Magnet Systems Manager John Miller will be retiring at the end of this month.
Two management changes have been announced at the U.S. ITER Project Office. Magnet Systems Manager John Miller will be retiring, effective at the end of January. Wayne Reiersen, USIPO Systems Engineer, will serve as Interim Magnet Systems Manager to help prepare for an upcoming U.S. Department of Energy review and while an international search is conducted to replace John.
Wayne Reiersen will serve as Interim Magnet Systems Manager.
Wayne joined the U.S. ITER Project Chief Engineer's Group after holding several engineering management positions at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, including work with the National Compact Stellarator Experiment, KSTAR, and TPX projects.
Wayne Steffey has been promoted to the position of Project Controls Manager, succeeding Suzanne Herron. He comes to the role with 24 years of education and experience in project management, including previous assignments at the Spallation Neutron Source, Data Motion, and World Computer Systems.
Wayne Steffey has been promoted to the position of Project Controls Manager, succeeding Suzanne Herron.
In making the announcements, U.S. Project Director Ned Sauthoff expressed his appreciation to John for his dedicated service to the project and congratulated "the two Waynes" on their appointments. return to Newsline #113