Wednesday, February 16, 2022

February Newsletter, with Business of Motorsports tech meeting announcement

Hey friends,

The February newsletter is out, and it includes the announcement for the February 28 technical meeting, featuring Mr. Dean Case, and the Business of Motorsports:

This talk is tailored for students and young engineers, given Dean's extensive experience with the SAE Collegiate Design Series, but should be energetic and informative for all.  Please join us as we host this exciting speaker!

We look forward to your attendance!

Sunday, February 13, 2022

SAE SoCal: Motorsports History

Check out SAE SoCal technical event! "Motorsports History" on Feb 15 6PM PST!


They will host 3 speakers:
1. Sylvia Wilkinson (DIRT TRACKS TO GLORY: The Early Days of Stock Car Racing)
2. Neal Bascomb (FASTER: How A Jewish Driver, An American Heiress, and a Legendary Car Beat Hitler’s Best)
3. Randall Cannon (CAESARS PALACE GRAND PRIX: Las Vegas, Organized Crime, and the Pinnacle of Motorsport).

Monday, February 7, 2022

Hydrogen Fire Safety slides ready!

Peter B. Sunderland's slides from his previous talk last month are now available for download here:

Thank you Peter for the engaging talk and members for fostering a great discussion!


Saturday, February 5, 2022

SAE NW Technical event: Crowley Electric Autonomous Tug Boat "eWolf"

SAE NW Technical event: Feb 8th, 7 PM PST Crowley Electric Autonomous Tug Boat "eWolf" presented by Coulston Van Gundy. 

Add this meeting to your calendar (Cannot add from mobile devices): 

Coulston Van Gundy is vice president of construction and engineering and leads Crowley’s vessel design and engineering, construction management and project engineering teams. Most recently, Van Gundy was instrumental in the design of the all-electric tugboat platform to be used first in the U.S., the eWolf, Crowley’s zero-emission ship assist and escort tug currently under construction. Van Gundy holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering with a U.S. Coast Guard license from the California Maritime Academy, where he also later earned a master’s degree in transportation and engineering management in 2016.

Wednesday, February 2, 2022

Portable Electric Job Posting: Controls and Firmware Engineers


Job Posting: Portable Electric is hiring a Controls Engineer and Firmware Engineer to develop and support their line of portable power systems. They are a Vancouver-based cleantech equipment manufacturer, connecting teams to clean power all over the globe. PE designs, builds, rents and sells VOLTstack® Power Stations – industrial grade, robust, clean energy alternatives to traditional gas and diesel generators that provide instant power whenever and wherever it’s needed. PE is actively providing clean energy to the film, events, and construction industries and mobile EV chargers in Western Canada, while rapidly integrating into new markets throughout North America and around the world.