Dr. Hermilo Hernandez-NoyolaEngineering/Technology
Hermilo Hernandez-Noyola graduated from The University of Tennessee, Knoxville in 2010 with a PhD in nuclear engineering. He also holds a BS in electrical-electronics engineering and a ME in energy. With plenty of experience in the numerical modeling, simulation, and laboratory of nuclear reactors, he has also had the opportunity to work with sunlight harvesting. As a Postdoctoral Fellow at Argonne National Laboratory (2011), he was involved in the numerical solution of luminescent solar concentrators. With his physics background and strong computational skills, he has been participating in Aero Hawk engineering since July, 2015.
Philip Klassen started out in 1987 as a partner in a farming operation, still in operation today. His career in engineering began in February 1999, when he led a team of 24 engineers in developing electronics in the automotive industry. For the past two years, Hermilo and Philip have been researching and designing cameras to revolutionize information technology in the agricultural sector.
Melinda SchmidtgallOffice Manager
Melinda has worked in administrative management for more than 15 years. She is an expert in work flow management and customer service. She worked for 2 years as an HR manager and received SHRM-CP certification in 2015.
Oscar KlassenDrone Technology
Oscar graduated from high school in 2015. He currently attends Idaho State University with a goal of earning a degree in electrical engineering. Oscar's focus is working on the drone engineering and drone technology at Aero Hawk.
Jose ‘Zeke’ OrtizDrone Technology
Jose graduated from high school in 2015. He is currently attending the College of Southern Idaho with a goal of earning a degree in mechanical engineering. Zeke's focus is working on the drone engineering and drone technology at Aero Hawk.