Tibor Lak, B.S. (Engineering), will gave a presentation titled, "NOAH'S FLOOD AND THE ICE AGE - COMPELLING EVIDENCE FROM THE GREENLAND ICE SHEET PROJECT II (GISPII)".
About our speaker: Born in Budapest, Hungary, Tibor received a B.S. degree in Engineering from UCLA. He is a nationally and internationally recognized expert in Propulsion System design and operation. Tibor is currently retired after 45 years of experience in the design and analysis of propulsion systems. During this time he supported various programs from the Apollo mission to the Moon, to the Space Shuttle, and Next Generation Launch Vehicle designs. More recently Tibor provided technical guidance in the design of the Antares Rocket fueling system launch complex for Orbital Science. He also served as Failure Review Oversight Board member on various launch system failure investigations.
Tibor was instrumental in the design and operation of the Space Shuttle main propulsion system from the initial concept to operational phase. He has written numerous fluid and thermodynamic models of the various aspects of propulsion system operation for NASA. Tibor received the Engineer of the Year award from Rockwell International in 1990, and was elevated to the position of Boeing Technical Fellow in 1998. He currently holds 11 U.S. Patents related to propulsion system operational improvements.