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Welcome to the Applied Flow Technology Blog.
Cort Hanson is an Applications Engineer with Applied Flow Technology (AFT). Cort is a graduate of the Colorado School of Mines with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering and a minor in Materials and Metallurgical Engineering.
Nick Vastine is a Business Applications Engineer at Applied Flow Technology (AFT). Nick holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering with a Minor in Economics from the Colorado School of Mines. 
Born and raised in Florida, Devin comes to Applied Flow Technology after working as a Process Engineer. He was an end-user of AFT software and regularly used it for design and analysis. Devin holds a B.S. Engineering, Mechanical & Minor Computer Science from the University of Central Florida. 
Stephanie Villars is an Applications Engineer with Applied Flow Technology (AFT) where she provides technical support to individual clients using AFT products. Stephanie is a graduate of the Colorado School of Mines with her Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering with a minor in Computational and Applied Mathematics. 
Scott is an Engineering Software Developer at AFT, researching, improving, and creating models for fluid analysis within AFT products. Scott is a certified Engineer in Training and holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering (2011) from Colorado School of Mines.
As a PMTG Consulting Engineer, Dylan works over a wide range of industries providing hydraulic modeling expertise, risk analysis, and quotes and perspectives. He is currently pursuing licensure as a Professional Engineer in the state of Colorado and holds a Bachelor's of Science in Mechanical Engineering (2014) from Colorado School of Mines.