At Sedaro, we are driven to change the way spacecraft are designed and operated to accelerate innovation and enable the complex space architectures of the future.
CEO and Co-founder
Robbie has over 13 years of experience developing space-flight hardware and spacecraft simulation and analysis tools. Robbie received his Ph.D. in Applied Physics and Space Engineering from Virginia Tech, where he led the mechanical design of three space plasma instruments, developed the SOLAARS solar radiation pressure model, and installed space weather instruments on the Antarctic Plateau. Robbie has held research positions developing physics-based models of spacecraft attitude and orbit dynamics at Los Alamos National Laboratory, Air Force Research Laboratory, and the German QUEST Institute. At Sedaro, Robbie is responsible for creating and implementing our company's strategy, communicating on behalf of our team, and leading the development of our physics engines.
CTO and Co-founder
Sebastian has a broad technical background with extensive experience in web application development, software/firmware development, and space mechanical and electrical design, test, and manufacturing. He was previously the CTO of a social network startup and has led a diverse set of space hardware development efforts - from the second 3D printer to operate in space to a GPU-based payload processor that enables on-orbit machine learning. Sebastian received his B.S. in Computer Science from Virginia Tech and is an exceptional full-stack web developer and technical leader. At Sedaro, Sebastian is guiding the detailed development of our products with a commitment to scalability, adaptability, and reliability.
COO and Co-founder
Daniel Martin has a strong background in managing people, budgets, and schedules. Daniel was previously a Lead Analyst at Technomics, where he provided cost and schedule analysis for large DoD programs with budgets in excess of $150 million. Prior to joining Technomics, Daniel managed Nutravail's production facility for pharmaceuticals and nutraceuticals and was responsible for a team of over 40 employees. Daniel received his BS in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Virginia Tech, where he worked as a research assistant at the Center for Space Science and Engineering Research. In addition to managing day-to-day operations, Daniel is committed to building efficiency, structure, and organization at Sedaro.