Hi there, I didn’t really specialise in nuclear power plant systems. I decided to specialise in electronics as I saw this field as the future. My predictions were even more obvious to me when I entered the nuclear power industry. More and more electronics are being used to replace sensors and measuring equipment. I wouldn’t be surprised if one day all measurement devices have some built-in electronics.
So, I never wanted to do nuclear power plant systems, but then I never wanted to do coal/oil/gas power systems either. I wanted to do electronics because it covers all of the above.
Your next question might be why I stuck with nuclear power plant systems? I stayed in nuclear power because it’s a very unique energy source, which demands unique engineering.