Drinks & Drones at Pendleton UAS - July

Clement Chung

Test Engineer

Starting my career as a Test Engineer, I spent four years immersed in the world of testing, debugging, and troubleshooting-fine-tuning my knack for spotting and solving problems with precision. This role honed my detail-oriented approach and commitment to quality, ensuring every project I touched met the highest standards.

Now, as an Integration Engineer, I thrive on the complexity of bringing different system parts together to work as a whole. It's all about making distinct elements communicate and cooperate smoothly, enhancing the system's overall performance. My focus? Creating seamless, efficient systems that just work.

Outside of work, you'll find me deeply immersed in the world of electronics and technology-a true computer enthusiast at heart. My passion for tech not only defines my career but also shapes my leisure, constantly fueling my curiosity and creativity.
Clement Chung   Test Engineer

Questions & Answers

How do you make people laugh?

I make people laugh by staying relaxed and sharing what genuinely amuses me. Finding humor in everyday moments and keeping things light allows me to connect and bring a bit of joy effortlessly. It's all about that natural, easy vibe!

If you were a tool or piece of equipment, what would you be and why?

If I were to liken myself to a tool or piece of equipment, I'd be a resin 3D printer. Why? Because much like this innovative machine, I excel in adapting to various situations, quickly crafting solutions and bringing ideas to life with agility and precision. While my methods may occasionally seem unorthodox, akin to the printer's intricate process, the end results are polished, refined, and often exceed expectations. My approach ensures that even if the journey is a bit messy, the outcome is always noteworthy for its quality and detail. This reflects my professional ethos: fast to adapt, eager to solve, and always focused on delivering a superior finish.

What's your favorite productivity hack or time-saving trick?

One of my quirkiest tricks for staying productive? I skip the watch. It might sound odd, but not keeping an eye on the time helps me zero in on my work without distraction. I keep at it until I'm either done or my stomach starts to rumble. Sure, having a plan is important, but life's unpredictable. This way, I stay fully immersed in what I'm doing, letting my natural rhythm dictate breaks rather than the clock. It's about getting lost in the work, in the best way possible.