Research in power and energy is a huge field ranging from power electronics and distribution systems to the study of renewable energy. ECE has a tremendous strength in this area, with undergraduate and graduate certificate programs in power and numerous faculty with power and energy related research programs. The College of Engineering is also home to The Power and Energy Institute of Kentucky , committed to establishing UK as a preeminent power and energy university nationally and internationally through support for affordable, plentiful, and reliable energy technologies, efficient effective use of renewable energy resources, and development of innovative technologies for sustainable energy.
Power and Energy
Associate Professor, Director of Graduate Studies for Electrical and Computer Engineering
Professor and Vice Provost of the University of Kentucky
Professor and L. Stanley Pigman Chair in Power, Director Power and Energy Institute Kentucky (PEIK)