Solar panels atop Dugan Hall.

Faculty

  • Ertan Agar, Ph.D.

    Ertan Agar, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor

    Electrochemical energy conversion and storage, mass/charge transport phenomena, electrochemical reaction kinetics, flowable slurry electrodes.

  • Fuqiang Liu, Ph.D.

    Fuqiang Liu, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor

    Electrochemical energy generation and storage, Solar energy conversion through photo-electrochemical reactions, Ion-conductive membranes for electrochemical systems, Nanostructured materials, CFD simulation of energy conversion devices

  • Hunter Mack, Ph.D.

    Hunter Mack, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor

    Combustion, Renewable Energy, Biofuels, Internal Combustion Engines

  • Eugene E. Niemi, Jr. Ph.D.

    Eugene E. Niemi, Jr. Ph.D.

    Professor

    Aerodynamics, Wind Tunnel Testing, Thermofluids

  • Christopher Niezrecki, Ph.D.

    Christopher Niezrecki, Ph.D.

    Chair, Professor, Director - Center for Wind Energy, Co-director - Structural Dynamics & Acoustic Systems Laboratory

    Modeling & control of vibrations & acoustics, smart structures & materials, stuctural health monitoring and sustainable energy.

  • Robert E. Parkin, Ph.D.

    Robert E. Parkin, Ph.D.

    Professor, Program & Graduate Coordinator - Solar Engineering

    Robotics, Control, Manufacturing

  • Hongwei Sun, Ph.D.

    Hongwei Sun, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor, Co-Director Multiscale Thermal Science Laboratory

    Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS), Microfluidics, Acoustic microsensors, Nano-imprinting process, Interfacial phenomena and heat transfer

  • Walter Thomas, Ph.D.

    Walter Thomas, Ph.D.

    Lecturer, Assistant Coordinator for Energy Engineering (solar)

    Solar Energy, Photovoltaics, Net-Zero Buildings, Advisor for Solar Energy Club

  • Juan Pablo Trelles, Ph.D.

    Juan Pablo Trelles, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor

    Sustainable energy engineering, solar energy processing, plasma science & engineering, semiconductor manufacturing, radiation transport, computational transport phenomena

  • David J. Willis, Ph.D.

    David J. Willis, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor

    Aerodynamics, Computational Fluid Dynamics