As I look back on my time at Sunstang, I can’t help but smile as I recall all the amazing memories and friends I have met over the past four years. Going into my fifth and final year of university and Sunstang, I am honored to lead the team to a successful year once again. As Project Manager, I aim to develop every member into becoming the best version of themselves. My main goal for my last year as Project Manager is to establish a solid foundation that will bring further success in the future. I am looking forward to leading this team to its former glory!
I am a fourth year Electrical Engineering student coming out of an internship at an Aerospace & Defense company. I joined Sunstang due to my interest in the transit industry and hope to bring the professional experience I gained to the team. As the Operations Manager, I will be leading my team to plan the logistics and operations of Sunstang to ensure our common goal is met - to build and race our car! When I am not leading my team, I enjoy fitness, investing in stocks, and drinking iced coffee!
I am a third year Mechanical Engineering student. Having joined Sunstang during my first year I have had the privilege to watch the team grow beyond the imaginable and am excited to contribute my knowledge of mechanical engineering and marketing to the team this year! Aside from school and team responsibilities I enjoy reading, participating in any physical activity, and learning new useful skills.
I am an ambitious individual in my second year pursuing a dual degree in Civil & Environmental Engineering and HBA from the Ivey School of Business. This is my second year with the team, who I praise for their teamwork, commitment, and innovation among the solar car community. I am responsible for external outreach, sponsor relations, and raising funds for the team. This year I have been working on diversifying Sunstang's revenue streams and building a strong sponsorship plan.
I am a fifth year, dual degree Mechanical Engineering and business student. I became involved with Sunstang in my second year due to my interest in renewable energy and the automotive industry. I was heavily involved in the structures team last year and now have the privilege of leading the structures team this year. I am excited to be entering my final year at Western and taking on the challenge of designing the aero-body and chassis for the Sunstang 2022 vehicle!
Being part of the Sunstang team is the cherry on top of my experience at UWO. Before coming to Western, I worked as a Software Developer where I designed and built automation systems, business intelligence software, and mobile applications. I joined Sunstang in my first week at Western and quickly became very involved. My experience and passion towards the project advanced me to take the role of the Software Lead. Through my involvement in the team I learned to adore the automotive industry, and I wish to pursue a career in this field in the future.
I am in my third year of University and pursuing a dual degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. I joined Sunstang back in my first year because of my interest in the use of renewable energy in automation. Shortly after I was drawn to the control systems of the car which lead me to become the Low Power lead for the upcoming school year. I am very excited to reconnect with everyone and see what our team can accomplish!
I am in my third year of University as an Electrical Engineering student. I joined Sunstang in my second year due to my interest in renewable energy usage and storage, partially in electric vehicles. I was heavily involved in the energy storage system team due to my previous knowledge of building battery pack for my own DIY projects. I am excited to enter next year with an amazing leadership team to accomplish our goals and achieve new heights.
I am a third year Electrical Engineering and Honours in Business Administration (HBA) dual degree student. I joined Sunstang because of my interest in the automotive industry. I became involved in the dynamics team in my first year, in my second year I found a deeper passion for the operations side of the team. Due to that passion I am now the Internal Affairs Lead. I have completed two engineering internships at Ford Motor Company of Canada, and hope to further my knowledge in the Automotive Industry or in the Power Generation Industry.
I am a third year Mechanical Engineering student. I became involved with Sunstang in my second year because of my interest in the automotive industry and in renewable energy. Being the Dynamics Lead for this coming school year has given me an opportunity to explore what I love about cars and further my knowledge. I'm very excited to incorporate innovation and creativity into the design of suspension, steering and brakes. Looking forward to see what this year brings!