Electric Power Principles: Sources, Conversion, Distribution and Use
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Professor James Kirtley is currently teaching a course on electric power systems to both undergaraduate and graduate students at MIT (Massachusetts Institue of Technology). He has been a fellow of IEEE since 1990, was awarded the IEEE Third Millenium Medal in 2000 and the Nikola Tesla Award in 2002. Since 2007 Professor Kirtley has been associate editor of IEEE Power Engineering Society’s Transactions on Energy Conversion. He lectures outside the university, writes exensively for journals and holds 23 patents. Amongst other areas, his research interests include electric ships, superconducting generator, intelligent monitoring of equipment and systems, and advanced motor/generator machines for kinetic energy storage systems.