United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Terry Jackson

Mr. Jackson has a long history of working with operating and new reactor licensing and inspection topics in the U.S. and abroad. From 2007 to the present, he served as the Chief of the Instrumentation, Controls, and Electronics Engineering Branch in the Office of New Reactors. His branch is responsible for the instrumentation and control system safety review for the AP1000, U.S. EPR, and APR-1400 designs. He also serves as the chair for the EPR I&C Technical Expert Subgroup within the Multinational Design Evaluation Program (MDEP). Prior to his current position, he served as Resident Inspector (2001 - 2005) and Senior Resident Inspector (2005 - 2007) at the Diablo Canyon Power Plant. Mr. Jackson joined the agency in 1993 through the U.S. NRC Graduate Fellowship Program as a Digital Instrumentation and Control Engineer in the NRC's Office of Research. He is currently a licensed electrical engineer in the State of California.
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