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Top 100 : 2011
64 ENGINEERS AUSTRALIA | JUNE 2011 COVER STORY -- TOP 100 Alexander Gosling, 71 Executive Chairman, Metsol; Co-founder, Invetech; Melbourne Mechanical engineer, Cambridge, UK Alexander Gosling has been an international presence in the world of process engineering and product development for more than 40 years. He currently serves as the executive chairman of metallic waste solutions com- pany Metsol, which, having recently validated its process technology, is preparing for its involvement in its first commercial plant. He was the founding director of interna- tional instrument and product developer Invetech, which maintains offices in Australia, the United States and Switzerland. Gosling recently stepped down as the company s di- rector, but continues to work with Invetech as an associate. Gosling is also a director at management consultancy Capstone Partners, a governor at the Warren Centre for Advanced Engi- neering in Sydney and the southern region chairman of the Australasian Industrial Research Group, having previously served as the group s national president. Last year he was named one of the Warren Centre s 2010 Innovation Heroes, and was elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering. Andrew Jessett, 35 Chief Executive Officer, Mineware, Brisbane Mechanical engineer, University of Qld Andrew Jessett is founder, CEO and part owner of surface mining systems company MineWare. He established the company in 2005 after creating and commercialising the dragline monitor system Pegasys. He continues to oversee the company s growth and develop- ment in delivering new dragline and shovel monitoring technologies to the Australian and international surface mining industry. MineWare s success was recognised last year when it received the Emerging Export Award at the 2010 Premier of Queensland s Export Awards. Jessett said the company is currently working with clients in South Africa to roll out monitoring systems across a number of mines and sites, while also setting their sights on North and South American mining markets. Last year Jessett was awarded the Cl- unies Ross Award and the Ernst and Young Queensland Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award. Outside of work, he enjoys playing golf and spending time with his wife and two young daughters.