• Modeling and Simulation
  • FEM Analysis
  • Electronics
  • Instrumentation
  • EO/IR and Advanced Sensor
  • FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Array)
  • Microcontrollers
  • Telemetry
  • Power Control
  • Spectral Electronics and Mechanical Design
  • Prototyping
  • Designed and built the iMESA Plasma Detection Instrumentation which was delivered and installed on the International Space Station



Imprimis designed and built all instrumentation and controls for the following:


Falcon SAT VII- Experimental 3U CubeSat Satellite that tests the prototype "Photon Sieve" lens.

ALICE -  Experimental satellite using an iMESA array to test effectiveness of Nanotubes to produce beams of electrons (versus coils).

FPGA  High Speed Communications Design - Designed FPGA based VITA Radio Link Layer Standard Communication over PPPoE layers using VHDL and Xilinx FPGAs.

Cerebus-  Cerebrus is another iMESA instrument that will be launched with the last space shuttle launch. It will be then be attached to the outside of the International Space Station and used to measure the plasma characteristic of the gas generated by thrust plumes.






STPSAT 3 ( DoD Space Testing Program) Instrument- iMESA (Integrated Miniature ElectroStatic Analyzer) for Plasma Measurement.

RENU (Rocket Experiment for Neutral Upwelling) - Satellite based electron generator (coil) to measure flow of neutral particles with the use of iMESA.


Falcon Launch T1 - A USAFA cadet program that focuses on building and testing (launching) a rocket.