INNOVATING NEW SOLUTIONS
Perform leading edge basic and applied research in electrical and mechanical engineering, with a special emphasis on applied engineering leading to prototype development in electromechanical devices and systems with high specific power, force, and/or energy storage or other unique attributes. Imbedded in this mission is educating and developing students and CEM staff members into engineering leaders of tomorrow.
For CEM to be internationally renowned in its mission area.
For CEM’s people to be internationally renowned in their areas of expertise.
The Hydrogen Podcast Interview Featuring Mike Lewis
Hydrogen Podcast episode which features CEM’s Mike Lewis. The podcast discusses several of CEM’s H2 activities, as well as the DOE H2 Scale project.
Hydrogen energy may be on the cusp. And Texas has potential to lead
Researchers at UT-Austin developed a hydrogen refueling station for use in larger projects testing hydrogen energy in vehicles.
Story by: Diego Mendoza-Moyers
Opinion: Texas has the workforce and leadership to invest in hydrogen. By Bob Hebner
The Texas Gulf Coast does not produce great surfing waves, but the state’s culture of innovation makes it possible for us to catch big waves of emerging technology and ride them gracefully to economic growth.
Resiliency in a Time of Crisis
CEM Engineers, Mike Lewis and Bob Hebner, published an article in the May 2020 special issue of the IEEE Smart Grid eNewsletter entitled, “Pandemic Implications on Power Systems”.
Conferences and Events
No conferences or events at this time
Our approach involves participation in a continuum of research projects, each contributing to our knowledge base and core competencies while leveraging the results and experiences gained in previous projects. We intend to always be on the forefront of the new age of electrification by applying our fundamental understanding of the technologies involved to an increasing number of novel application areas.
CENTER FOR ELECTROMECHANICS
10100 Burnet Road
Austin, Texas 78758
The University of Texas at Austin
1 University Station PRC R7000
Austin, Texas 78712