Associate Professor, Engineering Technology, Electric-drive Vehicle Engineering
4855 4th st, Detroit, MI, USA
Room ETB 1154
Dr. Chen's teaching and research interests are in the areas of Control Systems, Alternative energy storage, and Fault diagnosis of industrial systems. He has 5 years' industrial experience in control system design and troubleshooting prior to becoming a faculty member in 2009.
PhD. Engineering Science, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, Canada, 2004
M.S., Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, 1999.
M.S., Automatic Control, Northeastern University, China, 1995.
Dip. Electrical Engineering, Northeastern University, China, 1989. (Shenyang Gold Institute of Technology)
EET4200 Control Systems
EET 3180 Analog Electronics
EET3150 network Analysis
Control systems, fault diagnosis, and energy storage
- NSF-EPCN-1507096: Networked Battery System Management and Control for Active Diagnosis, Observability and Resilient Operation, June 2015-June 2018.
- NSF-CBET-1263723: Enabling Technologies Laboratory Student Design Program, May 2015-May 2018.