Edward Bonnevie

B.E. in Mechanical Engineering
University of Delaware, 2011

M.S. in Mechanical Engineering
Cornell University


Connect on LinkedIn


Edward is studying the molecular and structural influences on the lubrication of native and engineered cartilaginous tissues. Focusing on boundary mode lubrication, he analyzes the efficacy of adsorbed lubricin on tissue surfaces and any influence that may have on the transition to mixed mode lubrication.



Honors and Awards

  • STLE Philadelphia Scholarship
  • NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
  • Honorable Mention: Sibley Prize for Excellence in Graduate Teaching Assistance
  • Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers Young Tribologist Award
  • NCAA DI Academic All-American (Track and Field, Cross Country)
  • Colonial Athletic Association Scholar Athlete of the Year: Track and Field 2011, Cross Country 2010

Eddie is from Philadelphia and went to the University of Delaware where he ran track and field and cross country for the Blue Hens. In his free time he enjoys running, swimming, playing water polo, snowboarding, and windsurfing on Cayuga Lake.