Andrew Mezo M.A.Sc., P.Eng.
Andrew is a mechanical engineering graduate from the University of British Columbia (UBC), where he obtained a Bachelor of Applied Science with the Thermofluids option. He continued his studies at UBC in the field of fluid dynamics and combustion, and obtained his Master of Applied Science degree, primarily focusing on the study of jets and stratified natural gas combustion, gas mixing visualization techniques, and the reduction of hydrocarbon and NOX emissions from internal combustion engines.
Since joining Coanda in 2008, Andrew has been responsible for the management of experimental R&D programs in a broad range of industrial fluid dynamics areas, including gas-solids fluidization, multi-phase flows, feed nozzle development and optimization, mixing, and separation. He has also overseen the development and commissioning of new experimental techniques and apparatus for research programs aimed at new technology development.
Andrew is currently leading Coanda’s Experimental and Physical Modeling group, he is a member of Coanda’s Project Management Office (PMO), and is a professional engineer registered with EGBC.