From generation of electric power to its utilization in homes and businesses, and from the smallest motors used in appliances and electric vehicles to the largest machines for propulsion in Naval ships; the power engineering program offers a broad spectrum of courses and research activities highlighted by the presence of multiple teaching and research labs. S&T’s power engineering program strives to prepare students for a lifetime of technical growth. With technical knowledge doubling every decade or so, it is not possible to design an educational experience that will provide graduates with all the tools they need for careers that may span four or five decades. Therefore, this program is designed to provide its graduates with general knowledge as well as enough specifics to move smoothly into a productive capacity in an industrial environment. This strong base of fundamental skills can be equally useful to an industrial career or to launch an academic career. Thus, balances of theory and application, lecture and laboratory are the key to success.
Interested in discussing the research we are working on or learning more? Visit out lab at power.mst.edu Please contact:
Schlumberger Endowed Professor, Associate Dean for Research in CEC
power electronics, energy storage technologies, smart grids, transportation electrification, and wide bandgap devices
Power electronics, motor drives, control, micro grid, renewable energy, energy management, battery chargers, grid interfaces, medium voltage
Department Chair and Fred W. Finley Distinguished Professor
Microgrids, renewable energy, energy storage, electric vehicle charging infrastructure, power electronics.
computation, optimization and economics in power system operation and planning; high performance computing; electricity market simulation, evaluation and design.