HydroComp Adds Ian Mutnick as Special Projects Consultant

Press Release
Wednesday, April 04, 2012
Ian Mutnick (Photo: HydroComp).

HydroComp Inc. announced the addition of Ian Mutnick as Special Projects Consultant.

Mutnick will be providing part-time assistance to HydroComp in the areas of business development and technical management of focused client projects.

Mutnick brings a wide range of business and technical expertise which is a particularly good fit with HydroComp’s products and services in the arena of applied hydrodynamics. This experience includes conducting resistance and propulsion experiments at NAVSEA Carderock in their towing basins and sea trials, and supporting the Office of Naval Research with transition and commercialization of marine technologies. Mutnick has a BS in Naval Architecture from the Webb Institute of Naval Architecture, a Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering from Johns Hopkins University, and a MBA from the University of Iowa.

"We are pleased to add Ian to our staff, as he brings a skill set which nicely complements our brand and our business objectives,” said Jill Aaron, Managing Director. “In particular, we see Ian helping to advance our position as a designer of small thrusters for ROVs, AUVs, and other submersibles. His experience in hydrodynamic analysis with NAVSEA Carderock and for the Office of Naval Research will certainly contribute to the high level of competency that our customers have come to expect from HydroComp."
 

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