Frazer-Nash Consultancy has appointed Senior Engineer Dr Simon Inverarity to the firm’s Canberra office.
An engineer and scientist with a background in technical and support roles across many applications, Frazer-Nash says that Inverarity brings 'a breadth of engineering experience and academia that strengthens the Frazer-Nash client offering'.
Inverarity contributes a deep understanding of the systems engineering lifecycle, spanning requirement definitions, conceptual design and test and evaluation.
“Simon’s analytical, technical and problem-solving approach is a great fit for our team," Group Leader Mark Wakelam said. "He has a strong Defence background having previously worked on computational modelling for the Australian Defence Force. He’s already playing a valuable role on our technical team assessing defence innovations with the potential to provide a capability edge for Defence.”
“I was attracted to Frazer-Nash due to its reputation and the opportunities and variety of projects that require the highest level of technical thinking and application," Inverarity said.
Inverarity has a PhD in novel joining methods for metal-to-composite automotive structural components. He has degrees in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering B.Eng (Hons) and Theoretical and Experimental Physics B.Sci. He teaches subjects on Finite Element Analysis, Matlab and Solid Mechanics at RMIT University.