Stuart Burgess

Stuart Burgess, PhD – Mechanical Engineering

Expertise: Design Optimization and Biomechanical Systems

Movie focus: Biomechanical Design

Dr. Burgess completed an engineering apprenticeship with Stothert and Pitt Cranes in Bath while completing a degree in mechanical engineering.

After completing his PhD in the area of machine design he worked for the European Space Agency for five years mainly working on the ENVISAT earth observation satellite which is the largest earth observation civilian satellite in the world. He designed the solar array deployment mechanism including inventing a new type of gearbox – the double action worm gear set. He spent three years at Cambridge University as an Assistant Director of Research and Bye-Fellow of Selywn College. He led the design of the chain drive on the bicycles used by Team GB in the Rio Olympics where the cycling team won 6 gold medals and broke two world records.

He has been at Bristol University since 1997 mainly working in the area of design optimization of mechanical systems and biomechanical systems.

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