Chris Khamken is an unassuming, 2nd-generation Asian-American who prefers not to self-promote. Instead he enjoys maintaining a healthy appetite for exploring various interests. Among the handful that have stuck including travel, photography, lyricless tunes, therapeutic driving, back-end coding, and periodic doses of sudoku, the concept of simplicity ranks as the most intriguing to him.
A 2010 Auburn graduate, Chris holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and is currently a full-time Design Engineer responsible for the design and development of various semi-automated production tooling and equipment in the automotive parts industry. He builds upon previous hands-on experience in machining and fabrication operations from time spent in a nationally recognized production facility owned by his father.
Aside from mechanical ventures, Chris has also committed time to pursuing hardware/software integration experience by learning programming languages such as Java/C++, PHP, ladder logic, and arduino microcontrollers.