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Hi my name is Chris Combs, I'm currently the Dee Howard Assistant Professor in aerodynamics at UTSA in the department of Mechanical Engineering. I am leading a team of students running a hypersonic wind tunnel that we designed and constructed on campus. We are doing some pretty neat world-class research that is funded by a variety of DoD, NASA, and industry partners. Feel free to check out (and follow!) my Twitter page and our lab website for more info.
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