Daniel Garmendia has lived in Atlanta, GA since 2003. He attended Georgia Tech for his undergraduate / masters degrees in Aerospace Engineering and is currently working towards his PhD.
- Integrating Flight Mechanics and Conceptual Design
- Reusable Booster Systems
- Hybrid Wing Body Vehicles
- Experimental Design and Surrogate Modeling Techniques
- 2008 Grand Challenge
- Ballistic Missile Defense: Robust Boost Phase Interceptor Design
Education and Work Experience
- B.S., Aerospace Engineering, 2008, Georgia Institute of Technology
- M.S., Aerospace Engineering, 2010, Georgia Institute of Technology
- NASA Jet Propulsion Lab. Pasadena, CA.
- Georgia Tech Research Institute - ATAS Lab. Smyrna, GA.
- Lockheed Martin Aeronautics. Marietta, GA.
- Robertson, B., Crowley, D., Garmendia, D., Douglass, R., Mavris, D., and Hellman, B. "A Modeling Methodology and Environment for Integrated Trim Analysis for a Reusable Booster System," 49th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting Including the New Horizons Forum and Aerospace Exposition, 2011.
Memberships and Service
- ASDL Space Working Group