Adjunct Professor Dan Goebel is the 2016 winner of UCLA Engineering’s Professional Achievement Award. He will be honored at the UCLA Engineering Awards Dinner on February 5, 2016. A senior research scientist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Goebel is internationally recognized for his expertise in electric propulsion, microwave sources, advanced plasma sources and high voltage engineering. His work has led to the development of propulsion technologies used in the NASA Dawn mission to Mars and Jupiter, space stations and satellites. Goebel holds 43 patents, is the author of nearly 300 technical and conference papers, and his many honors include membership in the National Academy of Engineering.
Dr. Goebel was recently interviewed by Bill Kisliuk, Director, Media Relations and Marketing, UCLA HSSEAS.
Click the link for their Q&A.