Christopher Dellman, MSE
Senior Computer Engineer
Christopher is always looking for the next fun thing to work on. An early interest in computers sparked by a Build-Your-Own-8088-Microcomputer book led them to pursue a BA in Computer Science from St. Mary’s College of Maryland then an MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Johns Hopkins University.
They came to Root3 Labs after working on naval aircraft avionics in the civil service and later, embedded RF devices and planetary science missions at a university affiliated research center. On the weekends they enjoy hiking, developing hardware for retro gaming consoles, restoring vintage computers, and generally being a menace to the neighborhood’s average electricity consumption.
Sneaking a SETI message onto a NASA spacecraft (with permission)
To develop color film at home
Building a pick and place machine for 0.4mm BGAs