ASME aims to feature our amazing members through weekly blog posts detailing internships, co-ops, and project updates. Our first member spotlight goes to Joshua David and Sajon Seaberg!
Joshua David is a current Sophomore in ME with a minor in Economics. This upcoming summer, he is performing research on signals processing with Professor Patricia Davies. He will be extracting wavelengths to determine sources of sound and using interferences to eliminate disruptive noise, focusing specifically on compressors, turbines, and other sound-producing machines.
"I am excited to learn more about research and the expectations and demands associated with it, and look forward into gaining greater insight into how professors set up experiments to test their hypotheses. I also am excited about the prospect of giving research presentations to companies we are working closely with and developing my presentation and vocational skills."
Nice work and best of luck, Joshua! https://www.linkedin.com/in/joshuadavid2001
Sajon Seaberg is currently a Freshman with the intention of entering the School of Mechanical Engineering next year with minors in Mathematics and Management. This summer, he will be interning with Kiewit Corporation in Lenexa, Kansas as a Mechanical Engineer. Some of his responsibilities include creating designs and calculations for power plant structures while learning the ins and outs of one of the largest construction/engineering companies in the US.
"I’m looking forward to the networking opportunities and the experience of working alongside passionate engineers on some pretty cool projects!"
Way to go Sajon! https://www.linkedin.com/in/sajonseaberg
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