Senior Mechanical Engineer at Danaher Cryogenics
Bryan worked with Charlie at High Precision Devices (HPD) designing cryogenic systems and components for 5 years. He was the lead design engineer for the model 106 Shasta cryostat and also worked on cryostat control system development, ADR improvements, thermal isolation systems, liquid cryogen precoolers, and a single-shot He3 cooler.
Bryan has a bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering from Washington University in St. Louis and a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from Penn State University. In addition to cryogenics, he has over a decade of instrument design experience including automated tissue samplers, spectrometers, thermal camera automated calibration ovens, total organic carbon analyzers, and optical particle counters.