Engineering Systems Modeling with Excel / VBA (2 days)
$1590 per person
This two-day course is for engineers, scientists, and others interested in developing custom engineering system models. Principles and practices are established for creating integrated models using Excel and its built-in programming environment, Visual Basic for Applications (VBA). Real-world techniques and tips not found in any other course, book, or other resource are revealed. Step-by-step implementation, instructor-led interactive examples, and integrated participant exercises solidify the concepts introduced. Application examples are demonstrated from the instructor’s experience in unmanned underwater vehicles, LEO spacecraft, cryogenic propulsion systems, aerospace & military power systems, avionics thermal management, and other projects.
Matt Moran has been developing power, thermal, and fluid systems and technologies since 1982. For more than 30 years, he also worked at NASA as a Sector Manager and Senior Engineer where he led a portfolio of system technology development projects and teams. Earlier in his career, Matt developed systems that were flown on the space station, shuttle payloads, and other spacecraft. As a consultant, he also conducted R&D for the Office of Naval Research, DARPA, Air Force, Missile Defense Agency, and industrial customers. Matt is a licensed professional engineer with a Bachelor's degree and graduate studies in Engineering; and an MBA in Systems Management. He has 3 patents, and has published 44 technical papers and a book.
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