Scott Ouellette received his B.S. in Structural Engineering in 2009 and his M.S. degree in 2011 from UC San Diego, and is currently pursuing his Ph.D. In past summers, Scott has conducted research in energy harvesting at UC San Diego as a Calit2 Summer Undergraduate Research Scholar, and at the Los Alamos National Laboratory with the Engineering Institute. Scott's current research interests include: energy harvesting, low-power electronics, nonlinear vibrations & aeroelasticity, and sensor networks.
In 2010, Scott was awarded a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. Scott was recognized for his research efforts as an undergraduate when he was selected as a winner at the 2009 Jacobs School of Engineering (JSoE) EUReKA Undergraduate Research Expo - a joint collaboration between the UC San Diego Corporate Affiliates Program (CAP) and the JSoE. Scott received this award for his research entitled "Corrosion-Enabled Powering Approach for Structural Health Monitoring Sensor Networks".