Highly motivated Cambridge graduate with an extremely unique combination of industry experience in aerospace systems engineering, academic research, data analysis, planning and scheduling and operational improve-ment. I have a Masters degree in Aerospace and Aerothermal engineering and knowledge of C++, Matlab/Simulink and VBA.
Moog is world-leader in aircraft actuation systems. Lead the development of an innovative flap panel interconnect strut for the COMAC C919 that was drastically lighter than competitors’ products.
Newton is a top management consultancy that stakes their fee on achieving a 10-50% improvement in the client’s KPI without capital expenditure. Several client-facing roles including involvement in industry-leading software that drove enablement of blue collar work on the HMS Prince of Wales. Developed a VBA-based tool in collaboration with planning teams that gave unprecedented understanding of work required to complete on-ship commissioning paths. Developed key dashboards that informed managers performance of various teams, driving plan adherence. Successfully lead software roll-out to production managers in one of the ship’s five damage control zones.
A total of four months designing and building a full-scale subsonic parachute drop test vehicle to investigate the performance of large parachutes for use on future Mars missions.
Designed and built a working robotic finger which mimics the actions of a user’s index finger by analysing the attenuation of light through a multimode optical fibre on the underside of a glove.
Apart from being a web developer, I enjoy most of my time being outdoors. In the winter, I am an avid skiier and novice ice climber. During the warmer months here in Colorado, I enjoy mountain biking, free climbing, and kayaking.
When forced indoors, I follow a number of sci-fi and fantasy genre movies and television shows, I am an aspiring chef, and I spend a large amount of my free time exploring the latest technolgy advancements in the front-end web development world.