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On paper, I’m just electrical engineer in the electric power industry. In reality, I write instruction manuals and white papers, mentor young engineers, do programming/coding as the occasion requires, and I am the go-to person at the office in matters relating to equipment monitoring and control.
Outside of work, I occasionally write short op-ed pieces for a small newspaper, less frequently do photography, and I‘m always doing the family thing with my wife, our nine year old son, two cats, and a pug. Recreationally, I have a very healthy appreciation of nature, classical music, breathtaking views, history, and a good bottle of wine.
I really enjoy writing; my inner-nerd ensures that it is factual, my country upbringing heavily influences practicality, my experience effects professionalism, and my passion guarantees poignancy.
In general, I’m just swimming in the river of life, and I enjoy a good challenge when one comes along.
A LinkedIn article I wrote a few years ago on how the manufacturing industry is changing in ways the electric power industry already has.
This was a white paper I wrote for my employer that had only minor edits by the marketing folks.
One of several articles I wrote earlier in the year about so simple items in my back yard
A paper I wrote for a recent IEEE conference
Coordinated the completion of a project as a propulsion and controls contractor for a subway train contract for the Toronto Transit Commission
I worked there from 11/2012 until 8/2014
Electrical Engineer in a large and old coal-fired power plant
I worked there from 9/2009 until 10/2012
Providing steam turbine controller retrofit solutions in power plants
Company: Emerson Electric
I worked there from 8/2000 until 8/2009
Provides monitoring and control solutions in electrical substations
Company: Mitsubishi Electric Power Products, Inc.
I worked there from 2/2015 until now