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Rob Peckham

TIE - Mass Strategy And Tools

General Motors

Rob is currently the Technical Integration Engineer (TIE) for Mass Strategy and Tool Development at General Motors.  This role is focused on defining mass strategy for future vehicles, and leading the development of mass efficiency and optimization tools. 

Rob's career has focused on vehicle integration with roles in Advanced Vehicle Development for Energy (Fuel Economy), Energy execution, Noise and Vibration, Mass Integration, and Design Release. 

Education:

Michigan State University, BS in Mechanical Engineering

Purdue University, MSE in Integrated Vehicle Systems Engineering

Rob Peckham

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