LayerZero Power Systems Co-Founder Jim Galm Elevated To Senior IEEE Member Grade

Chagrin Falls, OH (PRWEB) July 28, 2011

Jim Galm, vice president and chief technical officer of LayerZero Power Systems, Inc., has been selected as a Senior Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) member. The grade of Senior Member requires experience reflecting professional maturity and significant professional achievements.


Jim Galm has contributed towards significant discoveries and advancements in the power distribution industry, having authored numerous patents, including LayerZeros Dynamic Phase Compensation Technology. Jim Galm has helped develop LayerZero Power Systems line of power distribution products, including the companys Static Transfer Switches, Power Distribution Units and Remote Power Panels.


The IEEE is the worlds largest professional association for the advancement of technology, only 8% of its over 400,000 members have achieved senior grade. Senior Member is the highest grade for which IEEE members can apply. To be eligible for consideration, candidates must:


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