Tim Sullivan

Aerospace engineer.

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About Me

I'm an aerospace engineer living in Colorado. I graduated from the US Military Academy at West Point before going on to serve as an aviation officer and UH-60M Blackhawk pilot. I left the military in 2018 and attended graduate school at the University of Colorado Boulder graduating with an MS in Aerospace Engineering. Outside of engineering, I enjoy hiking, trail running (including the occasional ultramarathon), biking, and climbing.


Aerospace Engineer

Advanced Space 2019 - Present

Mission design, navigation, machine learning, and control of spacecraft in near-Earth, cislunar, and interplanetary regimes.

Aviation Officer

US Army 2010 - 2018

Various leadership positions of multi-functional teams responsible for the planning and execution of rotary-wing aircraft operations and maintenance in the US and abroad. UH-60M pilot-in-command. FAA commercial instrument rotary-wing license.


MS Aerospace Engineering

University of Colorado Boulder 2018 - 2020

Specialized in astrodynamics and satellite navigation. Courses include: astrodynamics, statistical orbit determination, algorithmic motion planning, attitude determination and control, formation flying, spacecraft design, and systems engineering.

BS Physics

US Military Academy at West Point 2006 - 2010

Nuclear engineering track. Intern at Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA).

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