Jerry oversees design and dynamic modeling of the Q2P development program. He spent over 21 year with General Motors as a Senior Research Engineer. For the last 14 years, he helped run the Fuel Cell Activity division of GM in Honeoye Falls, NY, where he designed and developed new innovative fuel cell stacks including bipolar plates, seal mechanisms, cooling strategies, and new electrochemical methods of energy conversion.
Jerry is an expert with finite element based structural analysis of including stress analysis, vibration analysis, and thermal analysis. While at GM, he received the Chairman’s Honor Award twice. Jerry started his 38 year engineering career at Los Alamos National Lab. He holds his BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering, solid mechanics, thermodynamics from M.I.T., and has over 25 issued patents to his name.