Personal Profile

Tony Magri is a Windows system engineer with the Computational Science Center. He implements, supports, and integrates Windows-based technology solutions at the Energy Systems Integration Facility (ESIF) and manages a portion of the VMware infrastructure. Throughout his career, Tony has built a strong skillset in enterprise Windows Engineering and Active Directory technologies, software packaging and deployment, and maintenance and technical support, adopting an approach that emphasizes efficiency, automation, and security. His interest in renewable energy—especially wind power—began during a college project, eventually leading him to NREL. 

Research Interests

Windows systems

VMWare systems

Professional Experience

Systems Administrator, Adams 12 Five Star Schools (2012–2014)

IT Support and System Administration, KPA LLC (2010–2012)

Help Desk Analyst, Toyoda Gosei (2008–2009)

Technical Support Analyst, Quicken Loans (2007–2008)

Desktop Support Technician, Central Michigan University (2003–2006)

AutoSketch Artist and Desktop Support Technician, United Construction (2003)

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Business Administration, Management Information Systems, Central Michigan University