Aircraft always fascinated me from an early age; I kept staring at the sky wondering what were these trails behind aircraft? A mixture of lack of understanding, curiosity and fascination landed me into studying Aerospace Engineering and devoting myself to such complex devices. That childish “why on earth can aircraft fly?” question still remains unanswered nonetheless!
Along my studies at the Polytechnical University of Madrid (UPM), the Polytechnical University of Valencia (UPV) and Cranfield University I had the opportunity to discover the discipline I loved the most, structural analysis – credit goes to Timoshenko and this book of him: Elasticity and Resistance of Materials. Nowadays I persue an ongoing career on structural design and simulation which drives me towards new challenges in the automotive and aerospace sectors.
Overall, I would define myself as a highly motivated and strongly driven individual which craves for solving new challenges about engineering and structural analysis.
That’s me, Marcos Acin.
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