Benjamin Hill-lam

JHU Whiting School of Engineering’s ERG

BENJAMIN HILL-LAM is an associate staff engineer involved in studying hydrocarbon fuels’ thermal stability performance at the JHU Whiting School of Engineering’s ERG. He currently works on research to develop a standardized thermal stability metric utilizing the Compact Rapid Assessment of Fuel Thermal Integrity rig in the Advanced Engine and Rocket Fuels lab. His other research areas include endothermic fuels research for hypersonic vehicles and green propellant materials compatibility. He serves as the Energetic Research Group’s technical representative for the JANNAF Liquid Propulsion and Combustion subcommittees. Mr. Hill-Lam holds a bachelor’s degree in physics from Bowdoin College and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in materials science and engineering at JHU.

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