​​​​I’m Ashley.

I'm currently a fifth-year mechanical engineering student at University of Cincinnati. I’ve worked as an Engineering Co-op in medical device manufacturing as well at fan and ventilation manufacturing. I’m a total nerd; I love physics, calculations, coding, cars, airplanes, and hockey; in no particular order. And here’s a fun fact: I run at least one half-marathon per year.​


Want to know more about me?

Check out my About Me​ page!


Why did I make this website?

This is the era where it seems that the internet already contains information about anything you ​can imagine. But, have you ever googled something and just been completely disappointed with the results? I have. Why is this?  Surprise! Someone still had to come up with all that content; so there are still knowledge gaps that haven’t been filled, yet. This usually happens to me when I ask physics questions; I’m looking for in depth answers with some calculations behind them… and there’s not. So, if I want the answer, I have to calculate or test it myself. I want to share that so that if someone else googles the same question they won’t be disappointed.  


What is on this website?

Right now? Not much. There’s a little bit of the boring stuff: my resume, a kind of portfolio, my bio and contact information.

The future? I’m currently working on setting up my blog. I’ll mostly write about engineering things I find interesting, how things work, as well as new and innovative things I come across. I also plan on posting code snippets I write​; like VBA code to make things easier or CSS to make this webpage look cool. ​


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"The science of today is the technology of tomorrow." - Edward Teller


"Scientists discover the world that exists; engineers create the world that never was." -Theodore Von Kármán