Undergraduate Course Descriptions
Graduate Course Descriptions
Fall Term Offerings
Courses taught by CEPE Faculty
ECEP 354 – Energy Management Principles
ECEP 411 – Power Systems I
ECEP 421 / 601 – Modeling and Analysis of Electric Power Distribution Systems
ECEP 501 – Power System Analysis
Other ECEP Courses
ECEP 371 – Intro to Nuclear Engineering
ECEP 380 – Intro to Renewable Energy
ECEP 402 – Theory of Nuclear Reactors
CEPE PhD Students Mohammed Muthalib and Juan Jimenez won 2nd and 3rd prizes in this year’s IEEE PES General Meeting in National Harbor, MD!
A link to the list of past winners, Mohammed, Juan, and 4 previous winners from CEPE can be found
Mohammed Muthalib 2014 PES GM Poster
Lab Photos from the 2014 IEEE PES General Meeting in National Harbor, MD (Washington DC Metro Area)
Mohammed and Juan with their awards.
Capital Wheel in National Harbor, MD
View from the Capital Wheel
Inside the Gaylord National Convention Center
IEEE PES General Meeting 2014
Safety video for the Power Lab presented by Lab Coordinator Scott Curie.
CEPE Power Lab Safety Video – YouTube.
Ph. D. students Michael Kleinberg and Nicole Segal, and Dr. Karen Miu presented
“On Measurement’ Role in Supporting Capacitor Control” at the Energy Association of Pennsylvania’s Electric Operations Committee Spring Meeting in March 2014.
Click here to view the presentation slides on the EAPA website.
The Center for Electric Power Engineering now has a LinkedIn group exclusively available to current and former faculty and staff. You can visit the group or request to join
Advancing Service Restoration via Smart Grid Technologies
A three-minute presentation from PhD students Mike Kleinberg, Christian Schegan, and Nicole Segal.