We few should be John Galt and convince the rest to shrug.

–T. S. Elliott


Trevor Elliott received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 2005. He was the Engineering team lead for the UT Chattanooga’s DARPA Grand Challenge entry in 2005.  After a short break from school endeavors, he started his work toward a M.S. degree taking a cross discipline of courses including offerings from the National Center for Computational Engineering (SimCenter) at UT Chattanooga.  The beginning of his Ph.D. course work in Aerospace Engineering at the University of Tennessee Space Institute in 2008 preceded the completion of his M.S. in Mechanical Engineering which was completed in 2009.  While in pursuit of a Ph.D. Trevor works closely with Dr. Majdalani who serves as his Major Advisor.


Trevor is a member of Tau Beta Pi, ASME, SAE, and the Order of the Engineer.  Throughout his academic tenure at UT Chattanooga and the UT Space Institute Trevor has worked for the UT Chattanooga College of Engineering and Computer Science in various positions including Laboratory Support Engineer and IT Administrator II.  He has also served on the UTC Exempt Staff Console as the College of Engineering and Computer Science, SimCenter, and Academic and Research Computing Services representative.