Cesar Huerta

Ph.D. Candidate, Cota Robles Fellow


ceshuer [at] ucla.edu
Cesar Huerta is a 6th year graduate student at UCLA majoring in Aerospace Engineering. He received his M.S. in 2015 and his B.S. in 2012 from UCLA and was awarded the Eugene V. Cota Robles Fellowship in 2012. His current research effort is focused on computationally modeling plasma-mediated material interactions through sputtering, deposition, and erosion. Outside of research, Cesar likes to be involved in the community, to motivate and teach young students, and enjoys his job as a Teaching Assistant.