Robert Fuge | Load Cells, Strain Gauges, & Learning Strategies

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Robert Fuge

Robert Fuge grew up thinking he wasn’t any good at math. He would do anything to avoid further exposure to mathematics curriculum from grade school all the way through high school. Then one professor drew a picture, paired it with y=x^2, and changed everything for Robert. In the course of a few weeks he began truly understanding math for the first time, and decided he could, in fact, become an engineer (which, aside from the math, had been the obvious career choice for him ever since he was young). These days, not only is Robert an engineer, but runs his own business (Epsilon Laboratory) helping engineering teams solve measurement problems as relates to load cells and strain gauges. And doing some math here and there.

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