Electrical and Controls Engineer
Research Areas: Bioenergy Technologies
Biography: Patrick Bonebright is an electrical and controls engineer for Idaho National Laboratory, where he started in July 2016. He was president of In Tention, Inc., a company in San Diego, CA, providing technical expertise to clients in aerospace, defense, national security, automotive, manufacturing and product development. He designed and built a 27-axis laser interferometer system used during cryogenic testing of the James Webb Space Telescope. He has laid out greenfield production facilities for Decision Sciences Corp. and Rock West Solutions and designed and built electrical and control systems for Meggitt PLC, an aerospace company. He holds a bachelor’s in electrical engineering from South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and CDMA Engineering certification in cellular communications from University of California-San Diego.
B.S., Electrical Engineering - South Dakota School of Mines and Technology