Dallas started working for NSR (an Analysys Mason company) in 2016. He has an MSc in space studies from the International Space University, France. During his studies, Dallas worked on satellite mission design and contract negotiation, and was project manager of a team of young professionals investigating unaddressed challenges in one-way human missions to Mars. His team’s final work was presented at the International Astronautical Congress in Toronto in 2014.
During the summer of 2014, Dallas interned at NASA’s Johnson Space Center. His work involved designing a spacecraft’s thermal control system and the mission launch procedure, integration and operation, as well as evaluating the status of the market of technologies necessary for the mission.
Dallas graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Sciences from York University, Canada. His studies have provided him with a rigorous technological background that he combines with the interdisciplinary and international perspective his more recent experience has afforded him. His areas of expertise are Earth observation, flat panel antennas, satellite constellations, space tourism and in-orbit servicing markets.
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