Max Parker
Max Parker received his Engineering Doctorate (Eng.D.) degree in Power Electronics, Drives and Machines from the University of Newcastle Upon  Tyne, UK, in 2009.

He is currently working as a research associate in the Power Electronics, Drives and Energy Conversion group at the  University of Strathclyde.

His research interests includes modular and  fault-tolerant power electronics for wind energy and power transmission, and the interaction of generator, power electronic and collection/transmission network design for offshore wind.

He is currently carrying out research on the interaction of wind energy with HVDC transmission systems as part of the EU-funded Best Paths consortium.