My interests in the biomedical field really began with two graduate level courses, Orthopedic Biomechanics, and Additive Manufacturing, which really opened up my mind to the possibilities and advancements that the biomedical field has to offer. Prior internships allowed me the opportunity to explore additive manufacturing and these courses really are where my interests and studies converged. After graduation, I gained additional engineering experiences in automation control systems and in military defense at Siemens and Lockheed Martin, respectively. All of my positions have required Integrity, Innovation, and Industry Expertise which is our mission statement here at Empirical Technologies.
Education: Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO
What I love about my job field: What I love most about this field is it combines engineering theory, practice, and validation, all in an increasingly complex and rewarding industry.
What I enjoy most about my job at Empirical: I think what I enjoy most at Empirical is the continual progression of knowledge and hands on aspect.
What sets Empirical apart from our competitors: The culture at Empirical is what sets us apart from our competitors. Empirical is a team and our customers are no exception.
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