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Biography

Mark worked as an instrumentation engineer with the Australian Antarctic Division, over-wintering at at Antarctic bases and Macquarie Island, and later supporting marine science operations for several Antarctic seasons.

Mark joined CSIRO in 1998 as a marine science support engineer, supporting marine research on board CSIRO blue-water research vessels the RV Franklin and then RV Southern Surveyor.

Currently Mark leads the Engineering and Technology Research Program within the Oceans and Atmosphere Flagship. Under his leadership the Program aims to underpin marine science within the Flagship, and leverage its capability and expertise in instrumentation and science operations to provide tailored innovative science tools to clients both within and external to CSIRO.

Academic Qualifications

  • 1988

    B Eng Elec (Hons)
    Univeristy of Technology, Sydney

Professional Experiences

  • 1988-1998

    Engineer
    Australian Antarctic Division

  • 1998-Present

    Engineer, Director
    CSIRO