Harry focuses on novel nuclear power conversion systems design and performance estimation along with their economic performance.
The primary system designed is the Nuclear Air-Brayton Combined Cycle (NACC), with secondary focus on supercritical CO2 (S-CO2) cycles.
Harry received his Ph.D. (2015) in Nuclear Engineering with a designated emphasis in energy science and technology and holds a B.S. (2011) in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Virginia.
Harry has interned at the at Nuclear Power Engineering Section of the International Atomic Energy Agency (2013). Harry has also interned at Omega Industries in Vancouver, WA, designing and producing uni-body railroad crossings and train jack panels, adhering to AREMA and ACI code standards.
In his spare time, Harry enjoys traveling and reading about foreign affairs, policy, and history. He also is very fond of cars, in particular European classics.