Mr Matthew Wysel
Research Fellow, Casual Lecturer - School of Science and Technology
Phone: +61 2 6773 4270
Matthew Wysel is a Research Fellow and Casual Lecturer at the University of New England, Armidale and co-Founder of WyselMoore a bespoke technical operations consultancy with clients from both the United Kingdom and Australia.
With over 15 years’ experience working across Western Europe, North America and Australasia, in both university and commercial settings, Matthew helps blue-chips, SMEs and start-up businesses leverage their technology to capitalise their information and increase the reliability and scalability of their operations.
Matthew has managed global operations for an industrial R&D company who supplied visualisation technology into the mining, oil and gas, aerospace and FMCG sectors; taught Neuro, Spinal, and ENT surgeons how to operate with increased efficiency and safety using surgical guidance technology; developed a satellite refuelling system with NASA on their Zero Gravity ‘Vomit Comet’, and designed military aircraft for Lockheed Martin and the Boeing Company.
Matthew has a First Class Honours in Aerospace Engineering, a Master of Technology Management (International Business Strategy) both from the University of New South Wales, and is a candidate in both a Master of Professional Accounting and PhD programme (Economics, Computational Science) at the University of New England.
Matthew lectures in Management Information Systems and Software Project Management to students from the University of New England’s Armidale campus.
Management Information Systems, Data Management, Software Project Management, Technology Operationalisation
Economic optimisation of data sharing platforms
Regional entrepreneurship and technology commercialisation
Matthew regularly consults blue-chips, SMEs and start-ups, design and manage enterprise and bespoke information systems, commercialising proprietary technology and streamlining internal operations using white-labelled and in-house workplace productivity solutions.