How would you describe the culture at Relative Dynamics?
The tenor at Relative Dynamics provides a unique environment for innovative creativity. There is a cumulative sense of joy in finding things out among the team.
What does a typical day look like for you?
A typical day may include a wide variety of activities. One of my current projects is working on telecommunications systems which utilize an infrared LASER. I work directly with electrical and optical hardware to further optimize this system.
What are some of the opportunities for growth and mentorship that you have seen?
At Relative Dynamics, the interdisciplinary opportunity is extraordinary. Learning trades outside the scope of individual professional experience enables universal growth.
What are some of the things you look forward to most in your job?
Each project has unique milestones. When a lack of limitations presents itself within a technology, it is intellectually gratifying.
What is an example of a hard problem or project you've had to solve?
Testing optical receiver sensitivities without any Forward Error Correction (FEC) was rewarding. Progressive technology enables these optical transceivers to be small, cheap, and effective.
Why did you choose to work at Relative Dynamics?
Working with complex physical sciences and the opportunity to work with cutting-edge technology.