Check out the newly finished Electrical Engineering Technology labs in Instructional Services (IS) at UW-Green Bay. The Electronics and Circuits Lab (IS 1067) has new projectors, screens and teaching station, along with other improvements. The Programmable Logic Circuit (PLC) Lab (IS 1048) also boosts new features, such as white boards and projector. Photos and text submitted […]
Peter Gross, an incoming Sheboygan campus freshman and Oostburg High School alumnus, started working for Kohler during his senior year in high school helping create new materials from industrial waste. His apprenticeship with Kohler’s Kitchen Product Engineering Team gave him hands-on experience for his future career, as he plans to pursue an electrical or mechanical […]
Adiar Pech, a UW-Green Bay student pursuing a degree in electrical engineering technology, was selected by the American Dairy Products Institute (ADPI) as a 2018 Jim Page Memorial Scholarship recipient. DairyFoods.com has the story.
UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Maruf Hossain’s (Electrical Engineering Technology) project, “Mechanically Integrated Wind Power Generation Systems,” has been selected for funding under the 2018-19 Applied Research-WiSys Technology Advancement Grant (AR-WiTAG) program. A total of $49,236 has been allocated for use in his project, which will focus to improve the efficiency of wind energy conversion systems. […]
Electrical engineering technology students led by Assistant Prof. M. Upal Mahfuz (Electrical Engineering) toured the Paper Converting Machine Company (PCMC) located in Green Bay. Students had a great opportunity to see paper converting machines and the corresponding automation systems.
Electrical Engineering Technology students led by Assistant Prof. M. Upal Mahfuz recently toured the Wisconsin Public Service (WPS) Corporation, a utility company in Green Bay, Wis. In Northeast and Central Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, more than 450,000 electricity customers and more than 326,000 natural gas customers receive service from the WPS. Mahfuz said the tour […]
UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Mohammad Upal Mahfuz (Electrical Engineering Technology, Natural and Applied Sciences) has recently co-authored a book chapter entitled “Integration of Renewable Energy Resources in the Smart Grid: Opportunities and Challenges” in the book entitled “Transportation and Power Grid in Smart Cities: Communication Networks and Services,” to be published by John Wiley, UK. […]
Assistant Prof. (Electrical Engineering Technology) Md Maruf Hossain’s co-authored paper entitled “A Signal Reforming Algorithm Based Three-Phase PLL Under Unbalanced Grid Conditions,” was presented in the International Conference on Renewable Energy Research and Applications (ICRERA) on Nov. 20-23, 2016 at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, UK. The paper is now published in IEEE Xplore.
“Gov. Scott Walker is asking the state Legislature to pass a bill that allocates about $35 million to expand broadband and technology in rural areas. Walker was in Seymour Thursday where a year ago he held the first of more than 70 listening sessions in the past year. The governor says he heard a common […]
The UW-Green Bay Electrical Engineering Technology students led by Assistant Prof. Mohammad Mahfuz went to an industry tour to Paper Converting Machine Company (PCMC) headquartered in Green Bay. PCMC is a renowned engineering company working on tissue converting, packaging, and other technologies and has an 85-year-long experience in machine design and manufacturing as well as […]