|Years: 2013 to Present
||Title: Senior Electrical Engineer
||Department: Capital Projects
||Responsibilities: His responsibilities encompass a wide range of activities from development of client overall project power generation strategies and power system design philosophies for concept design phase, with overall equipment and man-hour estimates and schedules, to full detail engineering deliverables and activities. Project executions include; interfacing multiple worldwide locations, utilising Web based project communications / engineering tools, compliance to national, international and local standards, rules, regulations and guidelines.
|Years: 2011 to 2013
||Employer: UKAEA / EFDA JET
||Title: Senior Electrical Engineer
||Department: Tokamak Power Supplies
||Responsibilities: He served as Section Leader to a team of 6 engineers: management, supervision and operation of the pulsed power supplies section; consisting of electrical (rectifiers, switchgear, controls, HV charging units, control panels, data acquisition, protection and safety systems), 80 bar and 20 bar compressed air systems, cooling water and deionized water systems. In position to direct, plan, organise, and schedule preventative, routine and emergency maintenance activities. New designs of high voltage, high current d.c. power supplies, air pressure systems and various equipment responsible for day to day operation of 400 MW power supply unit. Responsible as the Power Supplies Operations Engineer. This was an operational and supervisory role for all of the power supplies systems including 400/36 kV substation and two flywheel generators used for the fusion research facility operations (1500 MW installed power). He gained engineering experience in automated equipment, controls, injections of protection, programmable controllers, switchgear, pneumatics and high pressure air systems. He managed a section of engineers and technicians, with an annual budget of £0.2MM.
|Years: 2009 to 2011
||Employer: National Cheng Kung University
||Title: Assistant Research Professor
||Department: Institue of Space and Plasma Sciences
||Responsibilities: Expert managed a project to develop a space magnetometer (ASIC Design) for a sounding rocket experiment. He provided electrical engineering services to a newly built plasma and space science laboratory. This included electrical/industrial design of facility installations concerning HV a.c. and d.c. power supplies (100 kW installed power), controls, data acquisition, magnetic diagnostics.
|Years: 2007 to 2009
||Title: Electrial Engineer / Analyst
||Department: Culham West Power Supplies
||Responsibilities: He conducted FEED for a £25MM tokamak fusion research upgrade project. Design responsibilities included: in-house design of a magnetic layout for the new spherical tokamak diverter including a magnetic layout for Classical and Super X Diverter. Directing the design of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Electrical engineering design responsibilities included: load flow analysis, eddy current analysis, thermal analysis, scenario control, magnetic layout design, particle tracing, design of high voltage test area for dummy load power supplies commissioning.
|Years: 2004 to 2007
||Employer: Loughborough University
||Title: Research Associate
||Department: Electrical Engineering Dept
||Responsibilities: Expert handled PLM for a £180K high-voltage transformer development 1 MV, 10 GW pulsed). Project management responsibilities included: in-house design, administration, estimating, specifications preparation, lab construction, directing the design of PhD students working on the project and supervision of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Electrical engineering design responsibilities included: instrumentation, diagnostics and data acquisition, high voltage, high current transmission line design, electrostatic and electromagnetic analysis, eddy current analysis, pulsed power testing.
|Years: 2003 to 2004
||Employer: I-Shou University
||Title: Adjunct Assistant Professor
||Department: Electrical Engineering Department
||Responsibilities: Expert taught an undergraduate and graduate course on computer solutions to electromagnetic problems (FDTD method, Method of moments and Finite element method).
|Years: 2002 to 2003
||Employer: Washington State University
||Responsibilities: He was responsible for the electrical performance of voltage isolators for optical ground wire applications. Project management and engineering design responsibilities included specifications preparation, field construction, instrumentation, process control, and data acquisition and analysis.
|Years: 1997 to 2003
||Employer: University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)
||Department: ELES (Slovenia) and SIEMENS (Germany)
||Responsibilities: As a graduate teaching assistant, Expert's project work included digital simulation studies, including distribution network load flow and short circuit analysis. He taught undergraduate and graduate courses on power system stability and control and components of transmission and distributions systems.