aerospace engineer

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Noun1.aerospace engineer - an engineer of aircraft and space vehiclesaerospace engineer - an engineer of aircraft and space vehicles
applied scientist, engineer, technologist - a person who uses scientific knowledge to solve practical problems
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A teenager who arrived on the Isle of Bute as a Syrian refugee has told how he dreams of becoming an aerospace engineer.
Wendy Okolo, an aerospace engineer at NASA Ames Research Center, has been conferred with the '2019 Most Promising Engineer in Government Award' at the BEYA (Black Engineer of the Year Awards) STEM Conference in Washington D.
Louis, Missouri and from 1987 to 2010, he was an Aerospace Engineer at Fort Hood, Texas.
WASHINGTON (CyHAN)- Vikram Shyam is a research aerospace engineer at the NASA Glenn Research Center.
Alexander Lee Stuber (North Carolina State University), 25, a NASA aerospace engineer at its Aerostructures Branch at Dryden Flight Research Center on Edwards (Calif.) Air Force Base, died shortly after crashing his car on June 14, 2013.
Department of Labor (2012) reports the median annual salary of an aerospace engineer at $97,480 as of May 2010.
Part of the national Project Lead the Way pre-engineering curriculum, students are able to learn about the principles of aerospace engineering in high school, said teacher Scott Kahler, a former aerospace engineer at Rockwell Collins in Cedar Rapids.
The alumni are Doug Szopo, of Northville, Mich., a Ford Motor Company executive: Tobenette Holtz, of Huntington Beach, Calif., an aerospace engineer manager; Laxmi Narayan Bhuyan, of Riverside, Calif., a professor of computer science and engineering; and Paul Sgriccia, of Livonia, Mich., an engineering manager for an international engineering services firm.
Chai, himself an aerospace engineer, suggests that if engineers can incorporate tooth enamel's wavy hierarchy, micro-cracking mechanism, and capacity to heal, lighter and stronger aircraft and space vehicles can be developed.
IT'S onwards and upwards for aerospace engineer Hampson Industries following a 50 per cent rise in pretax profits.

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