A Day in the Life

ASME Webinar Series

ASME Webinar Series

ASME is bringing you a new Webinar Series called “A Day in the Life”.  Ever wondered what a day in the life of a mechanical engineer working at companies like Boeing, Aerojet Rocketdyne or Tesla would be like?  Now you have the chance to find out through this interactive webinar series.

This is the first of three webinars delivered to you live from October to December 2019.  All webinars will be recorded and will be available online.
 
Webinar #1:  A Day in the Life of an ME working at Boeing
Date:   Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019
Time:   1:00 PM EST

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Ever wondered what it’s like to work as a mechanical engineer for the world’s top Aerospace and Defense Company?  Come join us for this exclusive webinar with Bryan Murphy, a Senior Mechanical Engineer at Boeing.

Bryan will share his experience and insights being a Mechanical Engineer in the Aerospace industry.

Bryan is a Senior Mechanical Engineer for Boeing, supporting NASA spacecraft.  His primary field is analytical modeling of mechanism dynamics coupled with control systems – a variant of robotics.  His 15-year career includes work on the Space Shuttle, CST-100 Starliner, Space Launch System rocket, Lunar Gateway, and particularly the International Space Station.  He holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University.

Outside of work, Bryan volunteers as VP for a local non-profit makerspace with an emphasis on hands-on experience in the joys of STEAM to people of all ages.  

You will have the unique opportunity to ask Bryan questions about his role as a mechanical engineer, the company he works for and learn tips and get advice how to be successful in a mechanical engineering role at Boeing.

Please register today and prepare your questions to learn what a Day in the Life of a Mechanical Engineer working at Boeing is really like!
 

Webinar #2:  A Day in the Life of an ME working at Aerojet Rocketdyne
Date:   Tuesday, November 5th, 2019
Time:   1:00 PM EST


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Ever wondered what it’s like to work as a mechanical engineer for America’s top rocket and missile propulsion manufacturer? Come join us for this exclusive webinar with Jess Grant, a Project Engineer - In-space Chemical Thrusters, at Aerojet Rocketdyne.
 
Jess is a Project Engineer at Aerojet Rocketdyne. He recently graduated with a degree in Aeronautics & Astronautics engineering from the University of Washington. Jess’s technical interests include both rocket & air-breathing propulsion, test engineering, additive manufacturing, and project engineering.
 
For the last few years, his focus was primarily on his team, the Society for Advanced Rocket Propulsion (SARP). In June, his team achieved their goal of building the best rocket yet and winning the overall competition at the 2019 Spaceport America Cup. Jess also enjoy helping others by volunteering with organizations that support causes including STEM education/mentoring, search and rescue, and poverty alleviation.
 
You will have the unique opportunity to ask Jesse questions about his role as a project engineer, the company he works for and learn tips and get advice how to be successful in a mechanical engineering role at Aerojet Rocketdyne.
 
Please register today and prepare your questions to learn what a Day in the Life of a Mechanical Engineer working at Aerojet Rocketdyne is really like!

 
Webinar #3:  A Day in the Life of an ME working at Tesla
Date:   Wednesday, December 4th, 2019
Time:   1:00 PM EST

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Ever wondered what it’s like working as a mechanical engineer for the most renowned EV (Electric Vehicle) manufacturing company in the world?  Come join us for this exclusive webinar with Mitchell Heinzmann, a Senior Mechanical Engineer at Tesla Motors.
Mitchell will share his experience and insights being a Mechanical Engineer in the EV manufacturing industry.
 
Mitchell is a Senior Mechanical Engineer for Tesla, leading the design and development of Body Structures for Model S and Model X.  In addition, he owns the structural front and rear bumper systems on Model 3.  Mitchell also mentors interns within the Body in White Design Team at Tesla and has been involved in the interviewing process for interns as well as full-time candidates.  Mitchell’s previous experience includes Finite Element Analysis at Caterpillar and Engine and Drivetrain Analysis at BMW.

Outside of his day-to-day work, Mitchell has patented a quick disconnecting Joystick and attended Singularity University’s Digital Executive Program.  Mitchell holds a B.S. and M.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from North Carolina State University.
 
You will have the unique opportunity to ask Mitchell questions about his role as a mechanical engineer, the company he works for and learn tips and get advice how to be successful in a mechanical engineering role at Tesla.
 
Please register today and prepare your questions to learn what a Day in the Life of a Mechanical Engineer working at Tesla is really like!

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