Address: xxxxx, Cambridge, xxxxx
Tel: 01223 xxxxxx
Date of birth: 28/06/78
Mob: 07812 xxxxxx
2004- Present Syrris Ltd, Royston
Project Engineer for engineering consultancy.
Specilise in developing products for by chemists and chemical engineers.
Undertaking all aspects of project management, from initial research
all the way to final design and manufacture. Specific projects to
date include micro fluidic pumping, development of micro-fluidic
valves and reaction chips, and Project Leader for development of
a Calorimeter reaction vessel. Have gained significant project management
experience in an intense environment geared towards satisfying quality
objectives in demanding timescales.
2001-2003 Biorobotics Ltd, Cambridge
MEMS technologies. Microfluidics for the Biotech
industry. Developing and improving new devices for contact and non-contact
printing (ink-jet) of DNA arrays. Involved in all stages of product
development including theoretical modelling, fluid dynamics, mechanical
design work (including use of ProEngineer), experimental testing,
prototyping, and final manufacture. Named inventor on 4 patents,
and published in the SPIE journal (SPIE-4407, 281-294)
Summer 00 Biorobotics Ltd, Cambridge
Design and implementation of quality assurance
procedure, by created an automated image recognition system. Liaised
with both senior management and production staff to obtain optimal
Summer 98 Capital Controls Ltd, Didcot
Ultra-violet water disinfection systems. Designed
and built system for calibrating UV sensors to be used under varying
conditions. Created mathematical models for entire range of disinfection
units. Considerable use of AutoCAD14.
1996-1997 GAP year with Capital Controls Ltd, Didcot
NVQ Level 3, Oxford Brookes University
Attended structured engineering & management
training course at Oxford Brookes University.
Design and development of UV disinfection systems.
Sucessfully re-designed UV sensors to improve reliability. Investigated
and solved problems associated with systems running in cold temperatures.
Testing of water purity monitors. Beta testing of toxicity testers
(results used to win multi-million pound MOD contract)
Awarded prize for efforts; see education for
1997-2001 Trinity Hall, Cambridge University,
4th year (72%)
Final Year Project : MEMS systems
in collaboration with Biorobotics Ltd. Involved research into laser
machining techniques, thin-film coatings, fluid modelling and image
Examined Work: Advanced linear,
and Non-linear vibrations, Electrical Materials, Finite Elements,
Operations Research, Internal Combustion Engine.
3rd Year (2.1)
Projects: Design, optimisation,
and build of heat exchanger
Prize awarded for winner of 3rd year design project
Extensive training project on ProEngineer.
Examined Work: Dynamics and Vibrations,
Fluid Dynamics,Aerodynamics, Environmental Engineering.
1st & 2nd Year (2.1)
Examined Work: Mathematics, Mechanics,
Dynamics, Structures,Thermodynamics, Fluids, Electrical, Linear
1996-1997 GAP Year, NVQ Level 3- Business
First prize award for ‘Best contribution
to Host Company’ by the ‘Year In Industry’ initiative
1989-1996 Abingdon School, Abingdon
4 Grade As: Further Maths, Maths, Physics, Chemistry
4A*s, 5As, 2Bs: Including English, French, German, Maths.
French for Business Use
Activities and Achievements
Production Manager of June Event Committee (2000)
Organised the entire production side of a University
wide Event for 1,500+ guests within a strict budget. Work involved
hiring entertainments, sound and lighting design, marquees, health
and safety issues, and implementing creative themes and ideas.
Entertainments President (1999-00)
Organised a successful years worth of entertainment
for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights at Trinity Hall. Assumed
many roles including treasurer, booking agent, publicity manager,
sound engineer, lighting designer, and bar manager. Involved in
many negotiations with College authorities, and became adept at
keeping calm in the most hectic situations.
Member of Trinity Hall J.C.R committee
Sat on a college committee representing undergraduate’s
views at Trinity Hall. Had many dealings with college authorities
on a number of issues, including rent negotiations, building plans,
computer facilities, and even canteen food quality.
Web-site: Co-founded www.whatprice.co.uk
as a personal project to learn more about web-design, and more importantly,
about web advertising
Music: Have been involved in
the production of many theatrical and musical events
Travel: Enjoyed visiting
China on a 5 week tour, as well parts of Europe and the USA.
Address available on request
Dr David Moore
Address available on request