|Education||University of Southern California (BS)|
|Employer(s)||Relativity Space, Embedded Ventures|
|Title||Co-Founder, Founding CTO, and Executive Advisor of Relativity Space |
General Partner, Embedded Ventures
Jordan Noone (born 1992) is an American aerospace engineer and the Founding CTO of Relativity Space. He is now a General Partner at Embedded Ventures which he co-founded in 2020 with Jenna Bryant.
Early life and education
Noone became the first student and youngest individual in the world to get Federal Aviation Administration clearance to fly a rocket to space while leading the Rocket Propulsion Lab at the University of Southern California.
In 2013, after his junior year at the University of Southern California, Noone interned with Blue Origin's propulsion group.
Noone co-founded Relativity Space, a company building a 3D printer for rockets, with Tim Ellis in 2015. As of October 2019, the company had raised $185 million in equity and grew to over 170 employees.
In September 2020, Noone stepped down as the CTO of Relativity Space, becoming an Executive Advisor to the company.
Noone is listed as the inventor on two of Relativity Space's patents: "Real-time adaptive control of additive manufacturing processes using machine learning" and "Real-time adaptive control of manufacturing processes using machine learning."
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