Maury Vander is currently the Chief of NASA’s Operations Division at Stennis Space Center. In this capacity, he leads a team of talented engineers who perform propulsion testing for both government and commercial entities. Vander received his bachelor of science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of New Orleans in 1989. After graduation, he went to work for Rocketdyne as a Test Engineer and after 10 years accepted an Operations Engineer position with NASA. During his career, Vander has served as Test Conductor for various large engine test projects (Space Shuttle Main Engine, RS-68, Integrated Powerhead Demonstrator, AJ26). In his current position, Vander’s primary focus is developing the next generation of Test Conductors and identifying methods to improve processes associated with propulsion test activity.
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