Devon Lyman is a highly experienced and accomplished Process/Research Engineer at Johnson Battery Technologies, with a background in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology. With a passion for science and technology, Devon has worked across a wide range of industries, including nanofilm engineering for nGimat, undergraduate research for Georgia Tech, and as a Research Intern for Scientific Applications International Corporation (SAIC). Devon is also a former Electro-Optical Systems Laboratory Co-Op for the Georgia Tech Research Institute.
Devon's education includes studying at The Center for Advanced Studies in Science, Math, and Technology at Wheeler High School, where he developed a strong academic foundation. He then went on to earn a Bachelor's degree in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology.
As a seasoned Process/Research Engineer, Devon possesses a deep understanding of chemical engineering principles, materials science, and the battery technology industry. He has used this expertise to lead research projects, develop new battery materials, and streamline manufacturing processes. He enjoys staying up to date with the latest advancements in his field and is always looking for opportunities to innovate and improve existing technologies.