“Meet a NASA Engineer” — George Gorospe
The third of our opportunities for ANGLeS teams to Meet a NASA Engineer will take place on Thursday, May 16! We’re pleased to have George Gorospe, a NASA Research Engineer and the manager of the Diagnostics and Prognostics research group at NASA Ames Research Center. He received a BA in classical studies at Dartmouth College, and an MSc in Mechanical Engineering at the University of New Mexico. While at UNM he also work for Pueblo News. He started work at NASA through internships provided by the Tribal Colleges and Universities Program, the NASA Robotics Academy and NASA Academy for Space Exploration. He is now the manager of Intelligent Systems Division and the Systems Health, Analytics, Resilience, and Physics modeling (SHARP) laboratory. He will discuss his research efforts at the SHARP laboratory and steps that enable him to be successful in his career path. There will be a Q&A period after George’s presentation.
You can join us three ways:
1) The meeting will be an online live meeting using zoom. To access both audio and video, join the meeting using this link: https://washington.zoom.us/j/895064439 We recommend taking a few minutes prior to the meeting time to set up Zoom so that you don’t miss the first few minutes of the chat!
To listen to the audio only, use either of these access phone numbers:
+1-669-900-6833. Meeting ID: 895064439#; then press # again. (U.S.; San Jose.)
+1-646-876-9923. Meeting ID: 895064439#; then press # again. (U.S.; New York.)
2) If you can’t join the chat during the scheduled time, you can submit a question by leaving a comment below. We’ll try to get to as many questions as we can during the Q&A session.
3) View the recording on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/nwessp. It may take a day or two for us to process the video and upload it, but you can subscribe to our YouTube channel or follow our Facebook page to be alerted when the video goes online.