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Marquette Engineering Professor Nathan Weise Receives $500,000 Award from Department of Energy

Dr. Nathan Weise, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, has been awarded a $500,000 grant by the U.S. Department of Energy.

The grant is part of Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy’s program called Building Reliable Electronics to Achieve Kilovolt Effective Ratings Safely — also known as “BREAKERS.”

BREAKERS seeks to develop new medium-voltage, DC devices to better manage power by eliminating electrical faults, improving efficiency and reaction times, and potentially enabling greater proliferation of energy storage and renewable resources.

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Dr. James Richie is the recipient of the OCOE 2020 Outstanding Teacher Award, he was selected by the current OCOE senior students. 

Congratulations to our graduate students who received the 2020 EECE Graduate Student Awards. Protap Mahanta for outstanding Research Assistant and Emmanuel Adebayo for outstanding Teaching Assistant.

 Dr. Nathan Weise has been selected to receive 2020-2021 Way Klingler Young Scholar Award, one of up to four recipients of the university-wide honor

Dr. Richard Povinelli has received a $300,000 2-year grant award from Marquette Energy Analytics for “Marquette University (MU)/Marquette Energy Analytics (MEA) Research and Internship Project.”


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