Dr. Forrest Meyen is an American engineer and scientist. He is a senior member of the technical staff and Sembler startup office program manager at Draper. He is also a member of the NASA Mars Oxygen ISRU Experiment Science Team and focuses on solid oxide electrolysis characterization, modeling, and control. At Draper he develops spacecraft avionics systems, analysis software, and wearable technologies for astronauts.
In 2017, he earned his doctoral degree at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Aeronautics and Astronautics with a minor in Management. The topic of his PhD thesis is system modeling and development of the Mars Oxygen ISRU Experiment (MOXIE). Forrest also earned his master’s degree from MIT and bachelor's degrees in mechanical engineering and in biological engineering from the University of Missouri.
Enjoy these videos of some fun things I have been able to contribute to thanks to my aerospace engineering education. Aerospace is an amazing field to work. Everyday we are expanding the limits of humanity. Learn more on my space system page.
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