Title: Engineer II
Missions/Projects: TTBW, Hybrid Wing-Body, and Mild Hybrid EAP Concept
Thomas Hallock is a young man from northern Virginia who knew he was going to be an engineer when he realized he had over 100 pounds of Legos. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering from Virginia Tech in 2021 and got his Master’s in Aerospace Engineering at Virginia Tech the following year in an accelerated program, focusing his studies on aero/hydrodynamics and CFD analysis. He swam internationally for Switzerland in addition to the Virginia Tech Varsity Swim Team where he was voted a team captain for three years. Thomas works in ASAB as a contractor with Analytical Mechanics Associates and was a key contributor to the Mild Hybrid EAP Concept where he investigated possible novel energy storage systems for hybrid-electric aircraft and developed an E-Taxi model.
- B.S. in Aerospace Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (08/2017-05/2021)
- M.S. in Aerospace Engineering (Accelerated), Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (08/2020-05/2022)
Swimming, soccer, surfing, video games