Ian is a technology associate in the Boston office and joined Keystone in 2020. Prior to Keystone, he conducted research on aerospace propulsion technologies at Plasmadynamics and Electric Propulsion Lab (PEPL), and specifically in-space electric propulsion and ramjet propulsion designs at Propulsion and Energy Research Lab (PERL). He holds an M.S. in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Michigan, and three B.S. degrees in aerospace engineering, computer science, and computational mathematics, respectively, from the University of Central Florida.
In his free time, Ian enjoys cooking all types of cuisines, running through the Boston Commons and along the Charles River, and playing his saxophone.