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Rob is an expert in the field of marine energy technology, bringing broad knowledge from nearly a decade of experience across current and wave energy to the lab. His technical skills include applied experience in both mechanical and electrical engineering, having performed engineering design and prototyping in industrial and academic settings. Rob holds a joint appointment as a Senior Engineer in the Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) at the University of Washington and serves as an Affiliate Assistant Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department. His work spans PNNL’s marine energy portfolio, from the Powering the Blue Economy initiative to developing environmental monitoring techniques.