Center for Electromechanics
Research Unit Profile
The Center for Electromechanics (CEM) supports this goal as a leading applied research unit. Researchers at the Center are recognized for expertise in advanced energy storage and power generation rotating machines for both intermittent and continuous duty applications.
Research Unit Affiliated Faculty
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|Flynn, Mark||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Power electronics Motor drives and controls Embedded controllers Electric power systems Analog and digital circuit design|
|Hebner, Robert||Mechanical Engineering||-Production of biofuels from algae -Improved wind power systems -Energy storage -Electrical breakdown -Green ships|