Eastern Shore Community College

 

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Team TEC (The Electronics Club) from Eastern Shore Community College

 


Team Presentations and Final Report

Team Members

From left to right in the photo:

* Robert Williams is a sophomore electronics student and former Student Government representative at Eastern Shore Community College. Robert completed an internship at Wallops Flight Facility in the Antenna testing room in fall of 2011. Robert is a Lifeguard at the YMCA and his handling quality control.

* Andrew Carlton is currently a member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. Andrew has two years of experience with customer support for a hardware retailer and is responsible for the team’s payload fabrication. In his spare time, he enjoys coming up with DIY projects around his house and spending time with his children.

* John Floyd, Faculty adviser, has taught at Eastern Shore Community College for over 20 years. John is an amateur radio operator- license KN4GE. He was a participant in the 2011 RockOn! Workshop.

* Nygel Meece participated in the 2012 RockOn! workshop this past summer and is our fearless leader. Nygel is alumni and mentor to FIRST Robotics Team 1829 dealing with the electrical systems and wiring of the robot. Nygel is currently engaged in an internship with Wallops Flight Facility working alongside payload technicians.

* Chase Riley was a previous student at Old Dominion University and was pursuing his BS in Electrical Engineering Technology.  Chase is now taking a break from his BS degree to obtain an AAS in electronics at Eastern Shore Community College.  Chase is also, currently working as an intern at Wallops Flight Facility working alongside the Electrical Technicians as well as the Payload Technicians. Chase is developing software for the payload and organizing testing.

* Larry Brantley, retired from the US Navy after 26 years as a Chief Electrician’s Mate.  BSET USNY, 1987.  He worked as Electrical Planner/Estimator at Wallops for 2 ½ years.  Plant Engineer for a manufacturing plant for a year.  Larry will complete an AAS in Electronics Technology in the fall of 2012 from ESCC and pursuing a BS degree in Electrical Engineering Technology from Old Dominion University.  His interests include computers, photography, electronics, and electrical power systems.

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