Martin L Wissink

R&D Associate

Education:

Ph.D Mechanical Engineering, University of Wisconsin, Madison - 2015

M.S. Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Berkeley - 2010

B.S. Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Berkeley - 2009

Martin is an R&D Associate in the Fuels and Engines Research Group. His research areas include advanced compression ignition combustion modes, extending the limits of advanced spark-ignition engines, and developing capabilities for employing neutron diagnostics in engine research.

Martin is a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers and serves on the Engine Combustion Committee as a meeting co-organizer and technical session chair.

Awards

2015 SAE Myers Award for Outstanding Student Paper, “Direct Dual Fuel Stratification, a Path to Combine the Benefits of RCCI and PPC,” Lead author. Presented at 2016 SAE World Congress.
2014 SAE Myers Award for Outstanding Student Paper, “Improving the Understanding of Intake and Charge Effects for Increasing RCCI Engine Efficiency,” Co-author. Presented at 2015 SAE World Congress.