Will (PhD, Engineering) has a decade of experience applying numerical analysis and engineering to solve practical problems and generate value for customers. Previously, Will worked in an engineering software firm, helping medium-to-large scale customers across industrial sectors develop superior products and reduce their time-to-market. As a graduate student, he applied statistical modeling and physics-based simulation to estimate the impact of policy decisions on lifetime maintenance costs for a regional transportation authority.
Will holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Virginia, and a PhD in Engineering from Cambridge University. Outside work, Will enjoys the fantastic Charlottesville-area food scene with his wife and son, as well as cooking, (most) music, swimming, distance running, and travel.