Newbury Joins STX Canada Marine

Monday, January 10, 2011

STX Canada Marine is pleased to announce that Scott Newbury will be joining their team in January. Scott brings with him a wealth of experience in performance and safety evaluations of marine vehicles and offshore structures for government and commercial clients, using physical model testing and numerical simulations. He is also a leading authority in physical model testing in ice having conducted research into the interaction loads imposed on ship propeller and shafting systems and carried out full-scale ship trials in ice in the Antarctic. Scott obtained a Bachelors of Engineering Degree in Naval Architecture from and a Masters of Science Degree in Ocean Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

 

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