Thomas G. Engel

Thomas G. Engel

Thomas G. Engel, Associate Professor

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

T. Greg Engel Portrait

Biography

Thomas G. Engel (Senior Member, IEEE) received a PhD degree in electrical engineering from Texas Tech University in 1990. He joined Enfitek, Inc., Lubbock, a research and development firm, and later became the vice president of research and development. In 1993, he became a research assistant professor with the Pulsed Power Laboratory, Texas Tech University. He became an assistant professor with the University of Missouri in 1995, where he became an associate professor in 2001. He teaches both graduate and undergraduate courses in circuits, electronics, systems, electrical machines, energy conversion, pulsed power and direct energy conversion. He has consulted for academia, industry and federal agencies. His publication record includes 114 journal and conference publications and four book publications in his fields of specialization. He holds three patents and one registered copyright. His current research interests include energy conversion, electromechanical systems, energy conversion and computer-generated imaging. Engel is a member of Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu and Sigma Xi.

Education

PhD from Texas Tech University
MS from Texas Tech University
BS from Texas Tech University

Technical Focus

Energy conversion
Electromechanics
Systems

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