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You could be an Engineer Jim Haverkamp 10/10/09 Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp You could be an Engineer Jim Haverkamp 10/10/09 Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 1 [email protected] com t

Pop Quiz • Does your idea of good interpersonal communication mean getting the decimal Pop Quiz • Does your idea of good interpersonal communication mean getting the decimal point in the right place? Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 2 [email protected] com t

 • Did you use a CAD package to design your Pine Wood Derby • Did you use a CAD package to design your Pine Wood Derby car? Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 3 [email protected] com t

 • Do you window shop at Radio Shack? Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim • Do you window shop at Radio Shack? Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 4 [email protected] com t

Have you have ever taken the back off your TV just to see what's Have you have ever taken the back off your TV just to see what's inside? Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 5 [email protected] com t

 • Do you find that the salespeople at Best Buy or Fry’s cannot • Do you find that the salespeople at Best Buy or Fry’s cannot answer any of your questions? Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 6 [email protected] com t

 • Do you have a habit of destroying things in order to see • Do you have a habit of destroying things in order to see how they work? Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 7 [email protected] com t

 • Do you carry on a one-hour debate over the expected results of • Do you carry on a one-hour debate over the expected results of a test that actually takes five minutes to run? Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 8 [email protected] com t

 • Have you ever tried to repair a $5. 00 radio? Engineering-10: Intro • Have you ever tried to repair a $5. 00 radio? Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 9 [email protected] com t

 • If a three year old asks why the sky is blue, would • If a three year old asks why the sky is blue, would you try to explain atmospheric absorption theory? Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 10 [email protected] com t

 • Have you ever used coat hangers for something other than hanging cloths? • Have you ever used coat hangers for something other than hanging cloths? Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 11 [email protected] com t

Bonus Question • Can you can remember 7 computer passwords but forget your anniversary Bonus Question • Can you can remember 7 computer passwords but forget your anniversary • Especially your second anniversary? Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 12 [email protected] com t

Welcome • My name is Jim Haverkamp • I hold a BS in Mechanical Welcome • My name is Jim Haverkamp • I hold a BS in Mechanical Engineering from UC Berkeley • I am a Senior Mechanical Engineer at Lam Research Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 13 [email protected] com t

Why am I here? • Talk about what lead me to engineering • How Why am I here? • Talk about what lead me to engineering • How I got there • Tell you about some exciting moments I have experienced as an engineer • And some less then exciting • Mention a few obligations that all engineers have Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 14 [email protected] com t

This is YOUR time • I have come with simple prepared slides, but feel This is YOUR time • I have come with simple prepared slides, but feel no great need to go through them all. • I have come here to answer your questions as best as I can. • If there is some point that you want me you give more detail on, please ask. • As one of my professors was fond of saying, “The only stupid question if one left unasked”. Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 15 [email protected] com t

Disclaimer I am going to be talking about experiences that I believe have made Disclaimer I am going to be talking about experiences that I believe have made me a good engineer. I may even mention some traits that I believe make people good engineers. Please do not change your life's goals because your life does not parallel mine or you do not feel that you have the traits that I believe and engineer should have. That would be a travesty! Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 16 [email protected] com t

History Always curious as to how things worked I didn’t think twice toward taking History Always curious as to how things worked I didn’t think twice toward taking a toy apart Spend allowance on a thrift store clock Mother accused me of being the most destructive kid she ever knew • Many memorable moments, Radio, TV, Clocks, mechanisms, 12 V DC motor • I had great fun taking thing apart • • Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 17 [email protected] com t

Military • After a “less then stellar” run in high school I found myself Military • After a “less then stellar” run in high school I found myself in the US Navy. • After a few wrong turns I eventually found myself in a group called R division. The R was for repair. • When they told me that part of the job was to take things apart I was all smiles, • But then they dropped the other shoe and told me that I had to put things back together • Not only that, but the thing had to work when I got it together. Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 18 [email protected] com t

Military continued • I discovered that I have an aptitude for it. • Learned Military continued • I discovered that I have an aptitude for it. • Learned to weld, braze, sheet metal, plumbing, and firefighting. • Made specialty tools and jigs. • Became aware of design and layout. Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 19 [email protected] com t

Education • I spent three years at Chabot college and yes, in 1986 I Education • I spent three years at Chabot college and yes, in 1986 I was a student sitting where you are now. • Two years at UC Berkeley • Throughout that time I worked a graveyard shift. Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 20 [email protected] com t

First job • My first job is with Watkins Johnson as a field service First job • My first job is with Watkins Johnson as a field service engineer • The job involved installing and troubleshooting problems with the equipment. • The position was to get my foot in the door to the semiconductor industry • Involves lot and lots of travel • Field service is a position based on trust • High profile with the customer, low profile with the company. Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 21 [email protected] com t

First Job continued • My area of expertise was Asia (Taiwan, Korea, Singapore, and First Job continued • My area of expertise was Asia (Taiwan, Korea, Singapore, and Hong Kong) • I lived in Taiwan for a year and a half and actually had a Taiwanese equivalent to a green card. • One of the lessons learned was to not make anything look easy. • It is difficult to hold the company line when facing the customer every day. Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 22 [email protected] com t

Matheson Tri-Gas • I have a brief stint with Matheson Tri-Gas where my job Matheson Tri-Gas • I have a brief stint with Matheson Tri-Gas where my job was to design a test bench • This brought home the reason why engineers need to cross-train in other engineering disciplines. Much of my test bench duties required understanding electronics. • While working for Matheson I took the Pro-E classes at De Anza College Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 23 [email protected] com t

Mattson Technology • It is my belief that the deciding factor the my being Mattson Technology • It is my belief that the deciding factor the my being hired by Mattson is because I had some training with Pro E. • Initially worked on customer specials • With a small company you are required to wear many hats: designer, drafter, material specialist. • Need to use what already exists • Be careful as to what you say to whom • Document it or you will be going with it Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 24 [email protected] com t

Mattson Continued • Eventually I became part of the R&D group • Design for Mattson Continued • Eventually I became part of the R&D group • Design for manufacture • If you do it once, you have just become the expert. • Interact with more people, scientists and marketing. • Obligation to point out dangerous design • Learned about FEA • Re-examine design after design changes Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 25 [email protected] com t

Lam Research • At Lam my duties and similar to Mattson but much more Lam Research • At Lam my duties and similar to Mattson but much more significant. • More hands on • More operation Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 26 [email protected] com t

Questions • Jim Haverkamp • seadog 10110@yahoo. com Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp Questions • Jim Haverkamp • seadog [email protected] com Engineering-10: Intro to Engineering Jim Haverkamp 27 [email protected] com t