Affiliated Researchers: Electric Potential

Affiliates are Penn Staters who have a connection to or an interest in the work of the Institute of Energy and the Environment.

Displaying 10 search result(s) for Electric Potential.

Elizabeth Traut



Top research keywords: Electric Vehicle, Electric Bikes, Vehicle, Multimodal Transportation, Resiliency

Rongming Chu


Professor, Electrical Engineering
Top research keywords: High Electron Mobility Transistors, Heterojunctions, Two Dimensional Electron Gas, Breakdown Voltage, Two-Dimensional Electron Gas

Yiqi Zhang


Associate Professor, Marcus Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
Top research keywords: Driver, Performance, Traffic Behavior, Field Dependence-Independence, Alarm Systems

Michael Lanagan


Professor, Engineering Science and Mechanics
Top research keywords: Permittivity, Dielectric Material, Dielectric Properties, Superconducting Materials, Ceramic

Nilanjan Ray Chaudhuri


Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering
Top research keywords: Damping, Farms, Phasor Measurement Units, Electric Power Systems, Electric Potential

Darrell Velegol


Distinguished Professor, Chemical Engineering
Top research keywords: Electrophoresis, Polystyrenes, Force, Sphere, Colloids

Derek Hall


Assistant Research Professor, John and Willie Leone Department of Energy & Mineral Engineering (EME)
Top research keywords: Electrodes, Electrochemical Sensors, Corrosion, Membranes, Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy

Masataka Okutsu


Assistant Professor of Engineering, Division of Engineering and Science (Abington)
Top research keywords: Mars, Trajectories, Earth (planet), Low Thrust, Gravitation

Peter Idowu


Assistant Dean for Graduate Studies, Penn State Harrisburg
Top research keywords: Students, Energy Storage, Electrical Engineering, Battery, Storage System

Mehdi Kiani


Dorothy Quiggle Career Development Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering
Top research keywords: Wireless Power Transfer, Inductive Power Transmission, Ultrasonics, Power Management, Transducers