Susan Maley is a Technical Executive within the Generation Sector at the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI).
Susan is currently leading efforts supporting Digital Transformation and advising on research and development in programs related to Digital Transformation. Prior to this role, Susan led a program focused on monitoring and advanced data analytics as it applies to generation plants. The program and related technologies include sensors, monitoring, diagnostics, analytics, artificial intelligence, and data infrastructure/management. She remains involved in key supplemental projects, such as I4Gen™ and Digital Demonstration Facility (DDF), which contribute to development and application of digital technologies.
Susan previously led EPRI’s Program in Sensors, Controls and Automation, and initiated large efforts for I4Gen™, DDF, Continuous On-line Monitoring (COLM), and Digital Transformation (DT) Road mapping.
With more than 20 years of experience, she has participated in all stages of R&D and technology application and enjoys working with the power generators to mature and implement value-driven technology.
Maley holds a B.S and M.S. in Chemical Engineering with previous focus in environmental technologies, industrial process automation and measurement and novel sensor technologies. She has a number of published articles, recognitions, a patent for the treatment of recalcitrant compounds and is a mother of 2 boys.
Areas of Current Focus and Development:
- Sensor Technologies and COLM
- Diagnostics Development
- Application of Analytics and Maturation of Artificial Intelligence Tools