Dan Ludois

Assistant Professor

Electrical & Computer Engineering

College of Engineering

Dan Ludois' research focuses on a multi-faceted power electronics, fluid mechanics and electrodynamics approach to develop capacitive (rather than inductive) electrical and electromechanical power conversion devices. Applications include wind turbines, electric and hybrid electric vehicles, aerospace, energy storage and infrastructure. His research team uses extensive analytical- and computer-based analysis to design and construct laboratory prototypes for model validation.

  • Power electronics
  • Electric machines
  • Non-contact power transfer
  • Sustainable engineering technologies and practices