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People: Jeremy Greer

Jeremy is a native of Utah. As a senior at the University of Utah, his design project was to develop a mountain tricycle for paraplegics. He completed the BS/MS degree in Mechanical Engineering. For his thesis research, he developed fabrication methods for microwire electrical discharge machining (EDM) of permanent magnets, applied to the fabrication of permanent-magnet screws for medical applications. He enjoys constructing most anything and outdoor activities.

Jeremy's primary advisor was Dr. Eberhard Bamberg, and he was co-advised by Dr. Abbott.

After graduating, Jeremy joined a Salt Lake City area biomedical company.


J. Greer, 2011, "Wire Electrical Discharge Machining of Helical Devices from Permanent Magnets," Master's Thesis, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah.

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