Officers

 

 

 

SDSU Student Officers Spring 2017

President – Shane Witsell
Shane is currently a third-year student working towards a B.S. in Electrical Engineering. Shane’s previously held officer positions include assistant project manager, vice chair of external affairs, and vice chair. Shane also spent the past year as a research assistant in the SDSU Micro Electro-Mechanical Engineering lab (MEMS) working on the Neuro-MEMS Team. Shane was also previously the grant Writer for the SDSU student chapter of Engineers Without Borders. Shane is from Kailua Hawaii, and in his free time studies power & energy engineering, listens to music, builds furniture out of pallets, and reads Wikipedia articles.
Email: ieeesdsupresident@gmail.com
Vice President External – Eric Johnson
Eric is a Technical Wizard. His background is in broadcast engineering and live production of sports and major events. He is an experienced photographer, videographer and editor. Currently attending San Diego State University pursuing his BS in Electrical Engineering and minoring in Television, Film, and Media, Eric has helped design the avionics control module as part of the Rocket Project and is the Vice President of IEEE.
Email: ieeesdsuvpe@gmail.com
Vice President Internal – Kevin Do
Kevin is studying Computer Engineering with a minor in Computer Science. He’s also affliated with APSA and newly founded Aztec Game Lab. He’s previously worked with companies like Ametek: Programmable Power and Obrary, a downtown startup. He enjoys working out, playing basketball and preparing coding exercises. Feel free to contact him at any time!
Email:  ieeesdsuvpe@gmail.com
Secretary – Kenny Huynh
My name is Kenny Huynh, I’m a sophomore majoring in Electrical Engineering. Im planning to go to graduate school after my undergrad, specializing in either telecommunications/communications or control systems. I like to play tennis, going to the gym and working out on my free time.
Email :ieeesdsusecretary@gmail.com
Treasurer – Kathie Tu Vu
Kathie is a second-year majoring in Business Administration Accounting. She is involved in Student Accounting Society and APSA. She currently hold a position as the Director of Communication in SAS. In her free time, she likes to cook, drink boba, and explore San Diego.
Email: ieeesdsutreasurer@gmail.com
Webmaster – Kevin Ly
Kevin is a senior at SDSU working to complete a degree in Computer Engineering.  He has been an active member of IEEE for 2 years. Along with IEEE he is also affiliated with other groups on campus such as APSA, PASE and is an active member of Aztec Air. On his free time he enjoys photography, games, and anime. He enjoys the occasional hiking and basketball.
Email: ieeesdsuwebmaster@gmail.com
Xuong (Xavier) Troung – Event Coordinator
Xavier is a CompE freshman at SDSU. He is a member of Micromouse and is affiliated with PASE and VSA. He loves learning languages and is fluent in Vietnamese and English. In his free time Xavier enjoys watching fictional, mythical movies and series and playing online games.
Email: ieeesdsuevents@gmail.com
Project Director – Danny Giap
Danny is a first-year Electrical Engineering major. He is interested in learning and motivated to become a competent engineer. Outside of school, he enjoys working out and watching TV shows. Danny is also affiliated with other student organizations such as APSA and VSA.
Email: ieeesdsuprojectmanager@gmail.com
Project Lead: Aztec Air – Alex Lewis
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Project Lead: Micromouse – Leon Tran
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Project Lead: Parking Structure Guidance – Kevin Do
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Project Lead: Solar Boat – Eric Johnson

SOLAR SPLASH is the World Championship of intercollegiate Solar/Electric boating. Its official name is “an international intercollegiate solar/electric boat regatta,” and it takes place over five days. Technical Inspections are done on the first day, and the remainder of the time is occupied by five on-the-water competitive events. Points are earned in 7 categories starting with Technical reports that are submitted before teams arrive at the competition. On-site competitions include Visual Displays and Workmanship. On-the-water events begin with a Sprint and a Maneuverability qualifier. This is followed by an event called the Solar Slalom, which is a combination of speed and maneuverability. The final days are spent in the Sprint and Endurance events.

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*If you are a current officer for this semester, please register/login HERE.