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.