Zac Trolley

About Me

Futurist - Engineer - Citizen Astronaut

Traits

Team Work

Innovative Thinking

Project Managment

Suffering Fools

Leadership

From an early age, Zac had a fascination with Mars. The possibility of people visiting the Red Planet captivated his imagination, fueled by the rover tracks left  by the Pathfinder. From that moment he began to investigate what it would take to move from rover tracks to footprints. This investigation began as a hobby that has transformed into a life goal.
Now, he is looking for ways to incorporate the technology that will take us to Mars on Earth. The same problems that will face humans on Mars are in abundance on Earth. Food, water, shelter, and communication are need to be tackled before we send anyone into deep space. These technologies can be used to improve life on Earth and advance the Martian mission, today.
When we learn to grow food on Mars, we will solve world hunger here on Earth.

 

Resume

What I look like on paper

Work History

2017 - 2018

VEERUM

Product Manger

2015 - 2016

SNC-Lavalin

Project Engineer

2013 - 2014

AMEC

Project Engineer

2011 - 2012

General Dynamics Canada

Junior Systems Engineer

2007 - 2008

Bantrel

Electrical Designer

2005 - 2007

Baker Hughes

Electrical Technician

Education

2014

International Space University

Space Studies Program

2008 - 2011

Lakehead University

Electrical Engineering

2002 - 2004

Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT)

Electronics Engineering Technology

Gallery

Coming Soon

Talks

And Interview
Recorded Nov 13th 2014
At 30 minute talk I did at the Telus Spark center in Calgary Alberta, during their Destination Mars theme night. This was a talk aimed to answer the most common "why" questions I had received when talking to the public about traveling to Mars.

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