Christain Lenz

Christian Lenz is currently a Sr Space Systems Designer and GNSS Engineer at Broad Reach Engineering. Christian joined BRE in 1998 as one if its first employees and has been involved on a number of projects. For Tacsat-2 Christian acted as systems engineer and flight software lead developer and was involved in the spacecraft I&T efforts, launch, and early on-orbit checkout. Recently Christian has been working on various flight software developments, including some work on the SUMO robotic arm project. Currently Christian is part of a team developing BRE's next generation GPS receiver and he is also Sr designer on the CICERO space segment. Lately he has been helping to develop the GeoOptics/CICERO business at a technical and financial level. Besides being a hands-on space systems designer, Christian enjoys pursuing new and exciting ventures in space and otherwise. Christian holds an MS from the University of Colorado in Aerospace Engineering.

Broadcast 999 (Special Edition)

Guests: Dr. Pat Patterson, Jim Marshall, Dr. John Jurist, Dr. Billie Reed, Chris McCormick, Christian Lenz. This program consists of three sets of interviews from the August 2008 SmallSat Conference located on the campus of Utah State University in Logan, Utah. Our first discussion includes Dr. Pat Patterson of Utah State University and Jim Marshall, the Director of Business Development for the Space Dynamics Lab (SDL), plus others from the SDL who explain their projects as well as talk about being a student, intern, or PI in the program.

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