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New Research Awards
Congratulations to the Lee College of Engineering professors who received new research and additional funding awards for July, August and September 2014. A list of the new awards follows:
New Course on HVDC Transmission
Offered as ECGR 4090/5090 /ENER 6000 SPECIAL TOPICS: HVDC TRANSMISSION AND TECHNOLOGY, this course focuses on applications of the HVDC technologies in transmission of electric energy. Benefits, design aspects and dynamic performance of the HVDC systems will be discussed. Modern converter topologies, cable technologies, control and interconnection with AC grids will be studied. Pre- or Co-requisites: Knowledge of power networks analysis, calculus and differential equations, elementary matrix analysis, basic principles of power electronics and control.
Dr. Hilger Recognized by Water Environment Federation
Former Lee College of Engineer professor Dr. Helene Hilger was recognized by the Water Environment Federation with its Fair Distinguished Engineering Educator Medal at its 87th annual WEF Technical Exhibition and Conference in September 2014 in New Orleans.
INES Student Wins Analytics2014 Poster Contest
Bidong Liu, a student in the Infrastructure and Environmental Systems Ph.D. program was recognized as a poster winner of the Analytics2014 conference hosted by SAS in Las Vegas, NV, Oct 20-21, 2014.
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