His ten years’ experience in power electronics has given him a skill-set ranging from semiconductor characterisation to project management. His principal skill is the development and testing of power electronic components and systems up to the megawatt range. He has a hands-on and pragmatic approach to be able to quickly prioritise and solve problems. His ability to simultaneously consider functional, safety, EMC and supply-chain requirements give a holistic approach to design, ensuring that a product will have a high chance of success. Deep knowledge of standards make him an excellent partner to accelerate your time to market and certification. He understands the human and technical resources that are required for hardware development and testing so can orientate your project in the right direction with clear and realistic milestones. He has always worked in multicultural teams and exercises great communication skills both with engineers of other disciplines and non-technical staff.
Dr. Daniel Siemaszko
With about 10 years experience in power electronics and systems, as a development engineer in industry and applied researcher in university, he founded PESC-CH in 2014. His strong technical skills and wide expertise reflects on the numerous targets and activities of the company. His interests range from control of power converters to implementation of modular topologies and their integration into several power systems. His social skills and ease in knowledge exchange, makes him a excellent tutor and network builder. His efficient working methods and devoted attitude makes him a valuable partner to work with and his organisation skills makes him a success oriented project leader.