jueves, 30 de julio de 2009
It's been an educational experience, where I discovered different solar energy systems that I can use without expending a lot, and also this type of energy is cheaper that normal electricity because you just need to invest on the installation of the system because later you don't have to pay a penny!
viernes, 3 de julio de 2009
Urb. Canta Claro.
To find a entry level job for an Bachelor of Industrial Engineering
University: 2006-to date. Dr. Rafael Belloso Chacín University.
To become: Bachelor in Industrial Engineering
School: 1999-2004. U.E Colegio Aleman de Maracaibo.
Degree: Bachelor of Science
-Very creative and proactive person.
-Sociable to others.
-Commitment to work and very responsible person.
-Find always solutions that really works.
-Specialist in the manufacturing area.
Marcos Diaz - Electronic Engineer.
Gilda Nuñez - Lawyer.
jueves, 2 de julio de 2009
Michelin North America, Inc.
Dear Michelin North America, Inc.:
I am writing to express my interest in the Industrial
Engineer position in Manufacturing/Operations area (Job
ID 715) that is advertised in www.hotjobs.yahoo.com.
I´m very interesting the job because I have researched
focally in the manufacturing area, I have done courses
and specializations in Manufacturing.
I´m especialized in improve productions line and
reduce cost with a important center : quality.
I would love work for your company because is a
well-known enterprise where quality and efficiency
are the main words; also it would be a pleasure
and a big source of knowlegde and experience work
If you have any questions or would like to schedule
an interview,I can be reached at (0058) 0414-56565658.
Thank you for your time.
lunes, 1 de junio de 2009
Since the world contamination gets bigger and worse, everyone is concerning about what to do to find solutions to the huge problem that is destroying the big place that we live in, called WORLD.
Some people think that just with separating paper, plastic and organic material from each other is recycling and doing that it’s going to clean up all the mess, which is not.
At this point of contamination, bigger and smarter ideas must be born; ideas that would solve this huge problem from the root and not from the deathly results that we are watching every day.
Thinking in that proactive way, may result in better ideas like improving the usage of raw material and energy in a "green" way, in order to reduce the pollution and to stop the unmeasured use of nature raw material.
Although this kind of improvement also help in financial saved for an industry. Searching materials and energy efficiency, it could reduce cost in production lines and helping with the fight against this global care problem which is massive pollution.
The interesting webcast of IBM of Going Green, really help me out to reach better ideas in order to reduce contamination. No just recycling, but thinking hard and finding ideas that can be a magnificent innovation in this field.
In conclusion, Industrial Engineer the application of these ideas can be a breakthrough in order to improve, reducing the time in production lines and even the usage of the raw material.
Image from: http://www.rubiconproject.com/blog/culture/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/go-green.jpg
Here are some Q&A to a electronic engineer student, that would open your mind to what is like to study engineering and what it take to be a engineer. His name is Marcos Díaz, and is studying at URBE Electronic engineer:
1.-Could you please define Engineering in your own words?
In my own personal way, Engineering is the way we analyze, evaluate and study all the events that are in our surroundings, no matter origin.
2.-What influenced you to pursue Electronics engineering, industrial engineering, computer science engineering or informatics engineering?
I was influenced by Robotics mainly, that's the main reason why I choose electronics engineering.
3.-Could you please describe the educational process required to become an Engineer?
Not easy, but need effort. Basically needs all the math, physics knowledge in a advance level in order to understand the main reason of "who things happend"
4.-What are the skills you need to be a good engineer?
Be constant, study hard, look forward, be self-learning and a lot of practice.
5.-What job considerations were you looking for after you completed your education?
Status, Good salary and challenging projects.
6.-What's something of your school life that you enjoy the most?
Actually, the time that you can spend doing whatever you want.
7.-From your perspective, what is the most difficult part of being an engineering student?
That you need to quit the party life.
8.-What are your plans for the future?
Be in a good company, have a good salary and challenging projects
9.-Point out your most personally gratifying moment in engineering school.
When I received the diploma.
10.-Why would you recommend Engineering as a career?
I would recommend it because its competitive, challenging and mind breaking