Payam Banazadeh is the founder and CEO of Capella Space, which is a Silicon Valley organization constructing large marketable assemblages of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) satellites that offer management services. Payam Banazadeh graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Astronautical, Aeronautical and Aerospace Engineering at Texas University in Austin and acquired the 2012 Texas Leader Award and Outstanding Scholar for his unique leadership and incredible academic performance. In advance of commencing the Capella Space, he interned at NASA, assisting to motivate and educate STEM students. At this time, he got promoted frequently, ending his contract with NASA as a flight system engineer and project manager and has been bestowed with NASA Formulation, NASA Discovery, and NASA Mariner Awards.
After working with the NASA agency, Payam Banazadeh left to obtain his graduate management degree from the University of Stanford with National Science Foundation (NSF) sponsorship. At this time, he and William Woods Co-Founded the Capella Space intending to monitor our globe from space and offer clearness into various industries. The organization’s creation was motivated by the Malaysian Airlines Flight disappearance, with both William Woods and Payam Banazadeh agreeing that it should be impossible for such disappearance to happen in light of present technology.
Lately, Payam Banazadeh was chosen to be present on the prominent “Forbes 30 underneath 30” on the 2017 list. The Capella Space has been acknowledged by Bloomberg, New York Times and lately Inc. magazine as among the leading 25 disruptive firms all over the globe. Outside the Capella Space, he devotes most of his time thinking about technology’s influence on human behavior, politics, economy and society.