University of Minnesota
Director, University of Minnesota Technological Leadership Institute
Massoud Amin serves as the H.W. Sweatt Chair in Technological Leadership, directs the
Technological Leadership Institute (TLI)
and is a
University Distinguished Teaching Professor
and a professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Minnesota. He works on enabling smart, secure and resilient infrastructures. He leads extensive projects in smart grids, is the chairman of the
IEEE Smart Grid
, and is considered the father of smart grid.
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: How renewable energy advocates are hurting the climate cause
: Toxics in our environment linked to severe immune disorders:
: Overly optimistic reports of
’ success are misleading and counterproductive.
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Renewable energy advocates are hurting the climate cause
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