Composites Research Network
Research Engineer, CRN
phone: 6048222763

In 2012, Casey Keulen graduated from the University of Victoria with a PhD in Mechanical Engineering with a focus on composite materials and smart structures. His research areas include work with embedded fiber optic composite structures for process (manufacturing) and fatigue monitoring as well as surface mounted piezoelectric transducers for Lamb wave based damage detection. His previous work history includes over two years with Profile Composites Inc. working on various projects in the wind energy, pressure vessel and marine fields along with two years with Lo-Rez Vibration Control Ltd. specializing in mounting and coupling large diesel engines in powertrains. As a personal project, Casey has developed an innovative snow ski design with a 3D curved base specific to off-piste powder skiing.

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