Valentin Lopez named Professional of the Year in Technology

MESILLA PARK, NM — Valentin Lopez, Electronic and Electrical Systems Technician, has been named a Cambridge Who’s Who Professional of the Year in Technology. While inclusion in the Cambridge Who’s Who Registry is an honor, only a small selection of members in each discipline are chosen for this distinction. These special honorees are distinguished based on their professional accomplishments, academic achievements, leadership abilities, years of service, and the credentials they have provided in association with their Cambridge Who’s Who membership.

Mr. Lopez is a freelance electronic and electrical systems technician with three decades of professional experience and expertise in automated system controls. His work entails verifying proper operation of electronic components and sensors, solving component and sensor operation issues, calibrating senors and analyzing systems. He also develops custom builds and designs automated systems for a variety of companies. Mr. Lopez attributes his success in this role to his desire to help better the lives of others, as well as his ability to overcome challenges. To date, he considers the highlight of his career to be developing and installing automated unloading services to facilitate wood burning pellets for home and industrial use.

Mr. Lopez is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology, majoring in electronics and computer with a concentration in renewable energy technology, at New Mexico State University. He earned an Associate degree in electronic technology and received an Outstanding Student Award from the same institution in 2009. Mr. Lopez is a crimson scholar and a recipient of a meritorious graduate award. Looking toward the future, he plans to continue his education and work in the renewable energy field.

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