Dr. Husain joined the ECE department at North Carolina State University as a Distinguished Professor after serving as a faculty member at the University of Akron, Ohio for seventeen years. He obtained his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M University, College Station, TX in 1993.
Dr. Husain’s research interests are in the areas of control and modeling of electrical drives, design of electric machines, development of power conditioning circuits, microinverters for distributed power generation, inverter controls for grid synchronization, and modeling of electric and hybrid vehicle systems. He has worked extensively on the development of SR and PM motor drives for various automotive and industrial applications. The research contributions on electric machines are in the areas of design optimizations, sensorless and high performance controls, acoustic noise prediction, and parameter identification methods.
The primary application of Dr. Husain’s work is in the transportation, automotive, and aerospace industries. As a result of this exposure, Dr. Husain has developed courses for graduate and undergraduate education in electric and hybrid vehicles, and published the textbook Electric and Hybrid Vehicles: Design Fundamentals.
1993 - PhD in Electrical Engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
1989 - MS in Electrical Engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
1987 - BS in Electrical Engineering, Bangladesh Unviersity of Engineering and Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Awards & Honors
2012-2013 - IEEE-IAS Distinguished Lecturer
2010 - Prize Paper Award, Electric Mahcines, Energy Conversion Congress & Exposition
2009 - IEEE Fellow
2006 - Prize Paper Award, IEEE-IAS Magazine
2006 - SAE Vincent Bendix Automotive Electronics Engineering Award
2004 - Outstanding Researcher, College of Engineering, University of Akron
2002 - Prize Paper Award, IEEE - IAS
2000 - IEEE - Third Millenium Medal
1998 - IEEE-IAS Outstanding Young Member Award
1997 - National Science Foundation Career Award
1997, 1992 - Prize Paper Award, IEEE-IAS
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