Meet Our Management Team
Joshua Chevin: Monash UAS Team Lead
Joshua joined Monash UAS in 2013 during his first year at Monash University. Having interests in aviation, flight performance, unmanned systems, mechatronics and practical skill application, he felt that Monash UAS "ticked all the boxes" and was eager to be part of the team.
In (), Joshua became the Team Leader of Monash UAS, providing guidance to the section team leaders, and supporting the entire team in our journey to the UAV Outback Challenge. He ensures that the team has the resources it needs to complete the research, development and testing that occurs on a daily basis, and also contributes his time to help out the sections when required.
Joshua is in his 6th year at Monash University, studying a Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering and a Bachelor of Science (Materials Science), and also currently works for the Institute of Railway Technology.
Bridget Anderson: Aerostructures Team Lead
Joining Monash UAS in 2014, Bridget hoped to apply the knowledge learnt through her studies to a practical real life project. She became a leader of the Aerostructures team in (), managing the design and construction of the aircraft for the UAV challenge. The social interaction and team environment with the other members of Monash UAS has also become a major reason for her continued involvement and leadership with the team.
Bridget is in her 5th year at Monash University, studying a Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering and a Bachelor of Science (Mathematics and Materials Science).
James Mare: Avionics Team Lead
James joined Monash UAS in 2015 to gain experience in writing software for real world embedded applications. In (), he became the leader of the Avionics team, where he manages over 10 people working on a complicated software system. He ensures the team meets deadlines and develops robust software to complete the UAV Challenge.
James is in his 5th year at Monash University studying a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering and is a current intern at XM2 Aerial.