Brandon is a senior in his undergrad studying Computer Systems Engineering with a concentration in Information Assurance. His passion centers around how elements of software and hardware are used to optimize each other, increasing capability and efficiency with minimal resources.
He has served in multiple leadership positions within student organizations including serving as the Director of Business Administration for the Residence Hall Association and being the co-founder of the Gamineers club. For the past two years he has also gained industry experience working for Xeriom Technologies as a solutions engineer.
With his leadership experience and background in embedded systems, he has found a passion for his role as the Lead of Controls for AZLoop.
Sanjay Reddy Sub-Team Lead
Sanjay Kumar Reddy is a B.Tech Electrical Engineer from VIT, Chennai, India, currently pursuing Masters of Science in Electrical Engineering from Arizona State University. He has always been interested in the field of controls and automation and has been actively involved in lot of hands on projects during his undergraduate studies.
He interest in solving problems that have an impact on the world drove him towards Hyperloop and he is a part of the control system and modelling sub team and is responsible for design and control of levitation part of the pod.
When he is not working towards his degree or on a project he spends his time learning more about space and history!
Michael is working on the electronics component of the controls. He has attended ASU since spring 2016 and he went to MCC and CGCC before that. He has worked on programming the Raspberry pi’s since the first version was released. Michael created a solar power project that he presented at the Arizona Science Center where solar power was converted to mechanical energy to spin a pin wheel. He enjoy hiking, boxing and doing mud runs.
Vineet Gattani is a graduate student pursuing his Masters in Electrical Engineering. Vineet’s academic interests lies in signal processing, micro-controller programming. His goal is to build sustainable and efficient technologies which could be used by the community for their benefit. He has published a research publication in the journal, “Computers in Biology and Medicine” which aims at solving a practical challenge in image analysis using advanced segmentation techniques. He likes to learn new technologies and explore different platforms. He has spent a summer interning as an iOS application developer.
Apart from academics, he likes to ride horses, hiking, traveling and likes to meet new people. He is on Controls-Software team as a Software Engineer for AZLoop.