Fractory’s team has been expanding in the last month. There are a few people we want to introduce you to and the first of them is Kaur Tuttelberg, PhD.
We promised to deliver more automated services this year. This is why we brought him here. A large part of Kaur’s PhD work involved developing learning-based tools for monitoring of electric power systems.
Kaur’s academic research career has taken him to universities in Estonia (TalTech), Sweden (KTH) and Norway (NTNU). Most of his research work focused on power systems, but he has also worked on computational methods in nuclear engineering.
He has also worked in the more practical side of the industry. His introduction to mechanical engineering and design came through the development of a novel generator design for wind turbines at Goliath Wind.
At Fractory, he is responsible for developing algorithms and machine learning tools to enable new and more advanced services. We think his profile suits us perfectly and the first signs are already easy to see.
So next time we have some good service-related news for you, you know who to thank.