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Survey of engineers(50 posts)

Survey of engineersPEDDLEFOOT
Oct 30, 2002 10:31 AM
I'm curious as to how many people who post here have engineering degrees.After reading alot of the posts it sounds as though there are alot of engineers out there.I'm a communications tech myself but I deal with alot of engineers.
I am....B.Eng and M.Eng in Civil Engineering (nm)SS_MB-7
Oct 30, 2002 10:33 AM
in about 2 years...up_hiller
Oct 30, 2002 10:38 AM
I will have a B.S. in Mechanical. Then Grad School specializing in Motorsports.
re: Survey of engineersSteve_0
Oct 30, 2002 10:45 AM
MS SE
BS in Mech. Eng. and MS in Biomedical Eng.mmquest
Oct 30, 2002 10:48 AM
PS - sorry to hear that you have to deal with a lot of engineers ;)
re: Survey of engineerstigermilk
Oct 30, 2002 10:51 AM
BSE Aero
MSE, PhD Mechanical

I'm consumed by numbers.
BS Mechanical. Although I've never had..........Dave Hickey
Oct 30, 2002 11:14 AM
an engineering position.
BS Aerospace - MS Mechanical (nm)joekm
Oct 30, 2002 11:17 AM
re: Survey of engineersKSC
Oct 30, 2002 11:22 AM
B.E., M.S. Electrical Eng.
re: Survey of engineersZonPlyr
Oct 30, 2002 11:24 AM
BS Aeronautical
BS, MS in Civ Eng (water resources) nmcurtybirdychopper
Oct 30, 2002 11:26 AM
BS MENessism
Oct 30, 2002 11:28 AM
Working in the automotive industry.

Ed
re: Survey of engineersMcAndrus
Oct 30, 2002 11:38 AM
BSEE and MBA. Worked for maybe six months as junior bench jockey (low guy on the totem pole) and decided I needed a job where I saw daylight occasionally. Switched to computer programming over 20 years ago and never looked back. Loved school but the real world wasn't nearly as interesting (no offense meant to those who chose to stay in the field.)
re: Survey of engineerspina
Oct 30, 2002 11:56 AM
bs mechanical, all work experience is aeroelasticity, flutter, and vibration issues.
You'd love it where I work ...Humma Hah
Oct 30, 2002 3:30 PM
... a month or so ago we impressed the socks off NASA when we balloon-dropped a glider from 100,000 ft and it flew like a bird (about 50 kts IAS and about mach .6 TAS).

The competition was leaving town as we arrived. Their effort never pulled out of the initial dive when dropped, probably aeroelasticity problems, and broke up. We're told they found one wing on the drive home.

The project simulates a martian atmosphere, where the finished project is supposed to fly.
You'd love it where I work ...tigermilk
Oct 30, 2002 6:42 PM
Were you out at Dryden for the test? I looked on their website but didn't see any info on what you're describing. Nothing like aeroelasticity. Was having to do that for the now canceled X-38.
You'd love it where I work ...pina
Oct 31, 2002 6:16 AM
Sounds like the competition fluttered during initial dive.
Engineers? iiiiiiieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!gregario
Oct 30, 2002 11:58 AM
My sympathies if you have to work with engineers. My wife recently left an engineering firm. She couldn't deal with them any more. She was Assistant to the owner/president and in charge of HR. When she was looking for a new secretary the person asked what type of firm it was. My wife said it was an engineering firm. The woman said "Sorry, I don't work for engineers."

They are a different breed.
"iiiiiiieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee"? I thought it was "I-triple-E"!Tig
Oct 30, 2002 12:28 PM
Engineers? :)lonefrontranger
Oct 30, 2002 12:49 PM
Worked with engineers of varying flavors for years as an admin. Have done 4 contract stints @ The Mothership itself (G.E.): Aircraft, Power Systems, 2x Access

They are a different breed indeed, but I must be compatible. Tho I've never been to college myself I'll admit to a strong bent of techweenieism that has merely been complicated by my stint as a shop rat in a pro level LBS. Too complicated and too expensive for me to bother with college when I can make enough as a typewriter pounder to afford all my toys, a place for them to sleep and transportation to take 'em all racing with.

Speaking of which, doing the secretarial thing also gives me plenty of spare time free for racing and training, since I get to leave at 4.30 most days, but my mgrs. often do not (that's worth an extra $20-30K in my book.

