Christianna Edrington dead and obituary, Engineering from Arkansas State – cause of death

Christopher S. Edrington received his BS in Engineering from Arkansas State University in 1999 and his MS and PhD in Electrical Engineering from Missouri University of Science and Technology in 2001 and 2004, respectively, where he was a U.S. Department of Energy GAANN Fellow for his Master’s degree focused on Control Systems and NSF IGERT Fellow, and his Ph.D. focused on Variable Speed ​​Drive Systems.

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Previously, he was a professor of electrical and computer engineering in the FAMU-FSU School of Engineering and led power conversion and integration research at Florida State University’s Center for Advanced Power Systems.

His research interests include modeling, simulation, and control of electromechanical drive systems; applied power electronics; distributed control; integration of renewable energy, storage, and pulsed power loads.

Dr. Edrington has published more than 160 articles (including 2 IEEE awards), has completed 23 undergraduate and 16 PhD students (5 of which are in research), and holds 6 patents (in real-time stability and complexity metrics) , and 1 patent pending (construction of linear actuators for automotive applications).