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“I really enjoy the technical aspect of my work, and I love using math and science to calculate an outcome and then test those predictions in the real world. My mechanical engineering education and noise and vibration experience in the aerospace industry prepared me well for joining Acentech.”
Drawing from his background in vibration data acquisition and analysis, Ethan Brush brings a wide range of experience in structural dynamics. His expertise includes technical projects with dynamic testing and analysis for aerospace and defense applications, as well as studies at university research laboratories. At Acentech, Ethan focuses on analysis and design of vibration mitigation systems for sensitive building spaces, as well as real-time remote monitoring for construction-related noise and vibrations. He also applies his sound and vibration testing skills to product noise studies.
Greg LeMond once said that “bicycling doesn’t get easier the more you work at it; you just get faster.” This is true with so many things in life. There are many people I admire, including Acentech colleagues who are able to find elegant solutions to difficult problems and people in my life who are able to maintain a good mind/body balance. To find my work-life balance, I am an avid bicyclist, basketball player, and skier, and I play the saxophone.
- Master of Science, Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University
- Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering/Mathematics, University of Maine