Career Fair


Earth-Venus-Venus-Jupiter-Saturn-ISM candidate trajectory for the Voyager III senior project.
Earth-Venus-Earth-Jupiter-Saturn-ISM candidate trajectory for the Voyager III senior project.
Earth-Venus-Venus-Jupiter-Uranus-ISM candidate trajectory for the Voyager III senior project.
Ballistic Transfers of a Type I and Type II trajectory between Earth and Apophis.
Ballistic Transfer Between Earth and Mars with NASA InSight Departure and Arrival Plotted in the blue diamond.
NASA InSight Trajectory created in MATLAB based on data from the previous porkchop plot.
Mating the epoxy carbon fiber fins and body tube together using a custom made jig for alignment. This is part of the manufacturing process for the Spaceport America competition rocket – “Kim Jong Boom.”
The Flight of “Kim Jong Boom”
Mounting the FAR1030 rocket to the rail out at FAR (Friends of Amateur Rocketry)
The FAR1030 rocket was minimum diameter meaning the fin mounting was done externally. Additional structural and aerodynamic considerations had to be taken into account.
The rocket after the competition. Left to Right: Joshua Fofrich (Project Manager and Team Lead), Burton Yale (Structures, CAD, and Manufacturing), Bryan Phan (Aerodynamics and CAD), Me (Aerodynamics and Simulation Lead).
Processed Missile DATCOM output (later converted to DATCOM functions in the aerospace blockset in MATLAB)
One of the many vehicle design and status check sheets made during LRL
Calibration of the Cal Poly Pomona Supersonic Wind Tunnel (@M3.2). Taking pressure data from the pitot tube and tunnel walls to verify incoming flow is at the correct mach number.
Cal Poly Pomona SSWT