Achievement Unlocked: Brian Estep Appointed Vice Chair of ASME’s Thermal Committee
In the modern world, an Engineer must have clear focus, an ability to think critically under pressure, and a willingness to work long hours. When skills are developed over time and knowledge is refined, meaningful innovation can and does come to fruition.
However, what allows one to rise above the daily grind to make a positive impact on the Engineering community at large, and bring lasting benefit? We recently interviewed, Brian Estep, Head of Fluid Dynamics at Sierra Instruments to learn how it’s done.
The Organization Setting the Bar in Engineering
ASME, the American Society for Mechanical Engineers, has the goal of promoting the art, science, and practice of multidisciplinary engineering and allied sciences around the world. ASME sets the standards that engineers follow in order to promote innovation through collaboration, knowledge sharing, enrichment and investing in the development of others to create solutions to benefit lives.
Recently, members of the ASME Measurement of Fluid Flow in Closed Conduits (MFC) Committee elected a new Vice Chair to the Thermal Mass Flow sub-committee. One of Sierra’s own was unanimously selected for this role.
Congratulations Brian Estep, Head of Fluid Dynamics at Sierra Instruments, on being appointed as Vice Chair of ASME Committee on Thermal Mass Flow! Today, we go behind the scenes with Brian to learn more about his relentless drive for innovation, why this achievement matters to him and how he will impact ASME for the better.