Matt studied Mechanical Engineering at Durham University, completing a final year industrial project on turbomachinery sealing with Alstom Power and graduating in 2016. He has experience working on prototype subsea vehicles for pipe and cable laying applications, as well as a ship-based submarine rescue systems as part of summer internships.
After doing a year of charity work post-graduation, Matt began his career at Dyson, starting off as a graduate in the Environmental Care New Product Innovation team working on concept fans and purifiers. Matt's first project was the now released Dyson Zone, where he owned the mechanical design of the compressor, airflow, and mounting. Having gained expertise in mechanical and fluid simulation, he then moved into the Dyson Digital Motors team, once again looking at early-stage development of next generation high speed motors.
Jumping out of the world of consumer goods and into the exciting realm of automotive simulators, Matt is now a Mechanical Engineer here at Dynisma, applying his skills to the development of our products.