Tyler is a Lead engineer on the Additive technology team at GE Research. His role is focused on process modeling and thermal distortion compensation in additively manufactured parts. He develops methods and software for additive manufacturing to increase yield and reduce design iterations. He also provides thermal and structural analysis support on several projects.
Tyler joined GE Aviation in Lynn, Massachusets as an Edison engineer in 2011. After several Edison rotations including Fan/Compressor Design and Stress Analysis, he took an off program role in the combustor analysis group in West Chester, Ohio in 2014. After helping qualify the GE9x fuel nozzle, he accepted a position in at GE research.