1. Wind Energy Engineer
Wind Energy Engineer
A wind energy engineer is someone who harnesses the power of wind to feed a power grid or other electrical power system by designing wind farms, or their components.
2. Civil Engineer
A civil engineer is an engineer who designs and oversees the construction of public works, such as roads, bridges, dams, tunnels, buildings, airports, water and sewage systems, and other large infrastructure projects.
3. Computer Hardware Engineer
4. Biomedical Engineer
5. Aerospace Engineer
An aerospace (or aeronautical) engineer, is someone who designs aircraft, spacecraft, satellites, missiles, and systems for national defense.
6. Petroleum Engineer
A petroleum engineer is someone who locates reservoirs of natural gas and crude oil beneath the earth's surface, and then determines if the effort of extracting the product will be worth the time and money for the company he/she works for.
7. Chemical Engineer
A chemical engineer is someone who influences various areas of technology by conceptualizing and designing processes for producing, transforming and transporting materials.
8. Industrial Engineer
Industrial engineers find ways to eliminate wastefulness in production processes.
9. Agricultural Engineer
Agricultural engineering combines the disciplines of mechanical, civil, electrical, and chemical engineering principles with a knowledge of agricultural principles.
An architect is someone who loves to design, and is specifically trained and licensed to work on the planning and design of buildings.
11. Power Engineer
A power engineer, also called a stationary engineer, is a technically skilled and certified professional who is responsible for the operation, maintenance, renovation, and repair of boiler systems and other mechanical systems in a facility.
12. Electrical Engineer
Electrical engineering dates back to the late 19th century, and is one of the newer branches of engineering.
14. Industrial Designer
An industrial designer develops the concepts for manufactured products, such as cars, home appliances, electronics, and toys.
15. Nanosystems Engineer
A nanosystems engineer is someone who works with material that is roughly 1/100,000 of the width of a single strand of human hair.