The EPICEA Advisory Board is a valued group of international experts who will assess the progress made towards the scientific and technical knowledge gained. This will be achieved through the participation of the representative members of the Advisory Board to Technology Maturity Assessment meetings and TRL4 review.
The Advisory Board members will also participate to public workshops.
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Dr. William A. Radasky, Ph.D., P.E., IEEE Life Fellow, IEC Lord Kelvin Award
William Radasky has been working on EMC standards since 1989, when he started his work in the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). He has been the Chairman of IEC SC 77C (EMC: High power transient phenomena) since 1992. He was also the Chairman of the IEC Advisory Committee on EMC (ACEC) from 1996 to 2008. In addition, he has participated in the following working groups: IEC 61000-1-2 (Functional safety due to EM influences); 61000-6-5 (Generic EMC standard for power systems); 61000-2-5 (Classification of the electromagnetic environment); 61000-4-20 (TEM waveguides); and IEC 61000-2-10 (Conducted HEMP environment). In addition Dr. Radasky has worked with the IEEE, Cigré and the U.S. military to develop standards and procedures dealing with EM environments.
Technical Director of York EMC Services Ltd and Professor of Applied Electromagnetics in the University of York’s Department of Electronics. From 1977 to 1979 he was with the British Aircraft Corporation at Filton, Bristol. He was appointed to a Lectureship at York in 1979 and promoted to Professor in 1995. He was appointed as Technical Director of York EMC Services at its founding in 1995. He is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, an IEEE Fellow, Vice-Chairman of the IEEE Std-299 Working Group on Shielding Effectiveness Measurement and Vice-Chairman of the IEEE EMC Society Standards Advisory and Co-ordination Committee.
Daniel Gratton (SM’01) received the B.Sc. degree in Microbiology and Immunology and B. Eng. in Electrical Engineering from McGill University, in Montreal, Canada in 1977 and 1982 respectively. From 1982 to 1985 he was designing point-to-point radios at Northern Telecom in Montreal. From 1985 to 1996 he was microwave design engineer/engineering manager at SPAR Aerospace Ltd in Montreal for programs such as the ANIK-E satellites and the International Space Station. Returning to Bell Northern Research/Nortel in cellular telephony, he subsequently joined the Canadian Space Agency in Longueil, Canada in 2000 where he is currently in charge of the Microwave and Communication group.