Michigan Technological University has joined the Power Methods Engineering Study
Heart (PSERC) — a collaboration of university and field customers.
“We are really happy to be customers of PSERC, in which our researchers can blend attempts
with other customers to creatively address important troubles in generating a modern-day electric powered
energy infrastructure,” stated Janet Callahan, dean of Michigan Tech’s Higher education of
Engineering. “Michigan Tech will be the 13th university in the partnership, and will
bring 3 new field partners into PSERC,” she added.
People partners are DTE, People Electrical power and Hubbell Power Methods. The complete list
of member universities is out there on the PSERC web-site.
“The total purpose of joining PSERC is to catalyze transdisciplinary study by teaming
up with other institutions and pertinent field partners for national grant competition,”
explained Chee-Wooi Ten, associate professor of electrical and computer system engineering at
Michigan Tech. Ten will provide