PECI 2017 Keynote Presenter:

Jennifer Pollock

Magnetics Design Expert

Jennifer Della Pollock, "Jenna," specializes in the design of custom magnetic components for power conversion systems. She spent 4.5 years designing small, efficient and low-cost magnetic components for power conversion systems in both the automotive powertrain and energy storage products at Tesla Motors. She earned a Ph.D. from the Thayer School of Engineering in 2008 as a member of the Dartmouth Magnetic Component and Power Electronics Research Group. While at Dartmouth, Pollock received the John C. Woodhouse Environmental Engineering Prize for Efficient Power Supply Design and the Women of Wind Energy Rudd Mayer Memorial Fellowship. She has authored several publications and holds a U.S. patent pertaining to her doctoral work on efficient magnetic components for power conversion applications. Before attending Dartmouth, Jenna completed a B.A. in economics and women's studies at the University of New Hampshire, an A.E. in civil environmental engineering technology from Vermont Technical College, and a B.S. in environmental engineering from the University of Vermont.

Transforming Design Methods into Tools for Optimizing Magnetic Components

Jennifer Pollock was a keynote speaker for PECI 2017