- Currently working as System Analyst at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Greater Boston Area
- PhD in electrical engineering at Florida International University at the Energy Systems Research Laboratory.
- He received his B.S. in electrical engineering technology at the University of Central Florida, Orlando in 2008 and M.Eng. degree in electrical engineering at Pennsylvania State University – Harrisburg. He worked as an engineer at the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Dahlgren, Virginia on a wide range of Marine Corpsand Naval projects. In 2012, he detailed with the Naval Research Laboratory integrating flexible PV with wearable power mangement solutions.
- Battery behavior and characteristic analysis through the development of an advanced battery quantification system
- Advanced non-evasive battery management systems for utility systems
- Intelligent control algorithms for lead acid and lithium ion battery systems
- Development of intrinsic models for galvanic cells to improve legacy battery equivalent circuit models
- Utilization of nanotechnology usage inside the battery electrolyte to improve voltage stability, reduce internal resistance, and decrease impacts of state-of-health
- High-powered battery charger power quality investigations and harmonic reduction
- Optimal Renewable Energy Farm and Energy Storage Sizing Method for Future Hybrid Power System
- Quantifying Battery State-of-Health in Microgrid Applications
- Design and Control of a Grid-Tied P-V System for Medium-Sized Household in South Florida
- Improved Estimation Methods for Lead Acid Utility Arrays for Microgrids
|| firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Electrical Engineering