My name is Ori Barbut. I do engineering consulting. I have both practical experience and formal education in the following disciplines:
Nearly no project can be categorized entirely under a single domain. Understanding other domains that you my clients have expertise in makes me more effective even when hired to work in another domain on a project. For example, if I am hired solely to design an interface for a nuclear power plant, it is useful to the client that I have an understanding of the engineering processes being displayed and controlled in the interface, as well as what the effects of my design are on the programmers responsible for software implementation.
Sometimes I am programming for a client where the software itself is the end-goal for a project, or sometimes that software will be part of a rapid prototyping process to answer other design questions for an interface or electromechanical control system. Not having to wait for another party for software development to do this kind of hypothesis testing means I can deliver results much faster.
Working across disciplines creates more value for my clients than a consultant who specializes in a single field. Your project is interdisciplinary and has deadlines to meet; hire a consultant that is agile and can understand how the parts of your project form a whole.
If you have a project in mind, send me an email (email@example.com) with an overview of what the project goals are and what aspects you would like me to be involved in. If my schedule is too busy or if I don't think I can provide a valuable contribution, I will be honest with you about it and if possible refer you to someone else who would be able to help.
From my experience, the earlier we have a conversation, the more useful my contribution can be. Even if you are still in the planning stage and uncertain about requirements, I'd love to hear from you.
I hold a Bachelor of Applied Science and a Master of Applied Science from the University of Toronto.
I've worked on a variety of projects for clients in energy to agriculture to aerospace.