Andrew Butcher

“I have a passion for understanding the fundamental challenges encountered in new product design and to develop the methods and ideas to affect a successful technical design”

I am the general Research and Development Manager at Infuser Denmark. Prior to working for Infuser full time, I completed an Industrial Post-Doc at Copenhagen University, co-funded by the Danish Maritime Foundation, Infuser, and Copenhagen University, where I studied the impact of transition metals in scrubber water chemistry. Prior to this, I studied Aerosol Science with an emphasis on natural sources of aerosols from the ocean. Before my PhD and Post-doctoral studies, I studied Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University with emphasis on energy systems and chemical energy transformations. Furthermore, I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from California Maritime Academy, where I double majored in Marine Engineering Technology by earning an unlimited USCG 3rd Assistant Engineers License.

I have a passion for understanding the fundamental challenges encountered in new product design and to develop the methods and ideas to affect a successful technical design. Within the five years working with and at Infuser, I have been involved in experimental and technical work driving ozone generators, catalyst design, UV light systems, and stands, together with my colleagues. The experimental and technical work is the foundation for the development of the majority of new Infuser Technology, including Excimer-VUV based pollution control.

My free time is spent with my family and working on our 1920s home and garden. I am an avid commuter cyclist and has only driven to work in Copenhagen from my home 30-40 times in the 10 years I have lived in the city.

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