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Archive for January, 2011

Daytona or Bust

Thursday, January 27th, 2011

CarbonHans is headed for the 24 hour race in Daytona.  The bus is loaded with gas, premium quality carbon fiber parts and good friends. Lets Roll!!!

deBotech’s New Member of the Team

Friday, January 14th, 2011

deBotech is pleased to announce that Brandon Nichols, an Aerospace Engineer, has joined our team.  Brandon will be working closely with Hans in the design support of several new projects that are currently under-way and also working closely with our customers to ensure that their composite products meet their requirements as well as the requirements of our QMS system and the AS9100 set of standards.  We are excited to have him on-board and welcome him to our family.  Find out more about Brandon below………………………..

Brandon Nichols – Bio

I was born in Greenville, North Carolina.  My father was a police officer and my mother was a school teacher.  In 2003 I began attending NC State University, majoring in aerospace engineering.  During my time at NC State I was involved in the design and construction of a rover which could be used to explore the surface of Mars and drill into the soil to look for signs of life.

After my undergraduate work was complete, I returned to NC State to continue my studies.  I worked as a student tutor during graduate school and also did copywriting work for the student radio station WKNC.  During graduate school I also worked on a second robotic spacecraft, this one designed for exploration of the Moon.  After completing my master’s degree in May of 2010, I worked as a freelance engineer and taught math classes at a local community college in Raleigh.

I enjoy movies, science fiction and historical novels and I am slowly learning how to cook.  I also am a fan of video games and baseball and I write in my spare time.

I have relocated to Mooresville and have found deBotech to be an exciting and engaging place to work.  I look forward to learning and growing as an engineer and becoming more skilled in a variety of areas.