Meet Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory's
GIANNI PABLOS-VEGA

Careers - Gianni’s Story
 Climbing The Career Tower
Gianni’s Story
Climbing The Career Tower
Gianni was born and raised in Puerto Rico, where he also attended college to study electrical engineering. After climbing tall towers at his university to install and build radars, Gianni realized his talents were better suited on the ground. So, he came to APL in 2011 and has moved up without leaving the ground.
Careers - What Gianni Does
 Electrical Engineer
What Gianni Does
Electrical Engineer
Gianni begins his days nice and early, hitting the Crossfit gym before clocking in the lab at 7:30 AM. Before getting started with simulations, he meets up with his colleagues in the kitchen for the group’s morning coffee chat. After his caffeine boost, he spends the day immersed in the intricacies of radar innovation.
 
 
“I really enjoy going back to colleges to recruit. It’s intriguing to see how the culture has changed, how I’ve changed, and how these new innovators could impact our team.”
 
“I really enjoy going back to colleges to recruit. It’s intriguing to see how the culture has changed, how I’ve changed, and how these new innovators could impact our team.”
 
 
“There’s an interesting balance between being humble in group collaborations and also being trusted to suggest new approaches you come up with yourself.”
 
“There’s an interesting balance between being humble in group collaborations and also being trusted to suggest new approaches you come up with yourself.”