This project is sponsored by the National Science Foundation under award 1610396 with a start date of September 1, 2016. This award supports fundamental research to address two major threats to public health and welfare, namely global warming and air pollution, by enabling the optimal use of solar photovoltaic energy. This project seeks to create … Read more
In fall 2016, Kimball was selected as a member of the inaugural class of Dean’s Scholars. For more details, consult the College of Engineering & Computing web site at http://cec.mst.edu/news/deanscholars/.
On December 12, 2015, Dr. Tamal Paul and Dr. Md. Rasheduzzaman received their degrees and were hooded. Both were funded by FREEDM.
Two press releases: Missouri S&T National Science Foundation
The IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC) is the premiere conference for both researchers and practitioners in the power electronics field. It is jointly sponsored by PELS, IAS, and the Power Sources Manufacturers Association (PSMA). Dr. Kimball has been active in APEC since 2008, starting as publications chair, and later serving as a track chair. … Read more
Since 2013, Dr. Kimball has served as the chairperson of the IAS Chapter of the St. Louis Section. The chapter has two technical meetings annually, held on the Missouri S&T campus in conjunction with the Rolla Sub-Section. If you would like to participate, either as a presenter or attendee, please contact Dr. Kimball.
Dr. Kimball was formerly a Member-at-Large of the IEEE Power Electronics Society AdCom. He continued on as education chair until summer 2015. For more information about IEEE PELS, consult their website, www.ieee-pels.org.
This project is sponsored by the National Science Foundation under award 1505610 with a start date of July 15, 2015. Modern systems such as the electric smart grid consist of both cyber and physical components that must work together; these are called cyber-physical systems, or CPS. Securing such systems goes beyond just cyber security or … Read more
This project is sponsored by the US Department of Energy, as a subcontract via the Midwest Renewable Energy Association. The vision of this overall project (including other universities and organizations) is to construct solar energy projects on university campuses using innovative funding mechanisms.
MARMET is a consortium sponsored by the US Department of Energy under the SunShot program. For more information, consult http://marmet-center.org/.