Jeremy is the co-founder of RotorX and Ph.D. candidate at the Decision and Control Laboratory at Georgia Institute of Technology. His focus is on fluid dynamics of rotorcrafts, optimization, and rapid prototyping. Jeremy’s contributions to RotorX are fabrication, hardware integration, and avionics.
Steve is the co-founder of RotorX and a Ph.D. candidate in the School of Aerospace engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology. While a graduate research assistant in the UAVRF, he has worked with multiple UAS projects including the first library book delivery drone and was a student project manager for a $1M robotics competition. Steve’s primary contributions to RotorX are guidance, navigation and control software including automation, and flight testing.
Dmitry earned his Ph.D from the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Research Facility at Georgia Tech in Atlanta. He has developed a theoretical framework for an automated vehicle design optimizer as part of his doctoral thesis which has thus far been proven in the design and prototyping of 1-3,600 lb UAVs. His focus is on propulsion system sizing and optimization for electrical vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) vehicles. He is an FAA Part 107 certified pilot.
Lam has 15+ years of Sales and Revenue Operations experience, primarily at high-growth tech startups in 'Silicon Alley' New York, that were subsequently acquired by companies like AOL, AT&T, and Verizon. Professionally, he has a passion for scaling business processes, generating revenue, and leading teams. He's also served as the President of the Board of Directors for the Peacock Foundation--A non-profit organization that provides Animal Assisted Therapy to At-Risk Children. Lam has a B.S. degree from Cornell University and is a fan of all things Big Red.