About the team

Eagle Works: Advanced Vehicle Lab is a non-profit organization located at the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) campus in Prescott, Arizona. Eagle Works' current goal is to design, construct and race an electric land speed vehicle at the Bonneville Salt Flats racing competition. The team’s goal is to break the E-2 land speed record of 213 mph, set back in 1997. The club is entirely student-run, consisting of 36 undergraduate student members from all degree majors and class years.


Leadership

President

Reece Ticotin

Mechanical Engineering - Energy

Class of 2019

 

Director of Fabrication

Christopher Raatz

Aerospace Engineering - Aeronautics

Class of 2019

 

Safety Supervisor

Philip elterman

Aerospace Engineering - Astronautics

Class of 2019

 

Director of Research & Development

sean Rager

Aerospace Engineering - Aeronautics

Class of 2019

 

Director of Systems

Nate DePutter

Aerospace Engineering - Astronautics

Class of 2019

Director of Business

Robbie Konieczny

Mechanical Engineering - Propulsion

Class of 2020

 

Secretary

Julia Mihaylov

Aerospace Engineering - Astronautics

Class of 2019

Eagle Works Leadership - Fall 2017. Photo courtesy of Sky Ahn.
Back row: Andreea Hauser, Robbie Konieczny, Christopher Raatz, Julia Milhaylov; Front row: Reece Ticotin, Sean Rager, Philip Elterman, and Nate DePutter.

Members

In addition to the leadership, Eagle Works consists of 29 other student members ranging from all majors at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

Evan Atlas

Alexander Benz

Monty Bruckman

Mitchell Caughron

Alexander Chambers

Alexander Crammond

Jonathan Crossley

MaeLee DeVries

Jacob Goswick

Daniel Green

Zachery Griswold

Adam Gross

Andreea Hauser

Emily Hay

Sebastian Hernandez

Micah Jones

Samantha Kiesz

Kyle Kincheloe

Michelle Luna

Kyle Magdaleno

Mason McKovich

Victoria Nelson

Matthew Norris

Kakeru Ogata

Victor Peinado

John Trujillo

Morgan Valiant

Thomas Winship

Belle Wong


Eagle Works Team - Fall 2017.
Photo courtesy of Sky Ahn.