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:   Systems Reliability Engineer

:  Astronomy

  Europa Clipper, Martian Moons eXploration, MEGANE, Psyche, GRNS

Degree Field of Study Year Attained Institution Name
Bachelor of Science Actuarial Science 2014 Ohio State University
Master of Science Mechanical Engineering 2017 University of Maryland
Master of Science Technical Management 2021 Johns Hopkins University

Systems reliability engineer with experience developing reliability models, leading reliability analyses for projects, conducting failure mode, effects, and criticality analyses (FMECAs), developing fault tree analyses (FTAs), and developing reliability predictions. Skills include utilizing physics of failure (PoF) methodologies to develop reliability assessments, using various reliability engineering software such as SAPHIRE and PTC Windchill to conduct reliability analyses, and leading the reliability efforts for projects. Also experienced writing LabView code for data acquisition and conducting return on investment (ROI) analyses for engineering systems. Currently leading reliability engineering analyses for an underea systems project and MMX_MEGANE as well as acting as a contributing reliability engineer for Europa Clipper and Psyche.

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Start Year End Year Description
2015 2016 Graduate Research Assistant in the Center for Advanced Life Cycle Engineering at University of Maryland
2016 2017 Co-op Associate Electrical Engineer at Air Force Research Laboratory in Dayton, OH; Contracted from University of Dayton Research Institute
2017 2018 Systems Reliability Engineer at Raytheon in Woburn, MA
2018 Current Space Systems Engineer at JHU/APL in the Reliability and Probabilistic Modeling Section of the Space Systems Engineering Group
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