Title: Principal Key Expert
Company: Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy
Location: Titusville, Florida, United States
Juan Redin Miqueleiz, a principal key expert at Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Engineers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of mechanical design.
With more than 35 years of experience in his chosen field, Mr. Redin Miqueleiz has earned acclaim through his role at Siemens Gamesa, a global technology leader in the renewable energy industry. Leveraging his key understanding of the mechanical engineering industry, particularly in drivetrain technology and gearing systems, he consults on behalf of various major development projects. Having risen to his current role in 2020, Mr. Redin Miqueleiz initially joined the company as a design engineer in 2004, and has worked in the states of Virginia, Pennsylvania and California over the course of his tenure.
Prior to taking on his position at Siemens Gamesa, Mr. Redin Miqueleiz served between 1992 and 2004 as an engineer at TRW, where he designed high-pressure steering boxes and served as a team leader in the Pamplona area of Spain. Previously, he worked at Aceralia, formerly known as Perfrisa, as a research and development design engineer for industrial cladding and cooling chamber design solutions from 1988 to 1992.
Before embarking upon his professional journey, Mr. Redin Miqueleiz studied mechanical engineering at EUITI El Sario de la Universidad de Navarra, from which he received a bachelor’s degree in 1987. In accounting for his subsequent success, he largely credits his sense of flexibility – straying from the traditional orthodoxy of engineering, he strives to bring all the disciplines he can muster into every solution. Likewise, Mr. Redin Miqueleiz attributes his practical and empirical outlook, believing that every problem need not be formalized in order to be solved.
Looking toward the future, Mr. Redin Miqueleiz hopes to continue leading the development of the next generation of machines. Gradually, he hopes to start planning for his retirement and transition toward the consulting sector. Furthermore, he hopes to transfer his knowledge to younger engineers as a mentor and teacher.
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