Currently working in IT... for a bunch of software engineers :)
BS/MS EE, but a software person now (nm)kenyee
Oct 30, 2002 11:59 AM
BS Chesam-g
Oct 30, 2002 12:11 PM
Graduated in '72 with BS in Chemical Engineering, picked up a MBA along the way, now own a bakery supply business which has nothing to do with chemical engineering. Engineering can provide a great background and the discipline to pursue other interests.

Sam G
re: Survey of engineersxxl
Oct 30, 2002 12:33 PM
My grandpa was a railroad man himself (nm)
Please rise for the engineers cheer........joekm
Oct 30, 2002 12:46 PM
e^x dydx

e^x dx

cos sec tan sin

3.14159!
or....-JC-
Oct 30, 2002 1:24 PM
[(hip)^2 Horrayy]^3

JC

BSEE '96
Working on B.S. mechanicaltmotz
Oct 30, 2002 1:01 PM
Going to try AERO industry after getting degree.Owning a LBS sounds real good at times,too.
M.E., member ASME here (nm)Alexx
Oct 30, 2002 1:28 PM
BS / MS Mechanical Engineering (nm)desert-rider
Oct 30, 2002 1:33 PM
BSME, calss of '88brider
Oct 30, 2002 1:37 PM
Mechanical Engineering. University of Washington.
how an engineer...merckx56
Oct 30, 2002 1:44 PM
looks at boobs!
Mechanical Engineer (nm)C-40
Oct 30, 2002 2:14 PM
Computer Systems EngineeringViperRulz
Oct 30, 2002 2:17 PM
BS in computer systems engineering from U of Arkansas. Worked 2 years before going to med school. Finishing up my last year there.
Engineering Technologist ....Humma Hah
Oct 30, 2002 2:33 PM
BS Electrical Engineering Technology, Va Tech, '78.

ET is a little lighter in math than modern engineering curricula, heavier in lab work, more interdiciplinary, and we rarely get advanced degrees. We're each worth TWO engineers,
Engineering Technologist ....53T
Oct 31, 2002 6:55 AM
What? Nobody gave you any flack for that one? Maybe it's true. Now, don't you have some work to do? Is you time sheet done?

BE (EE) Signum Fidei
MS (EE) Pax et Lux
MA (Government) Veritas
EE, did 4 years of design. Now I sell sensors to Engineers.Matt Britter
Oct 30, 2002 3:18 PM
I would now never leave sales to go back to a desk.
-mb
I am a Mechanical Engineer Who Needs a New Job Soon...jromack
Oct 30, 2002 3:26 PM
Hopefully Litespeed, Trek or Cannondale will hire me.
BSME (nm)irregardless
Oct 30, 2002 3:33 PM
B.S.M.E/ M.B.A, bad mix, tech. dork & a marketing shister (nm)slow-ron
Oct 30, 2002 3:58 PM
re: Survey of engineersupandcomer
Oct 30, 2002 4:35 PM
Finishing a BSc in Materials Engineering in April
re: Survey of engineersMethyl
Oct 30, 2002 4:51 PM
B.S.ChemE, M.S. Chem & I still can't balance my goddamn checkbook!
BSME/MBAgrzy
Oct 30, 2002 5:34 PM
BS ChemE (nm)TFerguson
Oct 30, 2002 6:12 PM
BSEE- make software to desgin hardwaregranda
Oct 30, 2002 6:32 PM
re: Survey of engineersLAT
Oct 30, 2002 7:44 PM
BS Materials CAL'94
re: Survey of engineersTPC
Oct 30, 2002 9:34 PM
BS and MS electrical engineering, both from CAL. GO BEARS!
BSEE - hw design, mobile phones (nm)ZvierBoy
Oct 31, 2002 2:54 AM
re: Survey of engineersBarton
Oct 31, 2002 5:32 AM
B.S.E.E from Polytechnic University in NYC
mechanical (which seems to be heavily favored on the board) nmmaximum15
Oct 31, 2002 9:25 AM
re: Survey of engineersthe other Tim
Oct 31, 2002 4:54 PM
BS EE, MS Physics, PhD Materials Science; have always done mechanical engineering; home machine shop
BSME, robotics, industrial automation (nm)speed-chump
Oct 31, 2002 6:44 PM