Followup: May Boeing Tour

The YP Boeing tour last week was excellent! We had 15 people register and all 15 attended. Thank you Eric Godo for hosting us!


Here is some feedback from attendees:

Brent Lamoreaux: “The technical in-depth tour of the Boeing plant, organized by the IEEE YP was incredible.  It was great to experience and view the inner workings and detailed systems, specifically the electric braking system and actuators of the new Dreamliner assembly, as explained by our gracious Boeing guide Erik Godo”

Brent is a Systems Engineer at Lamoreaux Associates.  He is currently part of the Systems CMC Team for Sound Transit, overseeing the installation and construction of their new light rail extension lines.  Brent studied both engineering and architecture at the University of Utah and currently resides in Seattle, Washington.



Kevin Le: “The Boeing tour led by Eric Godo and hosted by IEEE YP was an awesome experience. We had a particular opportunity to get close to the assembling airplanes and observed the contraption inside with good explanation from Eric.”

Kevin is a senior in Electrical Engineer at the University of Washington Bothell. His interest is in power generation, transmission, and energy conservation.



Abdur Rehman: “I think the IEEE Seattle YP organized Boeing tour was great! It was a private tour so we got to see the office space and factory. Our guide, Eric Godo, did a great job explaining how the landing gears worked on various Boeing passenger planes. The up-close-and-personal Boeing tour will be unforgettable”

Abdur is an Electrical Engineer at Puget Sound Energy. He is currently part of the Relay Engineering & Operations Team that ensures the PSE Electrical infrastructure delivers energy reliably and securely. Abdur graduated from WSU in 2013 with a degree in EE. He is currently pursuing his MSEE.


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