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Reed Sanchez, Andy Yoon, Xuan Yi, Yuanshan Chen Lijun Zheng, Kiruba Haran, "Mechanical Validation of High Power Density External Cantilevered Rotor", IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications 54 (4), 2018.
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Electric Motors. Electrify The Future Symposium. GE Research Center, Niskayuna, NY. 2018
Electric Aircraft Seminar: Technological Challenges for Electric Aviation. MIT AeroAstro, Cambridge, MA. 2018
Electric Propulsion For Commercial Transport Aircraft. Special Seminar. Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China. 2018
High-Specific-Power Machines and Drives for Aircraft Propulsion. Special Seminar at the Center of Excellence in Energy Efficiency (EXCEN). Universidade Federal de ItajubBrazil. 2017
Electric Propulsion for Commercial Transport Aircraft. Invited speaker seminar in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Concordia University, Montreal, Canada. 2017
High Frequency Aircore Machine & Drive. Special Session on Hybrid Propulsion Concept Development for Transport Class Aircraft at AIAA SciTech, 2017.
Keynote: Electric Propulsion for Commercial Transport Aircraft. IEEE ICIAfS, 2016.
High specific power machines and drives for electric propulsion. AIAA Aircraft Electric/Hybrid-Electric Power & Propulsion Workshop, 2016.
Superconducting machines for future electric aircraft. More Electric Aircraft USA, 2016.
Key Electrical Technologies: Design and Test of Superconducting Electric Machines for Airborne Application. 2nd Bauhaus Luftfahrt Symposium Aviation 2050 Shaping the Future, 2015.
1MW Non-cryogenic Motor. AFRL, Wright Patterson Air Force Base. 2015
Guest Editor, Special Issue on: Electric and Hybrid Electric Propulsion for Aviation, IET Electric Power Applications Journal
Editor, IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion, 2015 -
List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent by Their Students - ECE 330 Electromechanics and Power Circuits (2016)
AIAA Associate Fellow (2019)
IEEE PES Distinguished Lecturer (2017)
Grainger Associate (2016)
Leading Edge Aeronautics Research for NASA Award (2015)
IEEE Fellow (2014)
GE Gold Medallion Patent Award (2013)
GE Power Conversion Systems Technical Achievement Award (2010)
GE Chief Engineers Award (2008)
Hull Award, GE Global Research (2006)
National Academy of Engineers' Frontiers of Engineering Symposium (2005)
GE Power Systems Engineering Award (2002)
Allen B. Dumont Prize, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (2000)
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