Josh is the Principal Investigator of COLLIDE. He has a Ph.D. from
the Dept. of Astrophysical, Planetary, and Atmospheric Sciences at the
University of Colorado.
Josh's home page
Martin was a technical advisor who helped the engineers design
the experimental systems to best meet the COLLIDE experimental objectives.
He has a Ph.D from the physics department at the University of Colorado.
Lance is the COLLIDE lead engineer. He has degrees in mechanical
and aerospace engineering, and is responsible for designing the structural
and mechanical systems of COLLIDE. He is also the primary machinist of
Lance's Home Page
Jack Loui came to our rescue in December and built one of our flight
electronics boards. Jack is a double major in
Electrical Engineering and Piano Performance! He made a terrific
contribution to COLLIDE as we were frantically
preparing for delivery. Thanks Jack!
Adrian is pursuing a degree in mechanical engineering at the Colorado
School of Mines in Golden, Colorado. He is the primary designer of the
COLLIDE battery boxes and launcher system. He is also the primary CAD drafter.
Barry is pursuing his Ph.D through the electrical engineering department
at CU. He is the lead electrical engineer on COLLIDE and is working on
the design of the control and power systems. He will also build these systems
and help to integrate them into the COLLIDE assembly.
Wayne is a senior in electrical engineering at the University of
Colorado. He is helping Barry to design and build the electrical systems
Andreas has a degree in aerospace engineering from CU and was hired
to aid Lance and Adrian in mechanical design. His primary focus is on the
camera pressure vessels and the wiring system.
Damon recently graduated from CU with degrees in mechanical engineering
and applied mathematics. He worked under a grant from the Undergraduate
Research Opportunities Program to conduct tests on COLLIDE prototype equipment.
He was also the primary designer of the LED system for the IBSs.
Jeremy is a junior in interdisciplinary physics with an emphasis
on astronomy. He worked with Damon on the UROP testing program of COLLIDE
hardware. He also helped generate CAD drawings.
Rebecca also has a degree in Aerospace engineering from CU. She
worked part time on COLLIDE for several months and aided significantly
in the design of the muscle wire system for the projectile launchers.
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