Sunday, August 28, 2016

NASA Johnson Space Center Hosts Engineering Course

Matt Moran taught his popular course on Excel VBA for engineers at the NASA Johnson Space Center on August 8-10. The course provides in-depth details on principles, practices, and implementation of Excel and its integrated programing language – Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) – for analysis and engineering model creation.

Techniques and methods taught in the course allow the creation of custom engineering models for: analyzing conceptual designs, creating system trades, simulating operation, optimizing performance, and more. Matt has taught this course to hundreds of participants since 2007, and hundreds more have purchased his published course notes in paperback and Kindle versions.

Newly remodeled training building at NASA Johnson Space Center where course was held.

Matt Moran is the Managing Member at Moran Innovation, and previous Managing Partner at Isotherm Energy. He's been developing power and propulsion systems since 1982. Matt was also the Sector Manager for Energy & Materials in his last position at NASA where he worked for 31 years. He's been involved in seven technology based start-ups; and provided R&D and engineering support to many industrial, government and research organizations.  More about Matt here