Vertical Future welcomes Paul Gaynor, who today joined the team as an Electro-Mechanical Engineer.
Paul studied Mechanical Engineering at Loughborough University where he also completed a Ph.D. focused on the development of high-efficiency emission reduction systems for Diesel engines. Working in the Applied Optical Diagnostics group, he contributed to the design and build of a large-scale test rig and, using laser measurement techniques, collected data characterising the performance of concept system designs.
More recently, Paul has worked within the Time and Frequency group at the National Physical Laboratory, helping to develop the engineering package for their compact optical reference cavities. In this time, he contributed to the design and numerical modeling of NPL’s compact cavity and was involved in the build and deployment of several ultra-stable laser systems.
Paul will be an integral part of Vertical Future's engineering efforts, involved in design, prototyping, deployment, and general engineering efforts across our portfolio of existing and new products.