My engineering philosophy outlines the general process I take to create innovative, defensible solutions. In this section you will find descriptions of the three areas of this philosophy: personal constitution, design philosophy, leadership philosophy. At the bottom is also a one-pager on what is innovation and why it's hard.


Snapshot of my personal concept of operations (2018)

Snapshot of my personal concept of operations (2018)

Personal Constitution

My vision, mission, core values, and strategic focus areas that guide my career development and personal life — written in the form of a constitution for myself.

Jeremy Wang Personal Constitution v5.1 (2019-09-22)


Building a flying wing UAV with friends (2018)

Building a flying wing UAV with friends (2018)

Design Philosophy

My approach to solving problems, including a definition of engineering design, mandatory design criteria that I bring to every project, and an overview of the design process. Updated supplements tailored specifically to aerospace engineering will be uploaded in Aug 2018.

Jeremy Wang Design Philosophy Overview (2018-07-08, needs updating)
Inside the Engineering Scientist (2014 edition, needs updating)


At a UTAT Rocketry showcase (2014)

At a UTAT Rocketry showcase (2014)

Leadership Philosophy

Essential principles and definitions for modern leadership, which must account for the complex technology, people, and ethics in today's organizations. Best summarized as leading by expertise, example, and empathy.

Jeremy Wang Leadership Philosophy Overview (2018-07-08)


Gartner hype cycle (Jeremykemp, Wikipedia, 2007)

Gartner hype cycle (Jeremykemp, Wikipedia, 2007)

Why is innovation so hard?

A brief one-page essay on what is innovation and what makes it so hard.

Jeremy Wang Why is Innovation So Hard (2018-07-08)


This page was last updated on 2019-09-22
Header: rear shot of the Buran space shuttle, highlighting USSR’s tendency toward redundant engines (Wang, 2015)