My name is Guillermo Gómez. I graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in May 2012 with a B.S in Mechanical Engineering and a Minor in Hispanic Studies and again in December 2012 with a Masters in Mechanical Engineering.
My interests include engineering design, working with 3D CAD/CAE software, and designing experiments to validate systems and components. I enjoy collaborating with interdisciplinary teams and learning things outside of the traditional mechanical engineering field to apply them to the design process. I have completed over two years of research for an aerospace startup, designed a mechanism for bars and pubs that utilizes the cooling power of liquid nitrogen, and assembled a lunar lander as part of a NASA data contract.
Since June 2013, I’ve been working at Hewlett Packard in Houston as a System Reliability Engineer. My work includes designing and conducting experiments to determine the reliability of various systems, working with designers to make a more robust product, and working with suppliers to create cost effective solutions for HP.
My hobbies include photography, meeting new people, fire breathing, and taking apart and re-assembling computers. Don’t be a stranger, shoot me an email.