Cassidy joined Marsden Jacob in his final semester of a Bachelor of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering. He is passionate about combining physical, economic and sociological factors to gain holistic understandings of utility markets.
Cassidy draws from his burgeoning career in engineering, leadership and the physical trades to develop a holistic approach toward design and analysis.
He discovered his passion for multi-disciplinary modelling following his Honours thesis, written on the design and development of an agent-based hydro-economic model of the Murray-Darling Basin. Cassidy’s prior experience in solar design and automation allows for the rapid and precise acquisition and application of theory, regulation and analytic techniques.
Cassidy will graduate from Monash University in June 2023 with a Bachelor of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering, after which he intends to complete a Masters in Mathematics and Statistics.