Aamod Samuel is a simulation hardware engineer at Armstrong flight research center in Edwards, California. He holds a bachelors degree in Aerospace engineering from Purdue University. His past work includes systems and user interface design for the airborne schlieren imaging system and Airvolt test stand, and design of a command system and user interface for the X-57 project. He is currently serving as the hardware lead for the simulation group and has had the opportunity most recently to lead the buildup of the simulation cockpit for the X-59 Low Boom Flight Demonstrator. He enjoys the intersection of engineering and creativity which is often required in problem solving, and enjoys developing his creative side through photography. He believes that creativity is a vital, but often overlooked part of effective engineering and tries to use it whenever possible for his job.

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