Exciting progress continues in the laboratories of Primo Wind!
The final pieces of the puzzle have been put together with the help of computational fluid dynamics specialists and aerospace engineers. With the help of many great minds we remain on schedule to be in production by the end of this quarter.
Additionally, we have been lucky enough to forge a collaboration with the Von Liebig Entrepreneurism Center at University of California San Diego. This group will be contributing their collective brain power to assist in every aspect of our product roll out ranging from materials selection to statewide regulation research. Take a quick look at their resumes below – very impressive!
Shane Plant-Mason is completing his master’s degree in Aerospace Engineering at UCSD with a focus in Fluid Dynamics and Thermal Sciences. His bachelors was in Physics with a minor in Chemistry at UCSB. He previously worked as a Systems Engineer at Raytheon Vision Systems.
Kristi Tea is currently in her last year at the University of California San Diego studying Environmental Engineering and business. She is interested in renewable energy and hopes to pursue a career in environmental finance or energy engineering.
Marthe Erdal Kjelstadli is a masters student in Materials Science Engineering at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and is doing a year abroad at UCSD. She would like to end up working with materials development and engineering, preferably within naval architecture industry.
Chandler Miller just completed his master’s degree in NanoEngineering at UCSD researching advanced energy storage materials. His bachelors was in Engineering Science at UC Berkeley where he studied power systems engineering and renewable energy technologies. His interests are in cleantech startups, microgrid systems, and rural electrification.
Justin Morinishi is completing his master’s degree in Electrical Engineering at UCSD with a focus in Electrical Circuits and Systems. He currently works part time as a Hardware Engineer at Cubic Defense Applications working with RF Communication Systems. His interests include signal processing and communication circuit design and analysis.
Needless to say, we are very excited to be working with such brilliant minds.
Until next time,