Alejandro Trujillo

PhD '21

My work withing the Engineering Systems Lab (ESL) focuses on space systems architectures which are flexible to unknown and volatile conditions and which leverage commonality and reuse of designs and models to achieve programmatic benefits. I have also had a variety of experiences in government and commercial industry focusing on different technical aspects of space systems design and development. I would like to apply this breadth of experience and lessons from my research to envisioning and enabling the next generation of space missions, particularly in human exploration. I completed my Bachelors and Masters in Aerospace Engineering from Georgia Tech in 2015 and MIT in 2018, respectively.