Francis Carreon holds a Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering with Honours, and a Masters of Biomedical Engineering from the University of New South Wales. His Honours thesis focused on analysis of the accommodation system using a cynomolgus monkey lens. After completing his thesis, he undertook further research at the Brien Holden Vision Institute at UNSW, in collaboration with the University of Miami, where he developed computational models of the human lens.
Prior to joining Spruson & Ferguson in 2018, Francis worked as a field engineer at an ATM manufacturing company. He was involved with the development of software and was responsible for upgrading the firmware for major banking corporations in New South Wales. He has been involved with various biomechanical projects and is also experienced in the fields of signal processing and medical devices.
Francis works in Spruson & Ferguson’s engineering and designs teams and is currently studying for a Masters of Intellectual Property.