Julie Harvie

Julie Harvie is working to make electric aircraft a reality in her current role at Lilium in Germany. At Lilium, Julie’s role as a Noise, Vibration, and Harshness (NVH) engineer involves combining test and analysis data to provide design recommendations that optimize the vibratory and acoustic characteristics of the aircraft. Prior to this chapter, she spent three years at VIBES.technology in the Netherlands as a project engineer and manager, using dynamic substructuring to help automotive customers solve noise and vibration problems. She also worked at Sandia National Laboratories for five years as an environments engineer, developing shock and vibration qualification tests for aerospace systems and constructing the BARC challenge problem that is highly popular at IMAC. She earned B.S. (2012) and M.S. (2013) degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts - Lowell, where she worked as a research assistant to Dr. Peter Avitabile in the Structural Dynamics and Acoustics Laboratory.


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Last Updated: 01/02/2024