Greg's expertise is in the design and development of software for engineering applications.
His experience includes project management, software architectural design, various
software development lifecycles, development of multi-physics simulation codes, visualization
systems, computed tomography, electronic speckle-pattern interferometry, and motion
control systems. At NREL, Greg has developed many of the pre- and post-processors
used in the analysis of data from both land-based and offshore wind energy system
simulations. He also develops software components for FAST, NREL's multi-physics engineering
simulation tool. Prior to joining NREL, Greg was a software lead for 3M, developing
medical software for the dental industry. While working at Hytec, Inc., he developed
an optical instrument for micron-level displacement measurements, designed and developed
software for the National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded Laser Interferometer Gravitational
Wave Observatory (LIGO) project, and created an experimental system for measuring
the positional stability of the ATLAS pixel detectors for the European Organization
for Nuclear Research's high-energy particle accelerator.
M.S. in Aerospace Engineering, University of Colorado at Boulder, B.S. in Aeronautical
and Astronautical Engineering, Purdue University