Meet Our Team!
Tyler is from Southern California. He loves fitness, adventuring, and the startup community in Boulder. After graduation, he plans on traveling to Vietnam, Mexico, and around the U.S. Over the summer, Tyler plans to work on his new venture Hygenia, an automated floor cleaner for gyms while he searches for a full time job to start in August.
Eleanor is from Colorado and likes skiing, drawing, traveling, and trying new foods. She graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and minors in French and Applied Mathematics. She was the French Language Lead of the Global Engineering RAP at CU Boulder for 3 years. Eleanor is excited to begin working as a Mechanical Engineer with a global focus.
Fatin is from Malaysia. She pursued her degree in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Engineering Management at the University of Colorado Boulder under her government scholarship. She loves makeup, skin care products, volleyball, cooking and listening to music. She has a younger sister who is 15 years apart from her age and who is her inspiration for this project. After graduating in May 2019, Fatin will move back to Malaysia as her scholarship contract will end. She looks forward to finding a job in project management or technical marketing in her hometown.
Brent is from Colorado and loves racing and riding bikes and getting outside in the mountains. He enjoys product design and the hands-on work and application of Mechanical Engineering. After graduation, Brent plans to work in industry for a few years before returning to graduate school.
Radhi is from Malaysia. He loves engineering and the problem solving required in the design process. He has pursued his degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Colorado Boulder under his government scholarship. In his free time he enjoys playing video games and going fishing. After graduation, Radhi will return to Malaysia and looks forward to working as a mechanical engineer.
Systems and Test Engineer
Madison is originally from Sacramento, California. She loves the outdoors, especially skiing, mountain biking, rowing, and boating. She loves mechanical engineering and all it has to offer in the ways of helping people and making our lives better. She has been involved in research with artificial muscles through the Keplinger Research Group for the last three years and hopes to one day design prosthetics. After graduation, she will be moving to Ann Arbor, Michigan to begin working for Toyota North America as a research scientist in their R&D department, and plans to eventually pursue graduate school.