He graduated from Michigan Tech, and began his career at GM in engine engineering for Cadillac in 1965, and moved into engineering management assignments for Cadillac in the mid-1970s, rising to the position of Engineering Program Manager in early 1992. In late 1992 he left Cadillac to become the chief engineer for the Corvette. He plans to retire on 1 January 2006.
Cool Runnings: Former Automotive Engineer Julian Lamb Has Gone from Burning Rubber to Cool Comfort, Using Innovative Software and Hardware to Build a Better Air-Conditioning System
Jul 01, 2012; Paragon Robotics president Julian Lamb finished college, went pro, and it still wasn't enough. An automotive engineer who worked...