The Electromechanical Systems Group harnesses energy conversion processes. We are interested in inventing.  We are interested in attacking any engineering problem whose solution will enhance quality of life, improve the efficiency and performance of a useful electromechanical process, or minimize the environmental impact associated with electromechanical energy conversion.  We are interested in anything that moves. We design and apply embedded control systems, power electronic circuits, power systems, analog and digital circuits, and new materials for sensors and actuators.

LT Spencer Shabshab receives a US Navy and Marine Corps Achievement medal

Lieutenant Spencer Shabshab receives the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for superior performance of his duties while serving in the Navy's post-graduate program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from June 2016 to August [...]

Electromechanical Systems Group doctoral candidate Daisy Green wins 2019 IEEE AutoTestCon prize paper award

ESG doctoral candidate Daisy Green won a prize paper award for the paper "Dashboard: Nonintrusive Electromechanical Fault Detection and Diagnostics" (co-authors Thomas Kane, Stephen Kidwell, Peter Lindahl, John Donnal, and Steven Leeb) at the August [...]

Grainger Energy Machines Facility

The ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Grainger Energy Machines Facility, home of the Electromechanical Systems Group, was held on Thursday May 3.