BE, ME, PhD, CPEng
Michael began working part-time at MEL Consultants in 1999 and then full time as a Senior Engineer in 2003. His PhD research investigated the effects of surface roughness and free stream turbulence on stationary circular cylinders at high Reynolds numbers. At MEL Consultants, Michael is responsible for wind-tunnel tests and data analysis, and the development of advanced instrumentation and data analysis systems. Michael recent research has investigated wind effects on tall buildings including the effects of vented facades. He is active in the wind engineering community, presenting papers at national and international conferences. Michael has been a member of AWES since 1998.