Jeremy Hollman has worked in the aerospace engineering field since 2000 and worked for SpaceX from 2002 through 2008. His areas of technical experience include testing design and execution for autonomous systems, liquid rocket engine, propulsion system, general fluid dynamics, and thermal management design and analysis.
Prior to moving to the East Coast he worked for Space Exploration Technologies, and the Boeing Company in Southern California. He was involved in SpaceX from the beginning helping to develop, test, qualify, and launch the company’s family of launch vehicles. He joined the company in 2002 when it was a company of less than 20 people and helped to grow the company to over 400 employees and a successful launch of the the Falcon 1 vehicle. At SpaceX Jeremy was the Director of Propulsion development, which oversaw the design, development, and production of the Merlin engine. He also served as the responsible engineer for the Falcon 1 vehicle supporting the launch operations team at the range during assembly checkout and launch activities.