Expert in Supervisory Control and Data Aquistion
Within the utility industry, Expert has 12 years working with control system communication, Electrical Substation automation, and the DNP3 Protocol. He has worked across life-cycle of Control Center applications in this area. He has also trained industry practitioners in SCADA Security.
Expert has run his own consulting business from 2004 to present.
Expert may consult nationally and internationally, and is also local to the following cities: Boston, Massachusetts - Worcester, Massachusetts - Springfield, Massachusetts - Lowell, Massachusetts - Cambridge, Massachusetts - Brockton, Massachusetts - Lynn, Massachusetts - Quincy, Massachusetts - Manchester, New Hampshire - Providence, Rhode Island
|Year: 1988||Degree: B.S.||Subject: Mechanical Engineering||Institution: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute|
|Years: 2014 to Present||Employer: Undisclosed||Title: Owner and Principal Consultant||Department:||Responsibilities: Expert conducts software design, 24/7 support, and training for supervisory control and data acquisition systems.|
|Years: 2000 to 2007||Employer: Rohn Rogers Associates||Title: Consultant||Department:||Responsibilities: Expert supported SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) applications at Con Edison. His responsibilities included software development, expert technical advice, and project management guidance.|
|Years: 1996 to 2000||Employer: Gensym Corporation||Title: Manager||Department: Application Development||Responsibilities: Expert managed the development team responsible for two software products, G2 Diagnostic Assistant and NeurOn-Line. These products provided Expert Systems and Neural Network capabilities to users across the spectrum of Gensym customer applications.|
|Years: 1989 to 1996||Employer: McDonnell Douglas Aerospace||Title: Engineer Scientist Specialist||Department: Advanced Space Systems||Responsibilities: Expert served as system integrator for design studies for the new Delta IV rocket concept, coordinating the knowledge from multiple engineering groups. In this capacity, he initiated and developed space systems design code based on expert system software, leading to a new business area for the company. He was responsible for power subsystem design and optimization for solar-electric launch vehicles.|
|Years: 1987 to 1988||Employer: American Electric Power Service Corporation||Title: Co-op Engineer||Department: Turbine and Cycle Engineering||Responsibilities: He developed software and hardware configurations for a Pressurized Fluidized Bed Combustion (PFBC) demonstration plant program. He assisted engineers in equipment life studies, reliability calculations, and performance correlations for components of nuclear, coal, and PFBC power generation units.|
|Years: 2014 to 2017||Agency: New Hampshire General Court||Role: NH State Representative||Description: Third term State Representative for Merrimack District #20, representing the towns of Chichester and Pembroke. Clerk for the Labor, Industrial, and Rehabilitative Services committee. Member, representing the NH House of Representatives, of the Workers Compensation Advisory Council. Member of the Executive Committee for the Merrimack County Delegation.|
|Years: 2010 to 2012||Agency: New Hampshire General Court||Role: NH State Representative||Description: First term State Representative for Chichester and Pembroke.|