Director of Research & Development and Applied Sciences
Ann Kapusta is the Director of Research and Development and Applied Sciences at Vectorform. Ann leads the innovation practice at Vectorform and champions the company mission to invent the impossible. Ann sets agendas for research into emerging technologies and manages cutting edge laboratory explorations with the goal to define the future.
Prior to her work at Vectorform, Ann worked at NASA as an operations manager for the largest biological research experiment on the International Space Station. As part of her time at NASA, Ann assisted in launching 40 mice to space and ran the mission control center working directly with astronauts during on-orbit operations to ensure mission success. Ann earned her Bachelor's degree in Astrophysics at Dartmouth College and attended the University of Michigan for her graduate work in Space Systems Engineering.