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Dr. Marty Yaqub

Dr. Marty Yaqub

Assistant Professor

Department of  Engineering & Technology
Phone: 903-886-5462
Fax: 903-886-5960
Email: Marty.Yaqub@tamuc.edu

Education

Degree: Ph.D.  Year: 2014

Institution and Location
The George Washington University, Washington, D.C.

Major Discipline
Systems Engineering

Degree: D.Eng.  Year: 2011

Institution and Location
Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA

Major Discipline
Electrical Engineering

Degree: M.B.A.  Year: 1997

Institution and Location
Golden Gate University, San Francisco, CA

Major Discipline
Business Administration

Degree: M.S.  Year: 1992

Institution and Location
San Jose State University, San Jose, CA

Major Discipline
Electrical Engineering

Degree: M.S.  Year: 1990

Institution and Location
San Jose State University, San Jose, CA

Major Discipline
Industrial & Systems Engineering

Degree: B.S.  Year: 1989

Institution and Location
Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL

Major Discipline
Mechanical Engineering

Research Topic(s)

Smart grid conversion and distribution technologies; Electric power generation and storage; Technologies for energy storage: Batteries; Modeling, simulation and optimization of energy systems; Energy supply chain; Energy economics; Energy and sustainability

Research Summary

Accelerate the transition to emission free smart infrastructure. Development of Photovoltaic roof that can be integrated with grid-connected lithium-ion battery storage system. Photovoltaic Solar (PV) roof tiles as renewable electric powertrain with increased efficiency are integrated with grid-connected rechargeable lithium-ion battery storage as well as off-the-grid use system. The research can lead to faster deployment of Solar PV roof coupled with grid connected battery storage suite without reliance on government’s subsidies. Key system’s deliverables include platforms for monitoring and control of solar generation and energy consumption, software development for levelized cost of electricity data analytics, efficiency simulation, and financial engineering.

Professional Background

2016-Present

Assistant Professor, Department of Engineering & Technology, Texas A&M University-Commerce, Commerce, TX

2014-2016

Visiting Professor, Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering, Monterrey Institute of Technology (Tec de Monterrey), Monterrey, Mexico

2011-2013

Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering, Endowed Pinson Chair Professor, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA

2003-2011

Consultant, Solar PV Commercial/Utility Scale Energy Systems, Nobel Designs, San Francisco, CA

1990-2003

Program Manager, Intel Microprocessor Group, Staff Engineer and Senior Process Engineer, Intel Corporation, Santa Clara, CA