Jack is a research scientist who joined us earlier this year upon earning a master's degree in Ocean Engineering from the University of Rhode Island.
Jack is a masters graduate in ocean engineering from the University of Rhode Island. He has experience in the use of simulation to solve complex engineering problems, utilizing the science of biomimicry and bio-inspiration. His thesis “Passive Object Detection Via An Artificial Lateral Line And a 2D Viscous Flow Model” used complex fluid dynamics simulations to design and test algorithms for a data assimilation method which could be implemented on marine vehicles for a variety of purposes. The use of simulation both increased the speed of algorithm development and decreased the cost and risk of experimentation. Here at Introspective Systems, he works as a research scientist and programmer for developing and testing our electrical grid technology through modeling and simulation with xGraph technology.
Lessons from Microgrids Applied to the COVID-19 Crisis
By Trevor Gionet and Kay Aikin There are parallels between COVID-19 responses and the management of the electrical grid of the future. Concepts like “flattening the curve”1 and” self-quarantine” …Continue Reading