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Aaron received his PhD in Aerospace Engineering and Wind Energy from Iowa State University in 2016. His PhD work included developing methods for modelling and designing multi-rotor wind turbines. He worked for GE Renewable Energy for two years as an engineer in charge of computational methods for modelling wind turbine aerodynamics for system simulations. While at GE, Aaron led the integration of aerodynamic models into a multi-body simulation software. He also has hands on experience performing aerodynamic field tests on prototype wind turbines. Aaron helped design several of GE's cutting edge blades.

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