"We work with customers and leverage our BWR expertise to ensure safe operations and optimal performance from their nuclear plants."

 

GEH Engineers Week Emerging Engineer award, 2016

 

GE Power and GEH Engineers Week Drive Customer Success award, 2016

 

SKILLS & EXPERTISE

  • Nuclear Engineering 
  • Transient Analysis 
  • BWR Reload Analysis
 

About Maggie

Maggie is a lead transient analysis engineer with GEH’s Nuclear Analysis Center of Excellence. She performs thermal hydraulic analyses on anticipated operational occurrences and anticipated transients without scram, reactor heat balance and reactor power to flow map generation. Her analyses support a variety of applications including BWR reload analyses, power uprate, and new power plant analyses.

Maggie is an inaugural recipient of GE Hitachi’s STAR award for exhibiting a strong nuclear safety culture in her line of work and in 2014, she received the North American Young Generation in Nuclear (NAYGN) Excellence Award.

Maggie started with GEH in 2010 and is a 2012 graduate of GE’s Edison Engineering Development Program. Maggie also completed internships at GEH with both the Methods and Supplier Quality teams.

Education

University of Michigan
BS, Engineering specializing in Nuclear Engineering & Radiological Sciences

North Carolina State University
MS, Nuclear Engineering