Bradley Frustaglio, P.E.
Mr. Frustaglio is a graduate of Michigan Technological University and a registered professional engineer. He has 19 years of experience with YES as an electric motor designer, motor design course instructor, electric motor tester, and software developer. Mr. Frustaglio is a member of MCMA, NSPE, IEEE, and is a contributor to the Handbook of Small Electric Motors. He is the on-going software developer and software trainer of YES software, an electric motor design tool. He has design expertise in BLDC, PMSM, Single and Polyphase AC Induction, Stepper, Universal, PMDC motors, linear actuators and specialty electromagnetic devices. His design experience includes numerous applications from household appliances, industrial, automotive accessory, automotive traction, medical, military/aerospace, and specialty high temperature motors and actuators.
Craig is the Product Manager at Siemens Industry US for AC and DC drives applied in application ranges from motion control, marine, oil & gas, pumps, packaging, and renewable energy. Industry promotor of common DC bus drive systems and power regeneration including Active Front End technology.
Dal Y. Ohm
Dal Y. Ohm is the president of Drivetech Inc., a consulting company in Motor drives and power converter hardware/software, established 1997, located in Metropolitan Washington, D.C. He received MS. And Ph.D in EE from Texas A&M University, and used worked at Baldor Electric and Kollmorgen. He also taught engineering courses at San Jose State and NPU.
Mircea is the Chief Technology Officer at Motor Design Ltd. He has more than thirty years of engineering experience. Earlier in his career, he was with Helsinki University of Technology (now Aalto University) in Finland and with the SPEED Lab at University of Glasgow, UK. Mircea has published more than one hundred papers and his publications have received three IEEE best paper awards. His consultancy contributions for industry are incorporated in many state-of-the-art products. Current major projects include electrical machines and drives for hybrid/electrical vehicles, and formula-e racing cars. An IEEE Fellow, Mircea is the Past Chair of the IEEE Industry Application Society (IAS) Electrical Machines Committee and IAS Prominent Lecturer.
Michael graduated with honors from Michigan Technological University in 1990 with a BSEE focused on Electric Machines and Power Systems. His technical focus since then has been the development of variable speed, power-dense electric machines for the electrification of mechanical systems and distributed power generation at diverse firms including Hamilton Sundstrand, Joy Global, Baldor Electric, and Nidec Drive Systems. He continues this work as Principal Consultant and founder of Electric Machine Specialists, an engineering consultancy specializing in creating topology agnostic, custom electric machine solutions. Michael shares his passion for electric machine designs leading training courses in machine design and theory and providing technical support for MotorCAD software from MDL.