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Brendan Chamberlain-Simon began working at JPL in June of 2015 after graduating from Columbia University with a BS in Mechanical Engineering. Brendan splits his time at JPL between Mars surface operations and research hardware development. Brendans roles on Mars have included Rover Planner Mobility Lead for Mars Science Laboratory and Helicopter Integration Engineer for the Mars Helicopter. Brendans primary research efforts are focused on surface sampling and mobility on Ocean Worlds such as Europa.
BS Mechanical Engineering; Columbia University, May 2015
Robotics Technologist at Jet Propulsion Laboratory, June 2015-Present
Intern at Kennedy Space Center Swamp Works, Summer of 2014
Research Assistant at Columbia University Robotics Laboratory, Professor Peter Allen, March 2012-May 2013
Extraterrestrial mobility and navigation, surface sampling, extreme terrain access, cryogenic mechanisms, microgravity mobility