Stanley A. Miske, Jr.


Stanley A. Miske, Jr.
Stanley A. Miske, Jr.
Paterson, NJ, USA
Associated organizations
General Electric (GE)
Fields of study
IEEE W.R.G. Baker Award


Stanley A. Miske, Jr., was born in Paterson, New Jersey on September 21, 1942. He received the B.E.E. degree from the University of New Hampshire, Durham, in 1964 and the M.E.E. degree in electric power engineering in 1967 from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York. In 1967 he joined the Arrester Product Section of the General Electric Company, Pittsfield, Massachusetts as a development engineer. His work areas were high voltage AC and DC station arresters. During the course of this work he was awarded six patents on arrester design and co-authored a paper on arrester protection of HVDC converter terminals.

In 1972 Mr. Miske transferred to General Electric's Electric Utility Systems Engineering Department where his responsibilities are transient studies and arrester application. In this capacity he has co-authored two papers on arrester application, "Cables Can Stress Arresters" and "A New Concept In Station Arrester Design".

Mr. Miske is a member of Tau Beta Pi and IEEE.