Dennis M. Darcy
Dennis Darcy is a patent agent in the firm's Boulder office with a background in electrical engineering. He has experience developing cyber programs for electric utilities and power plant developers concentrating primarily in embedded control systems and components as a senior program manager for a laboratory in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Dennis also has worked as the Chief Technology Officer for a power corporation, where he managed an extensive Intellectual Property Portfolio and established the company's technical vision for grid scale energy storage.
Dennis' areas of experience include: DC/DC DC/AC AC/AC Systems, Research & Development, Power Electronic Architectures, Technology Team Building, Parallel Power Architectures, Proposal Writing for NAVSEA, Power and Control, PSPICE/MATLAB, 1.6 MW Hybrid Drive Controller, High Efficiency Converters, DARPA Design Review, MIL STD Power Systems, PEBB at ONR, Automotive Power Systems, and snf Sensor-less Design.
- Senior Member, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)
- Working Group Chair, IEEE Power Electronics Standards Development
- Invited speaker, various IEEE Power Electronics Society Conferences
- Engineering Honor Society, Tau Beta Pi
- Electrical Engineering Society, Eta Kappa Nu
- Amateur Radio License: Amateur Extra N1PTU
- General Radiotelephone Operator License with a Ship Radar Endorsement
- Bus Connector for Coordinated Interconnect: Laboratory Measurement and Finite Element Simulation, Arthur W. Kelley, Mark Harris, John Cavaroc, Mark Jones, Ralph Linkous, Dennis Hartzell, and Dennis Darcy Record of the 1999 Applied Power Electronics Conference, March 14-18, 1999, Dallas, Texas, USA pp. 325-331
- Integrated High Temperature Converters For An Electric Combat Vehicle, Dennis Darcy, Kevin Donegan, Dennis Hartzell, ll Electric Combat VehicleSecond International Conference 1997
- The Wireless Hybrid Electric Vehicle and Product Implications of Structural Power Transfer and Regenerative Mechanical Energy, Dennis Darcy and David Dozor 96c009 Convergence International Congress on Transportation Electronics Proceedings, October 1996