Motto: “Try it, you can do it”
What attracted you to Brüel & Kjær?
For my final year project at university in the 1960s, I used Brüel & Kjær equipment for the first time, sparking my interest in NVH. Working for Brüel & Kjær seems the obvious place to be after almost 50 years in sound and vibration measurement. Here, I enjoy my role integrating our team (which joined Brüel & Kjær 18 months ago) into Brüel & Kjær’s Global Engineering Services organization and continuing to develop the consulting business. I also enjoy the challenge of keeping ahead in an increasingly competitive world, both technically and globally.
What is the most challenging project you have been involved in?
I am part of a team that has helped to get the NVH Simulator technology to be adopted as a standard part of our clients’ vehicle development process.
What irritates you most about your own personality?
I would rather listen than talk.
If you could have one super power, what would it be and why?
Time travel – so that I could experience great historical events and prevent future disasters.
Food: Beef Stroganoff.
Book: ‘Sigh for a Merlin – Testing the Spitfire’ by Alex Henshaw.