Title: Research Scientist
Location: Kurrajong Hills, New South Wales, Australia
John Joseph Graham, Research Scientist at GISTA, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Scientists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in information technology and electronics.
Supported by a Bachelor of Science in physics from the University of South Wales in Australia, Mr. Graham also holds a diploma in business from McDonald’s University, an advanced degree in electronics and a diploma in information technology. Certified by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) in numerous capacities, he has been serving as a scientist for GISTA since 2007 and a researcher for Quickfix since 1998, both located in Penrith, Australia.
Prior to obtaining his most recent roles, Mr. Graham served as a technical director for Surefix in Sydney, Australia from 1994 to 1998, having commenced his career as director of Graham Industries in Kurrajong, Australia in 1990. He served as director of the eponymously-named business for 20 years. Alongside his primary pursuits, Mr. Graham has been a consultant in Sydney since 2008 and in Port Macquarie, Australia since 2007, having also contributed his expertise to Aston Martin and Porsche. Additionally, he maintained affiliation with Energy Australia and Integral Energy.
A contributor of several articles to professional journals, Mr. Graham is renowned for his designs of self-powering equalizers and research in artificial intelligence. He has also designed software insurebase and was the first to develop microbeam therapy and research the power surge effects on circuits. He is certified in Adobe Photoshop, Final Cut Server, Microsoft Server and Microsoft SharePoint Server.
Notably, Mr. Graham is a master member of Porsche, as well as a member of the IEEE, IEEE Consumer Electronics Society, IEEE Power Engineering Society, IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society and the General Services Administration, among myriad other organizations. Funded by numerous grants from the Government of Australia beginning in 2005, he attributes his success to hard work and his curiosity. Looking toward the future, he intends to become more prominent within the world of science, particularly within his native Australia, as well as throughout Europe and the United States.
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