Marino Nader is a lecturer in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at UCF and has been working on digitizing courses and exams, creating different course modalities. Nader obtained his bachelor's degree, his master's degree and his doctoral degree from McGill University.
His Ph.D. was done in conjunction with the Canadian Space Agency, where he spent two years doing research and experiments. Upon completion of his Ph.D., he began working in the aerospace industry where he spent over 10 years as a stress analyst/consultant. At present he enjoys working on distributed electric propulsion with his students, and designing, analyzing, constructing and flying unmanned aerial vehicles.
- Educational research
- Structural dynamics
- Plastic buckling
- Nader, M., DeMara, R. F., Tatulian, A., & Chen, B. (2019). Quantitative impact on learning achievement by engaging high integrity testing using lockdown assessment for online delivery. Proceedings of the ASEE Southeast Section Conference
- Analysis of Student Success and Retention in a Well Engaged Large Scale Flipped Engineering Classroom (submitted)
- Bushings Under Contact Stress Concentration in Aircraft wings (in progress)
- Stress Concentration in tubing in Aircraft Design (in progress)
- The Influence of Rotational Joint Damping on Structural Joints (submitted)
- Plastic Buckling of Sandwich Plates Under the Influence of Different Stresses (in progress)