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Jefferson Science Fellowship Seminar Nov. 5 to feature Anil Pahwa

Electrical energy needs are growing globally due to increased dependence on electricity for daily activities in homes and businesses. A larger world population, coupled with development of programs to provide electricity access to 1.3 billion people around the world currently without it, add to this increased demand.

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Dr Anil Pahwa received the IEEE Power and Energy Society Technical Committee Distinguished Individual Service Award

Dr Anil Pahwa received tpahwa_anilhe IEEE Power and Energy Society Technical Committee Distinguished Individual Service Award for “Dedication and service to IEEE PES and the Power Engineering Education Committee”. The award was presented at the IEEE PES General Meeting in Denver, CO in July 2015.

An engineering test bed for electrical power


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by: Jennifer Tidball

The Burns & McDonnell Smart Grid Lab is boosting education, research and recruitment in the College of Engineering’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

The Smart Grid lab, in Rathbone Hall, includes power grid and network communication equipment to support undergraduate and graduate research projects. It is one of the first facilities to test how emerging software-defined networking technology can more efficiently manage, distribute, use and secure electrical power. Continue reading “An engineering test bed for electrical power”