Jonathan Wagner has accepted a position at Northrup Grumman's Baltimore, Maryland location. Starting August 27th, 2018, Wagner will be working as a Professional Development Program (PDP) Electronics Engineer I with Northrup Grumman.
A recent electrical and computer engineering graduate from the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, Wagner conducted research here at CAPS under the direction of Professor Sastry Pamidi, an electrical and computer engineering Faculty with the College and CAPS and his Post-doctoral researcher, Dr. Peter Cheetham.
Jonathan was part of Dr. Sastry Pamidi's Applied Cryogenics and Superconducting Power Applications Group. His work with that group focused on the development of a new type of superconducting cable for power transmission and the cryogenic dielectric design.
Wagner worked with Pamidi since November 2016, and credits his most valuable experiences, he says, “to the engineering design process, which will definitely be applicable for my position at Northrop Grumman.”
“Beyond that,” Wagner explains, “I have learned to use engineering-related programs such as SolidWorks and COMSOL to help with the modeling aspect of this design process.” He will graduate in Spring 2018.