The ASPE 2012-13 Executive Board
|About me||I’m a PhD student at Center for Precision Metrology. I’ve been involved with UNCC ASPE Student Chapter for about one year on the position of chapter’s secretary. My research project is the dimensional metrology of plasmonic nano lithography machine. I like the science and art of precision engineering which I take as my long term career. I’ve learned a lot of from being a secretary of ASPE student chapter the only one across the US. I want to become the next president ASPE student chapter for further contribution and service to this dynamic community and big family.|
|Qualifications||Similar to any other leadership rule, the president of ASPE student Chapter is of great responsibility to promote the credo of the art and science of precision engineering and build our student community a dynamic, diverse and influential one not only on UNCC campus but in the field of precision engineering as well. I’ve been serving as Grad Life Fellow for one year at the Graduate School of UNCC. It enabled me a comprehensive experience of events organization, effective communication and responsibility at the graduate level. Plus, currently as the secretary of ASPE student chapter, I’m been involved in nearly all the industrial tour events, academic seminars, sports hosted by ASPE. So I believe I’m well qualified for this position in future.|
2- Vice President:
|About me||Currently I am a PhD student majoring in mechanical engineering and a research assistant in the Center for Precision Metrology. I have been a member of ASPE-UNCC since I came to UNCC, and I have great interest in serving for this academic organization.|
|Qualifications||I have worked as VP of ASPE-UNCC for the year 2011-2012 and cooperated with other officers to organize various academic, social and professional activities. For example, I have led the weekly seminar when the president was absent, attended Finance Committee Meeting with GPSG to obtain fund for some interesting meetings, contacted industrial location to arrange visit, prepared food and other facilities for outdoor activities, and etc. Based on my experience and sense of responsibility, I believe I will do well in this position.|
|Current Study||Master - Research Assistant at UNCC CPM|
|About me||Current status:
Researcher in the Center for Precision Metrology (CMP) at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Currently exploring new machinery and instrumentation technologies for advanced micro-manufacturing, metrology, and micro-assembly. To date this research has brought many technical presentations, publications, and proposed patents.Immediate future goals:
Hone necessary technical skills to succeed as an engineering consultant, while developing the soft business skills necessary for growth and sustainability.Professional memberships:*CPM Industry Affiliates, a consortium of industry affiliates sharing challenges and project ideas in a university setting.
*University level chapter president of Tau Beta Pi, Engineering honor society.
*University level event coordinator for the American Society for Precision Engineering (ASPE).
|Qualifications||F 2009 – Transferred to UNCC as undergraduate student
F 2010 – Served one year as Vice President of Tau Beta Pi, Engineering Honor Society
Su 2010 – Hired as one of few Undergraduate Researchers
F 2011 – Served one year as President of Tau Beta Pi, Engineering Honor Society
Sp 2011 – Accepted into early entry Graduate program and Hired as Graduate Research Assistant
F 2012 - Will serve three years as Tau Beta Pi AdviserAs Officer of Tau Beta Pi, I have built an autonomous organization that will effectively run, even in the presence of poor leadership. This was accomplished by putting candidates with long term commitment in advisory positions, securing five more of the best active members to serve on the board (half in continuum and half as relief), and have put the organization in the financial position for indefinite basic funding.
Under my leadership the UNCC chapter of Tau beta Pi has double the active members, has a system in place to induct graduate students, and most importantly has an invested panel of long term authority figures.