- Andrew Greenhill
- Master's Student (AE)
- Montgomery Knight Building270 Ferst DriveAtlanta, GA 30332United States
Andrew Greenhill is a Master's student in the Daniel E. Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering at Georgia Tech. He works under Dr. Amy Pritchett as a Graduate Research Assistant, currently on a FAA funded project, “Pilot Performance Considerations for Sensor Technologies”. The goals for the project are to provide human factors information regarding sensor technologies to the FAA, who provide guidance to manufacturers and plan certification standards. Andrew’s professional interest areas include cockpit design, human factors, flight testing and aviation safety.
Before joining the Cognitive Engineering Center, Andrew graduated from Georgia Tech with a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering with High Honors. During his undergraduate career, Andrew participated in the AIAA Undergraduate Aircraft Design Competition, where he collaborated with 7 other members to design a light sport aerobatic aircraft. Throughout the summers of 2014 and 2015, Andrew interned with Orbital ATK, where he worked on the Iridium NEXT Satellite constellation.
During the summer of 2016, Andrew interned as an airframe engineering intern at the Cessna division of Textron Aviation. Working on the Cessna Citation XLS/XLS+, Andrew focused on the project engineering division, where corrections to the design had to be implemented around the current production process. Additionally Andrew was able to observe the production process for the other aircraft and aid in the project engineering department of the Citation X as well.
Andrew trained as a private pilot in the state of Florida, accruing over 75 flight hours. In his other free time, Andrew is an active member of the Georgia Tech Marching band. Additionally, Andrew enjoys music, blacksmithing and travelling.