ECE Night 2019
Some topics include:
- the vast range of possible ECE careers
- the importance of co-ops and internships
- the positive roles of electrical and computer engineers in the world
The evening is moderated by Professor Bradley Clymer.
Pizza and drinks will be available starting at 5:45 p.m.
ECE Night panel members include:
Travis Case (BS ECE '11) who spent the past eight years working at Abercrombie & Fitch in Ecommerce and Master Data Management. He recently pursued a new opportunity in consulting as an Enterprise Architect at Amplifi where he will help other companies implement Master Data Mangaement into their businesses.
Simon Curran (BS ECE '05), the CEO of Noxgear. He applied his studies of Humanoid Robotics at Moog, an Aerospace engineering firm. He led their R&D center and was the technical lead for the F-35 flight controls before co-founding Noxgear.
Peter Shisler (BS EE '95), who has worked in wireless telecommunications since graduation, starting with AT&T and currently Nokia Networks. He supports LTE (4G) deployments for North American wireless companies.
Sarah Switzer (BS ECE '06, MBA '10), a software engineer who worked for Northrop Grumman in Cincinnati for five years after graduation. She is now a Senior Consultant for SogetiUSA, responsible for the .NET website and SQL Server database at a local nonprofit here in Columbus.
Barry Whittington (BS ECE '11), a technical program manager at Riverside Research in Dayton. He manages engineering projects for the United States Air Force that focus on the modeling and simulation of weapons systems.