United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Wendell Morton

Wendell Morton, Jr. is an Electronics Engineer with over a decade of experience in the nuclear industry and related activities. He is currently with the Instrumentation, Controls and Electronics Engineering Branch 2 (ICE2) in the Division of Engineering, Office of New Reactors (NRO), in the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC). At the NRC, Wendell is a principle reviewer in digital instrumentation and controls (DI&C) reviews for numerous applications as well as participating in and supporting AP1000 construction/inspection activities for DI&C. Prior to joining the NRC, Wendell was employed at Exelon Corporation, Limerick Generating Station, as a System Engineer in the Instrumentation and Controls (I&C) group in the Division of Engineering with responsibilities over systems such as Reactor Protection, Emergency Diesel Generators, as well as Process and Radiation monitoring.  After his time at Limerick, Wendell joined Bechtel Power Corporation, Nuclear Operating Plant Services (NOPS), serving as a  Design Engineer in the I&C group, where he performed domestic digital upgrade design and installation work in both safety and non-safety applications, along with serving as project leader with overall responsibilities in planning, budgeting and coordinating onsite work activities with licensees. Wendell has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Delaware.

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