Atyam has co-founded and is running a NewSpace startup, Tri-D Dynamics, which focuses on mass producing liquid rocket engines for the burgeoning launch vehicle markets. He has received his M.S. in Aerospace Engineering with a Major focus in Manufacturing Engineering from Purdue University ('17) in addition to a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from UC San Diego ('15). Atyam has worked at Space-X, GLXP Team Moon Express, Purdue's Zucrow Laboratory, NASA JPL (x2), Langley Aerospace Research Center (x2), and Marshall Space Flight Center starting from the age of 17 and has led multiple successful NASA funded projects including the production and testing of the first and second fully 3D printed liquid rocket engine from a university. He founded and served as the President of the SEDS@UCSD and UCSD’s Triton Rocket Club. Atyam has also been selected as a Future Space Leader, a Kairos Fellow, a Gordon Engineering Leadership Fellow, a University Innovation Fellow, Aviation Week’s 20Twenties in Aerospace, a Forbes 30 Under 30 Student Scholar, won multiple business plan competitions, and has 5 patents pending along with 1 patent issued.