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Cesar Aguirre

1992, Bachelor in Science with mention in Mechanical Engineering, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru

2014, Associate Degree in Business Administration – Management, Tarrant County College

2015, Master in Engineering Civil Engineering – Structural, University of Texas at Arlington

Member of: ACI (American Concrete Institute), AISC (American Institute of Steel Construction), ASCE(American Society of Civil Engineers), PCI (Prestress Concrete Institute)

Have worked as Mechanical Engineer for different industry sectors for 10 years mainly managing production personnel, maintenance and design of machinery and improving process for manufacturing having as a main objective the improvement of production efficiency. In 2005 I had a big change in my career path when I moved into the Structural Engineering field, where after a few years I realized that I would like to learn more about this so I enrolled into the Master in Civil Engineering at The University of Texas at Arlington. Working as a Senior Project Designer in Tension Membrane Structures for 10 years combined with my studies, I started to develop an intense passion for Concrete and Steel structures. Currently I have a big challenge to complete a PhD in Civil Engineering having as main objective that my research topic serves as a guide for future generation. I bring many years of experience that I would like to share with other Engineers.

Very enthusiastic and passionate for design, enjoy every new project more when those are challenge. In my spare time I use to do outdoor activities such as running and riding my bike trying to enjoy every moment of my life.

Research Interest – I would like to work with FRP reinforcement analysis (open to ideas) or analysis, effects and recommendations to fix damages in buildings or bridges after a natural disaster occurred (such as tornados or hurricanes) (As we talked about the last big tornado in Garland)