Dr. Sohail Anwar
Dr. Anwar’s research interests include Renewable Energy Systems, Green Building, Nanotechnology Applications in Energy, and Energy and Sustainability. Undergraduate students with an interest in any of the above mentioned energy-related topical areas are encouraged to contact Dr. Anwar for potential research opportunities. Some of the recent undergraduate research projects co-supervised by Dr. Anwar may be reviewed at the following links:
- Development of a Mobile Photovoltaic System for Aid in Disaster Relief
- Economic Feasibility of Micro-Grid Energy Storage and the Impact of Emerging Technologies on its Viability
- Methodological Framework for the Implementation of a Smart Grid in a Sub-Saharan Country: Senegal
Dr. Todd Batzel
Dr. Batzel’s research interests lie generally in the area of electric machine design and control, power electronics, and power system prognostics. The application areas of his research include electric vehicle propulsion systems, industrial machine controls, and diagnostics and prognostics for mission critical systems.
Dr. Mihai Comanescu
Dr. Comanescu’s research interests include Power Electronics, Estimation and Control of AC Motor Drives, Nonlinear and Sliding Mode Control, and Renewable Energy Applications.
Dr. Christopher Martin
Dr. Martin’s research interests include Thermal fluid control; Sensing and control in oxy-fuel and plasma thermal processes; thermo-acoustic instability prediction and suppression in power systems.
Dr. Jeffrey Moore
Dr. Moore’s research interests include propulsion, combustion, thermal sciences, and sports science. In propulsion and combustion, specific areas include propulsion system applications, non-toxic propellants, and attitude control thrusters. In thermal sciences, interests lay in fluid flow through complex passageways. For sports science, applications in areas of basketball through shooting and arc evaluation.
Dr. Peter Shull
Dr. Shull’s research interests include Nondestructive Evaluation Applied to Process Control; Pragmatic Methods to Improve Student Success, Active and Engaged Learning, Factors that effect recruitment and retention of underrepresented groups in engineering, and Professional Skills Development.