Mike Miller works for NuScale Power, an Oregon-based company whose mission is to improve the quality of life for humankind by continuously improving nuclear power. Mike has spent the last nine years as a project manager, building and structures supervisor and systems integration lead for NuScale. For the last five years, he has been the lead client project manager working with UAMPS on the Carbon Free Power Project Small Modular Reactor, including management of the supporting DOE cost share cooperative agreement.
Prior to NuScale, he was a nuclear-trained submarine officer, a research assistant on the AP 600 thermal hydraulic testing facility at Oregon State University and spent over fifteen years in the high-tech industry at Hewlett Packard in the development of the industry-leading ink jet printing devices. He also co-founded M3 Wave Energy, a start-up developing a novel wave energy generator and DOE grant recipient.
Mike has degrees in Physics and Engineering Physics from Oregon State University and is a certified Project Management Professional. He currently lives with his wife in the coast range outside of Corvallis Oregon, in the heart of Oregon’s vineyard, micro-brew, organic farm and craft distillery country.