Engineer and two-time All-American to give lecture on biomechanical engineering

Dylann Ceriani, a principal product development engineer at Symbient, will deliver the college lecture on Thursday, Mar. 6 at 11 a.m. in 140 JSB.  

Symbient is a full service product development company focusing solely on high volume medical products.  Ceriani has extensive experience in medical device design and has been issued five patents in biomechanical engineering.  She graduated from BYU with a degree in electrical engineering and went on to receive a master of science in mechanical engineering from the University of California, Berkeley.  While at BYU, Ceriani was a two-time All-American volleyball player (1987, 1988) and remains the most decorated female athlete in BYU history.  She set an NCAA career record of 2,188 kills and still holds five career BYU marks.  In 2012, she was named a NCAA Silver Anniversary Award winner for her accomplishments both as a student athlete and for her career success since graduation.  

Ceriani and her husband Geoff are the parents of five children.  They reside in San Diego, California. 

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