Practically any equipment we take for granted today involves engineering: from cell phone to aerospace shuttle, engineering undoubtedly has an effect on our everyday lives. Gradually over the last couple years, I have become drawn to the wide range of opportunities that studying engineering can offer. New technologies always intrigue me, and I find it captivating to see how they work and function, particularly with the complex physics behind them. I am more than sure that although it is important to define how things work, it is possibly more valuable to realize why they fail and use it in order to construct better solutions. I seek a possibility to become an engineer because I trust that I can make a significant difference to our lives, by creating solutions on the composite material design, which will be the next generation for the aircraft material.
In June 2012 I worked at Pratt and Whitney Company, where I discovered more about the nova material structure and design in general, and it has further fortified my belief that I want to be part of this range of expertise. I was totally focused on mechanical design and analysis of the turbine airfoils during my first role at Pratt and Whitney and on our accomplishment in reformatting a legacy turbine airfoil-cooling scheme. I strive to find solutions to overcome the temperature, high cyclic fatigue and environmental resistance issues for the airfoils prompt, which is the prior reason why I pursue further study on the composite material design, which will be the next generation for the aircraft material.
Working at Pratt and Whitney is constantly providing me with a wide-ranging opportunity to achieve a far-fetched insight into the mechanical design and nova material structure. Although it is sometimes hard work, I enjoy the challenges by solving them with mathematical and scientific ideas.
I suppose that I am the best candidate, as my thinking and subject reflect the nature of engineering. Studying Mechanical Engineering in Boston University has provided me with the underlying scientific knowledge needed. Furthermore, by studying Design and Technology and by participating in certain academic projects and publications in this field of study, I gained experiences with electronics, materials as well as coping with large amounts of coursework. While taking part in projects of engineering I performed computational analysis on novel horse leg-wear material to prohibit fetlock hyperextension, the other one gave me the possibility to survey local residents and investigate the feasibility for providing sustainable seafood menu in HK, once I conducted research on periosteal permeability on sheep models with designated apparatus. This is exceptional experience that proves my uniqueness and my thirst and dedication to the knowledge
Together with the main subjects, I am also published my work “Periosteum, bone's "smart" bounding membrane, exhibits direction-dependent permeability” in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research.
Out of academics I am a very friendly person as all my acquaintances say. I love going in for sports, I was taking part in coordinating with local high school students on event planning activities for cultural festivals. Being in teamwork as both a part and a leader has developed my teamwork proficiency.
Through my vast experiences, I am beginning to appreciate prosperity and future and that engineering has to offer. I hope that a Masters degree from your university will become a cornerstone for my successful career in engineering.