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Daniel E. Muntges has received the B.S. degree (summa cum laude) in Mechanical Engineering from Marquette University in May 2002, with an emphasis on energy systems. His undergraduate activities have included mathematical research with Dr. Joseph Majdalani that culminated in a paper publication in the field of laminar periodic flows; it also included NSF undergraduate research fellowships (SURF) at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, and at Georgia Institute of Technology with Dr. Daniel J. Inman and Dr. Christopher S. Lynch, respectively.  Work at Virginia Tech has yielded several papers concerning successful prototyping of self-healing bolted structures for implementation with structural damage assessment technologies. Further activities have included the design and prototyping of an instrumented walking cane and wireless data acquisition system for gait rehabilitation, to be used at the Orthopedic and Rehabilitation Engineering Center (OREC) under the direction of Dr. Gerald F. Harris. He completed his M.S. studies at Washington University at Saint Louis in December 2004 after serving as a research assistant in the area of solid mechanics and finite element modeling. He currently works for the Boeing Company as an Advanced Analysis Tools Engineer.