Problem Solver

Matt Van Wieringen

I am a highly motivated and capable individual competent to work in a variety of fields related to energy, automotive/mechanical engineering and nuclear technology. I am highly analytical and innovative. I am comfortable working in a team or individually and will strive to help you meet your goals on time.

Areas Matt Van Wieringen is Knowledgeable in:

Alternative fuel/hybrid vehicles, green energy systems, mechanical engineering, manufacturing engineering, nuclear systems.

Techniques Matt Van Wieringen Uses:

FMEA, Flowcharts, Cause and Effect diagrams, Decision Matrices, QFD/House of Quality, Reverse Engineering, Calculations, Computer Programming, Brainstorming, Divide and Conquer, Means-Ends Analysis, Root Cause Analysis, TRIZ.

Matt Van Wieringen's Problem Solving Skills:

  1. Project Management
  2. Quick Learner
  3. Public Speaking
  4. Innovative
  5. Detail Oriented
  6. Verbal/Written Communication
  7. Motivated
  8. Problem Solving
  9. Leadership
  10. Analytical
  11. Teamwork

Matt Van Wieringen's Problem Solving Experience:

  1. End of Line Testing System - Project management as the site engineering representative in the development and implementation of a multi-million dollar end of line testing system for a major Tier I automotive parts supplier. Involved in all aspects of project, from management, finance, procurement, design, implementation, testing and commissioning.
  2. Regenerative Door Opener - Engineering technical role as a member of a small engineering team tasked to design a "green" automatic door opener. Involved in various capacities with conceptual design, prototyping, testing and refinement. Project currently in early stages of commercialization.
  3. Dual-Fuel Hybrid Electric Vehicle - Engineering design lead for an innovative hybrid electric vehicle power train system including a dual fuel (Hydrogen/gasoline) Internal Combustion engine mated to an electric generator supplying power to a fully electric drive train. Lead a small team in all stages of project: literature review, concept development/selection, technical design, procurement, build and testing.