Mr. Goldenburg grew up in Atlanta and attended Georgia Tech where he earned a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering and a master's degree in operations research in 1992 and 1994, respectively. As an undergraduate and graduate student, Mr. Goldenburg started his career in product development and testing by working as a co-op student employee at Lexmark International. Mr. Goldenburg has held various engineering and management positions in new product R&D, where he has focused on product quality through design for manufacturing, testing, and procurement. Immediately prior to joining Georgia Tech NEETRAC in 2009, Mr. Goldenburg was the chief R&D engineer for Siemens Energy & Automation A/C Controls business.
At NEETRAC, Mr. Goldenburg manages the mechanical section and enjoys consulting with the Center's members and helping them solve many unusual problems.
- Overhead lines component qualification, testing, and failure analysis
- Work methods, construction, and inspection practices for Overhead Lines
- In-field overhead line inspections
- Line/Bus rating and ampacity calculations
- Repair-replace & component selection decision support
- Manufacturing practices and audits
- Supplier quality management methods
- Mechanical, thermal, and environmental testing and research
- Professional Engineer, Georgia
- Six Sigma Greenbelt
- Member ANSI C119
- Chair ANSI C119.0
- Member, IEEE/PES, Overhead Lines
- Member, ASTM B01
US Patent 6,860,641, Faceplate electrostatic discharge attenuating waveguide, March 1, 2005.
Last revised December 13, 2017