Ali Mehrizi-Sani, assistant professor in WSU’s School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, has received the Power and Energy Society Outstanding Young Engineer Award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
Mehrizi-Sani conducts research in renewable energy resources in the power system, microgrid management, and power system applications of power electronics. He has received several National Science Foundation awards, including one for the design of system-agnostic controllers for renewable resources within a microgrid, which are interfaced through power electronics converters, and another one for the development of a software learning tool for his power electronics course. Read More
Hassan Ghasemzadeh has received a prestigious National Science Foundation Early Career Research award for his work to improve wearable-based health monitoring technology. This five-year, $516,000 grant will support Ghasemzadeh as researches significant challenges with wearable technology that can potentially provide automated, cost-effective and real-time health monitoring. Read More
Gwen Kyllo is the most recent recipient of the 2018 EECS Staff Excellence Award, an award that acknowledges outstanding employees who go above and beyond their job description.
“Gwen has an exceptional understanding of the department’s finances. She is very knowledgeable regarding WSU policies and procedures. Her accurate guidance and good judgement keeps the department in compliance with policy and she is able to use her many resources to seek informed solutions to any problem or situation that our department encounters”, stated Partha Pande, Department Chair.
Dr. Diane Cook, WSU Sahlin Faculty Excellence Award