Jadon Kaercher is a Masters Student in Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M University. He is from Memphis, Tennessee, and is interested in mechanical design and partial gravity fluid physics. Jadon’s primary research focuses on the design and testing of a partial gravity experiment, which will validate previous CFD work completed in two-phase fluid physics to inform future In Situ Research Utilization (ISRU) for planetary life support systems.
After graduating, Jadon plans to go into industry with the hope of one day starting his own company. Outside of his studies, Jadon enjoys the outdoors, spending time with friends, and 3D printing.
2021: B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Tennessee Technological University
Engineering Intern, Diversified Conveyors International, May-August 2018, May-August 2019
United States Air Force Premier College Intern (PCIP), Department of Defense, June-August 2020