Tyler
Reichanadter

Tyler is originally from Woodinville Washington and enrolled at the university of Colorado in Fall of 2012. He is double majoring in Applied Mathematics and Engineering Physics expecting to graduate in the Spring of 2016.

In terms of experience, Tyler has worked at Microvision, the SLAC National Laboratory, and Astronics AES before joining the KM group in the Spring of 2014. At SLAC he studied and optimized the design of the LCLS beam line’s Undulator Hall. Furthermore Tyler enjoys working out, playing soccer, and almost any activity in nature (biking, skiing, hiking, back packing, etc). Tyler also founded the Kidz Blop Improv group at CU and enjoys doing regular improv shows.