Teaching Assistant Professor - Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
After receiving dual Bachelor degrees in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from WVU, he entered WVU's direct track PhD program in Aerospace Engineering. As a graduate student, he was a member of ASEL where he researched computer vision topics including object detection and description in 3D point clouds. During his undergraduate and graduate studies at WVU, Dr. Rhodes was a member of the Steel Drum Ensemble for 18 semesters and the WVU Marching Band for 3 years. He competed in the WV Collegiate Business Plan Competition and won top prize and received grant money to start his business Neighborhood Kombuchery.
Ph.D. Aerospace Engineering, WVU
B.S. Aerospace Engineering, WVU
B.S. Mechanical Engineering, WVU