Mr. Deggendorf is an aerospace engineer. He is proficient in Advanced Aircraft Analysis (AAA), Siemens NX and MATLAB software while also experienced with PATRAN. As an intern engineer, he worked on structural analysis and sustaining engineering. He has also worked with the University of Kansas Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets (CReSIS) in manufacturing composite antenna used in NASA's Operation Icebridge. Mr. Deggendorf was the team lead for the University of Kansas SpaceHawks space mission and architecture design team that placed top 20 nationally in Revolutionary Aerospace Systems Concepts - Academic Linkages (RASC‑AL) 2017 competition. Mr. Deggendorf competed in the AIAA individual aircraft design competition for the next generation close air support aircraft and the paper will be published in July 2018. He was a member of University of Kansas Self Engineering Leadership Fellows (SELF) program.
University of Kansas, Aerospace Engineering: B.S., 2017
- L. Deggendorf, "KOMODO: The Most Lethal Next Generation Ground Support Fighter", to be presented at the AIAA Propulsion and Energy Forum, Cincinnati, Ohio, July 9-11, 2018.