News-Gazette highlights non-traditional students
Victoria Halewicz, ECE ILLINOIS
6/19/2017 2:54:44 PM
Reinhard began his doctoral work in 1998. With just two years of graduate school left, he was asked by the US Army to command an ordinance at Fort Lewis. Soon after, 9/11 occurred, and he remained loyal to his service for 28 years.
While at ECE ILLINOIS, he was advised by Peter W Sauer. Reinhard has notably led a nine-student research team on using synchrophasor data to measure the power grid’s operating state in near-real time. He was named a 2016 Siebel Scholar, a member of the first class that recognized students in energy science.
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