Jeff Maskalunas

MS, Mechanical Engineering (University of Wisconsin-Madison) BS, Mechanical Engineering (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Originally from Long Grove, IL. Design, experimentation, and analysis along with significant coursework in the fields of thermodynamics, heat transfer, fluid dynamics, and machine learning. Fabrication experience with the lathe, mill, MIG welder, and other machines. MS research focused on determining thermal conductivity, heat capacitance, and heat transfer coefficients of particles for packed-bed flow for concentrated solar power and thermal energy storage systems as part of US DOE's Gen3 CSP project; funding through NREL and Brayton Energy. Undergrad research in conjunction with a PhD candidate on multi-phase, multi-component cryogenic refrigeration for a Joule-Thomson cycle with a micro-heat exchanger. 

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To become good at anything you have to know how to apply basic principles. To become great at it, you have to know when to violate those principles.

Garry Kasparov
  1. 2021
    Started role as an EEDP at the GRC
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Just for fun

Outside of work, semi-professional and elite-club level ultimate frisbee player. President of the Hodag Alumni Board which represents the University of Wisconsin-Madison Men's ultimate team. Other hobbies include water and snow skiing, snowboarding, outdoor activity, playing sports, cooking, guitar, socializing, and board games including chess and Dominion.

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