I started my career in the US Navy nuclear propulsion program in 1974 and left the Navy after my 6 year enlistment was over. I went to work for Illinois Power Company in 1980 at the Clinton Power Station site which was then under construction. I worked there for almost 30 years in plant operations and training roles until I retired from Exelon Nuclear (the current owner of Clinton Power Station). During my career I held a Senior Reactor Operator license and served in the positions of Shift Manager, Operations Support Manager, and Fleet Operations Specialist, among others. There is a complete resume at LinkedIn.
About the Company
Ellipsis Analytics LLC was founded in 2009, shortly after I retired from Exelon Nuclear. I chose the name for one important reason: I liked it. Ellipsis also suggested the three dots I used for a logo, and the electrons orbiting the center dot suggest my nuclear background. The company specializes in designing software solutions to business problems.
Ellipsis Analytics LLC is a company, and the company is in fact me. I collaborate with other companies as needed to accomplish my mission, but I don’t occupy a building and don’t have a staff. I do commit 100% to the projects I take on, and don’t let up until the project is completed to your satisfaction.
- Custom database and web application design and development (MSAccess, ASP.net)
- Custom configuration of eSOMS modules (Narrative Logs, Operator Rounds, Configuration Control/Deviation Records, Clearance and Tagging, and LCO Tracking)
- Implementation of existing Ellipsis Analytics applications, including: