Center for Advanced Computation and Telecommunications

Kimberly Tice

Undergraduate Student in Electrical Engineering

Francis College of Engineering

Immersive Scholar (2023)


Office: Falmouth 203


Other: LinkedIn


Linear and non-linear acoustics and its application to acoustofluidics. Microplastics research as a part of the RAMP program.


  • BS (expected 2026) Electrical Engineering, University of Massachusetts Lowell
  • High School Diploma (2022) Billerica Memorial High School


Kimberly Tice is a student who has always had a passion for music, having been in a few different music groups. She is excited to see how this can be brought into engineering through acoustics research.


  • Programming language: C
  • Musical Instruments: Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
  • Equipment manager for UML Basketball Pep Band


  • RAMP 2022 – Conducted environmental engineering research on microplastic pollution in the Merrimack River; worked with a team of peers and high school students, mentored by Professor Weile Yan; Learned professional skills with industry mentors from Abiomed.

Selected Publications

  • In Progress

Honors & Awards 

  • UML Immersive scholar
  • Selected to participate in RAMP in 2022
  • Dean’s List