Michigan Technological College has joined the Electric power Devices Engineering Study
Center (PSERC) — a collaboration of university and industry users.
“We are very delighted to be users of PSERC, wherever our researchers can combine efforts
with other users to creatively handle critical worries in creating a modern day electric
electricity infrastructure,” said Janet Callahan, dean of Michigan Tech’s College or university of Engineering. “Michigan Tech will be the 13th university in the partnership, and will carry a few
new industry companions into PSERC,” she included.
People companions are DTE, Buyers Energy and Hubbell. The full list of member universities is out there on the PSERC site.
“The all round goal of signing up for PSERC is to catalyze transdisciplinary investigate by teaming
up with other institutions and pertinent industry companions for countrywide grant competitors,”
claimed Chee-Wooi Ten, affiliate professor of electrical and computer system engineering at Michigan Tech. Ten