you are here:   / About Us / Our Team

Christina Capasso Jamerson Marketing Coordinator

t:
203.758.2914
  /   f:
203.758.2965

Christina has been with CAE Associates since 2005 as the Marketing Coordinator.  She collaborates with the sales team to manage, develop, implement and track all of CAE Associates’ marketing activities. Her name may be very familiar to you, as she also manages all email communication with our clients.  Christina also schedules and manages all of CAE Associates’ training classes.

In her free time, Christina enjoys reading, hitting the gym, and expanding her vast iTunes library.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Public Communication, American University

Recent Posts:

January 3, 2017

Happy New Year! CAE Associates wishes to thank all of our readers for a successful 2016!  We have an exciting 2017 ahead!  In honor of a great year, we are proud to present the Top 10 Most Read Posts from 2016:

1. 2D or not 2D? That is Often the FEA Modeling Question

2. Tips & Tricks for FEA Modeling of Rubber and Elastomers - Part 1

December 27, 2016

All of us at CAE Associates wish you and yours a Happy Holiday! We will return in 2017 with great new topics!  Stay tuned...

Recent Case Studies:

October 6, 2016

Kiewit Corporation, a diverse company specializing in construction, mining, oil, gas, power, transportation, and water projects, was contracted to design a boundary wall around a large electrical switching station. One of the requirements of the design was to prevent a medium duty truck from penetrating through the wall, as detailed in the crash test specifications of ASTM F2656-07. Kiewit contacted CAE Associates to request dynamic structural analyses to simulate the wall impact events for two different wall designs at different impact angles and locations.

May 12, 2016

Mechanical Solutions Incorporated designed a platform for testing axial fans at different speeds. The platform was designed to avoid any natural frequencies within the test speed range of the fans. A number of design iterations were required until a design was proposed that could satisfy the frequency criteria (safety margin from major excitation sources) without creating an excessively large and heavy structure.