Center for Advanced Computation and Telecommunications

Tieren A. Adams

Undergraduate Student in Civil Engineering

Francis College of Engineering

Tieren Aspell Adams


Water Contaminate Detection: Creating and modeling shell prototypes to hold water contamination testing devices (E-Tongue Device). 

Magnetic Gears: Introductory research into the applications of magnetic gears. 


  • 3D Printing, Autodesk Fusion 360, Solid Works, TinkerCAD
  • Familiar with: Python
  • Laboratory: Turbidity Testing, pH Testing, E-Tongue Testing (Machine Protoype), Voltammetry Graphing

Tieren A. Adams is an undergraduate student studying Civil Engineering in Massachusetts and is looking forward to perusing a master’s degree. They joined the lab through the connections made during their time in the Research Academics and Mentoring Program at UMass Lowell.  They are currently working as an Undergraduate Research Assistant in the Perry Civil lab.

Affiliated Groups

  • Concrete Canoe
  • Chi Epsilon


  • B.S. (’26) Civil Engineering, University of Massachusetts Lowell
  • Minor (’24) French, University of Massachusetts Lowell

Honors & Awards 

  • Honors student
  • Dean’s List Recognition ( ’22, ’23)
  • NASTT Conference Scholarship
  • RHED Global Engagement 

Work, Research, Academic Experience

  • Undergraduate Research Assistant (Spring 2023 – Current): Perry Civil Lab, University of Massachusetts Lowell  – advised by Prof. Kurup. They currently conduct research on 3D printing and shell prototyping, data collection for AI training and water contaminates (Lead and Copper) testing.
  • Research and Mentoring Academic Pathways (Summer 2022): Graduate of the RAMP program, which focuses on promoting the education of underrepresented students in the engineering field. They studied calculus, python, lab courses, and worked in a research team of six in analyzing magnetic gears and how they can be implemented in the engineering workforce.




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