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Special Meeting Announcement:
ASME Oregon Section Presents:
"The Road to Perseverance: Mech. Design via Product Lifecycle Mgt. (PLM) and Architectural Reuse"
Wil Allen - Senior Engineer, NASA JPL
Tuesday, May 11, 2021
Mr. Allen holds a degree in Engineering Physics from Oregon State University. He is the Mechanical System Design Lead for Mars Missions and Systems Design lead for rovers Spirit, Opportunity, Curiosity and now Perseverance. He managed the development team for the 70m Deep Space Network antenna and mission support for Galileo and 10 years on the Cassini mission from design cycle start to finish. New projects include the Mars Sample Retrieval Lander. Application expert in PLM, project lifecycle management systems.
To learn more about Wil Allen and Mars Perseverance, visit:
The design and construction of Mars rovers at the Jet Propulsion Lab is an example of the constant cycle of mission description, test, build and documentation. Wil Allen has overseen 3 Mars missions and is the senior engineer at JPL mechanical engineering section. He will discuss the process of design, adaptation, as-built and part reuse through the Mars 2020 Perseverance mission.
Register to learn more about the Mars 2020 mission design process at JPL.
Additional information is also available through the Oregon Section ASME Website.
"Energy: the future of Supply"
David Ramsden-Wood - COO, One Energy Partners
Thursday, May 20, 2021
Prepare yourself to be entertained, informed, and perhaps even challenge your personal view of this new world where - up is down, bad is good, and BS can be served to us as Wisdom.
David Ramsden-Wood has a BS Engineering from the Univ. of Calgary, an MBA from Queens Univ., and an MBA from Cornell Univ. He started his career with Anadarko in Alberta, Canada as a Reservoir Engineer and later Enerplus in Denver, before Co-Founding One Energy Partners as the COO in Denver, CO. He has been featured on Bloomberg TV and CNBC Fast Money. Today, he is a business and leadership consultant with a lively website - https://hottakeoftheday.com/ - and a weekly #hottakeoftheday podcast audience (the #hottakenation) of oil and gas industry professionals, generating 1MM+ downloads/views.
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Meeting to start at 6:15 pm for virtual happy hour, and presentation to start at 7:15 pm.
ASME meetings are open to all. Membership is encouraged but not required to attend. Professional Development Hour (PDH) will be given for this event.
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