Dr. Andrew Abraham’s areas of expertise include orbital debris, reentry analysis, flight safety, early orbit operations, conjunction assessment, space situational awareness, and space traffic management. Prior to joining Aerospace, he spent time as a graduate student, researching the optimization of transfer trajectories to Lagrange point orbits in the Earth-moon system using evolutionary algorithms. He also conducted research at NASA Glenn Research Center as well as NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in the areas of microwave communications and spacecraft operations, respectively.
Abraham earned bachelor’s degrees in economics and physics from Moravian College, and a master’s degree in physics and a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from Lehigh University.
Abraham is a member of the AIAA.