2013 RESEARCH YEARBOOK
2013 Research Yearbook In collaboration with colleagues and students — and often in pursuit of solutions to global problems — the faculty of the College of Engineering extend knowledge on engineering’s many frontiers, including sensorimotor control, acoustic-to-articulator inversion systems, technologies for pediatric orthopaedic disabilities, fault-tolerant electric machines and drives, advanced prosthetic design, and energy-or-nutrient generating water remediation techniques. In addition to listing prominent honors, grants and publications from the 2012-2013 academic year, this section highlights a number of faculty members from the college whose research is breaking new ground and earning attention.
DEPARTMENT OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL, CONSTRUCTION AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
Taly Gilat-Schmidt, Ph.D.
Mark Federle, Ph.D., P.E., CPC
The 2013 Marquette University College of Engineering Outstanding Research Award.
ASCE Outstanding Reviewer, Journal of Management in Engineering, May 2013.
2012 IEEE-IAS Electric Machines Committee Prize Paper award for “Calculation of Magnet Losses in Concentrated-Winding Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machines Using a Computationally EfficientFinite Element Method,” with Peng Zhang, Gennadi Y. Sizov, Jiangbiao He and Dan M. Ionel.
Dean Jeutter, Ph.D., P.E. professor
Patricia A. Horner Outstanding Chapter Advisor, Alpha Eta Mu Beta National Biomedical Engineering Student Honor Society, October 2012.
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Member of the Year, Associated General Contractors of America, May 2013. James L. Allhands Faculty Mentor, Associated General Contractors of America, March 2013.
Nabeel Demerdash, Ph.D.
2012 IEEE-PES Prize Paper award for “Fault-Tolerant Technique for Delta-Connected AC Motor Drives,” with Ahmed SayedAhmed and Behrooz Mirafzal.
Published on Oct 14, 2013