|Robb Michael Kulin|
Official NASA portrait, with NASA T-38 aircraft in background
|NASA Astronaut Candidate|
Robb Michael Kulin|
December 7, 1983
Anchorage, Alaska, U.S.
University of Denver (B.S.)|
University of California, San Diego (Ph.D.)
|Selection||NASA Group 22|
Personal, education, and career
He studied engineering as an undergraduate at the University of Denver, graduating with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He earned a master’s degree in Materials Science, and a doctorate in Engineering, both from the University of California, San Diego. His doctorate studies focused on dynamic bone fracture.
At the time of his selection as astronaut candidate in June 2017, Kulin was senior manager for flight reliability at SpaceX, leading the Launch Chief Engineering group in Hawthorne, California, where he had worked since 2011.
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