Education: Received an A.A.S. in automation engineering
technology from Lorain County Community College, Elyria, Ohio in
1997 and a B.S. in electrical engineering technology from
Milwaukee School of Engineering University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
in 2012. He is currently working on his M.S. in electrical
engineering at Marquette University.
Research Interests: Investigating various software
strategies to mitigate/eliminate common mode voltage and
associated effects on electric machinery and peripherals
including bearing currents and electromagnetic interference
(EMI) in Neutral Point Clamped (NPC) multilevel inverter-based
motor drives. Research and development of new methods for
improving the overall efficiency, reliability, and power quality
of power electronic energy conversion equipment and electric
machines utilized in industrial applications, microgrids, and
mature power systems.