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Mark Summe

Mark Summe


B.S., Franciscan University Steubenville, 2013


Graduate Student, University of Notre Dame (Fall 2013-present)

Summary of Activities/Interests

Ph.D candidate

Ahdvisor: Dr. William Phillip


Engineering Takes Top Three Spots in 2018 Notre Dame Shaheen 3MT® Competition

April 26, 2018

Mark Summe, chemical and biomolecular engineering (CBE), bested the eight other finalists for a top prize of $2,000. A second place prize of $1,500 went to Diya Li (CBE) and $1,000 to the People’s Choice winner, Xunzhao Yin, computer science and engineering.

2018 Shaheen 3MT® Engineering Finalists Named

April 13, 2018

Three 3MT® finalists were named out of nine competitors on Wednesday night, April 11, in DeBartolo Hall during the College of Engineering qualifying round. They will represent engineering during the finals in Jordan Auditorium on April 23 at 5 p.m.

2017 Shaheen 3MT® Engineering Finalists Named

March 8, 2017

Three competitors were chosen after an energy filled qualifying round last Thursday to represent the College of Engineering at the Shaheen 3MT®finals. They are Mark Summe (chemical and biomolecular engineering), Maryam Moosaei (computer science and engineering), and Mingming Cai (electrical engineering), stood out against six other challengers. These students will go on to compete against finalists from the College of Science and the College of Arts and Letters at the March 27, Shaheen 3MT® Finals event in the Jordan Auditorium at Mendoza College of Business.

2nd annual CBE Graduate Research Symposium

September 13, 2016

Graduate students and postdoctoral researchers from 13 different research groups presented a total of 30 posters and gave 11 presentations highlighting their research during the day-long event.

Three Advance in Engineering 3MT Prelims

February 23, 2016

Three competitors from the College of Engineering, two from Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, are moving to the Three Minute Thesis Finals. At the Engineering Prelim last night, Mark Summe (Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering), Peter Deak (Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering), and Maria Gibbs (Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences), bested peers in a pool of 11 other challengers. They will go on to compete against finalists from the College of Science and the College of Arts and Letters at the March 16 3MT Finals event.