Mohammad Amin Abolhasani received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. degree both in the Electrical Engineering from University of Guilan and Tarbiat Modares University in 2008 and 2015 respectively. He has been involved in research on modelling and control of power electronic converters, renewable energies, resonant converters, and integration of power converters to the grid. He joined the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at University of Massachusetts Lowell in 2017, where he is working on energy harvesting systems. He is, also, interested in battery chargers, hybrid electric vehicles, and switched-mode power supplies.




Ehsan Qiyassi, Received his B.Sc degree from Ferdowsi University of Mashhad and M.Sc. degree from University of Tehran in 2007 and 2014 respectively. He worked on high-power wireless power transfer for his masters thesis. He joined UMass Lowell in 2016 where he works on fault diagnosis of Doubly-Fed Induction Generators.



Kurt Jenney is a young professional who is working on completing both a BSEE with a Minor in Robotics and an MSEE in Power & Energy Engineering in a total of five years. His passion for learning and being a productive team player is reflected in his two internships at UTC Aerospace Systems as a Project Engineer. Kurt was frequently mistaken for a full time employee while interning at UTC Aerospace Systems because of his key role working with the engineering and FPGA design teams. Kurt also worked with an interdisciplinary team of engineers from UMass Lowell to design and build a high voltage and high temperature accelerated life test system for M/A-COM Technology Solutions in Lowell, MA.

In his spare time Kurt likes to think about renewable energies such as wind and solar, and the development of electric vehicles. He also likes to live an active and healthy lifestyle by cycling, hiking, and eating vegan.