- Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering – The University of Illinois (May 2024)
- B.S. Mechanical Engineering – The University of Alabama (May 2019)
As the trend towards electrification continues, improving thermal management control has become an important consideration in designing reliable systems. My current research is to understand and build models of electro-thermal systems so that we can quickly simulate and analyze how these complex multi-domain power systems perform. Our models allow us to analyze the sensitivity of each of the system components and inputs on the plant. We are developing these tools to aid in the co-design of the plant and controller which can produce the desired response during a mission profile.
- Dynamic Modeling and Control
This research is supported by:
- The National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center for Power Optimization of Electro-Thermal Systems (POETS)
 Wagenmaker, Minda and Middleton, Robert, “Transmission Shift Strategies for Electrically Supercharged Engines,” SAE Technical Paper 2019-01-0308, World Congress Experience Conference, April 2019.