Friday, February 09, 2007

Young Pinoy helps design USA's Ballistic Missile Defense Radar System; named top 15 young engineers of 2007

Rating:5/5 11111 reports that 24 year old Filipino Earl Valencia is the youngest of the 15 men and women chosen by USA's National Engineers Week Foundation as one of the New Faces Of Engineering of 2007.

A Lasallian who graduated from De La Salle Zobel High School, he has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Boston University, an MEng in Systems Engineering from Cornell and is taking his PhD in Systems Engineering at the University of Southern California.

According to the foundation, he "has had a hand in some of the most critical defense projects sponsored by the U.S. military, including the design phase of the DDG 1000 Next Generation Naval Destroyer and the Ballistic Missile Defense Radar.
As a systems engineer, he has played an active role in developing proposals and has led a major process improvement initiative for a factory of airborne radar antennas. "

You don't have to be a rocket scientist to know na meron pa ding malulupit na mga Pinoy!

1 comment:

R.O.S.E. said...

grabe, ibang level talaga si earl!!! =) galeng, galeng!!!