Charrier is building artificially intelligent software tools to expedite the design process of satellites through Voyager Space Technologies Inc., the company he co-founded along with Faris Hamdi. Before this most recent venture, he worked as a propulsion engineer both at SpaceX and Moon Express, developing engines that will power next-generation vehicles to the Moon and Mars. Previously, he served as president of his Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS) Chapter, growing a team of 20 students to more than 100. His SEDS Chapter secured NASA grant funds to develop an open-source rocket engine test stand, as well as launch the Vulcan-1, the first collegiate rocket using liquid fuel from a 3D-printed engine. Both Charrier and Hamdi led a team of 35 engineers to develop an award-winning CubeSat for the NASA CubeQuest competition.
CEO, Co-Founder - Voyager