Tim graduated in 2007 with a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of New Hampshire. He started his career as a design engineer working on crystal growth furnaces where he was exposed to many aspects of industrial equipment design, including, process cooling, linear motion, vacuum technology, and hot zone design.
From there, Tim joined a start-up company as the lead design engineer working on a waste-heat-to-electricity power generation product. In that role, he gained experience in thermal engineering design, such as electronics packaging, cold plate design, and CFD analysis. Tim also performed many roles beyond engineering, including program management, field installations, and he managed the Co-op program.
Tim joined DAPR in February 2019 as an Engineering Supervisor. He is contributing as a design engineer, managing the DAPR Mentorship program, and managing a team of engineers.
In his free time, Tim enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons. He likes being outdoors, going on hikes, bike rides, skiing, golfing, working on projects around the house, and going to sporting events and concerts.