Matt Zwack started at Georgia Tech in the fall of 2010 after graduating with a Bachelor's Degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Minnesota. He is originally from West Bend, Wisconsin, which is located ~30 miles northwest of Milwaukee. While living in West Bend, Matt received the Evans Scholarship to attend the U of M for his services as a golf caddie at the West Bend Country Club. During his free time he enjoys playing golf, as well as playing electric and acoustic guitar.
Matt's research interests stem from current and past projects in which he has participated, which include: space systems, small satellite modeling and simulation, directed energy weapons, and advanced surrogate modeling
- B.S., Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, 2010, University of Minnesota Twin Cities
- Zwack, M, Engberg, B, Ganley, J, "Small Satellite Capability Analysis: A Systems Approach for Defining Translational Performance in Small Satellites", Proceedings of the 24th AIAA/USU Small Satellite Conference, Logan, UT, 9-12 Aug. 2010
Awards and Honors
- Western Golf Association Evans Scholarship Recipient 2006-2010