Ryan Neice

Ryan Neice
Graduate Research Assistant, Masters Student
rjn7df@virginia.edu | 434.297.8053

Ryan is a Mechanical Engineering Master’s student at the University of Virginia. He is a graduate researcher at the Center for Applied Biomechanics (CAB), where his current research project is focused on the simulation of loading conditions in the lower leg similar to that of an under body blast (UBB) experience of a mounted warfighter. Ryan is working on the validation and advancement of the CAVEMAN (Computational Anthropomorphic Virtual Experiment Man) finite element human body model developed by Corvid Technologies using experimentally obtained data at UVA.

 
 
 
 
 
 

Education

  • B.E. in Mechanical Engineering – Youngstown State University, ‘17
  • Associate in Science – Community College of Beaver County, ‘14

 

Research Interests

  • Experimental and Computational Mechanics
  • Military Underbody Blast Biomechanics
  • Injury Prediction
  • Human Body Modeling

Affiliations & Awards

  • Graduate Engineering Student Council (GESC)
  • Tau Beta Pi (Engineering Honor Society)

 

Other Interests

  • Exercise, Travel, Current events, Movies, Sports

 

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