Massoud Amin's speeches offer in-depth focus on redesigning power infrastructure systems for more sustainable and intelligent energy sources. In particular, he explores the way that traditional power sources work, how best they can be altered and re-imagined, while also covering the broad topic of power.
With regards to his education, Amin has earned a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and a Master's of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Massachusetts, and a Doctor of Science from Washington University.
Amin is currently a Professor of Electrical and Computer Sciences and the director of the Technological Leadership Institute at the University of Minnesota. Prior to this position, Massoud was the Area Manager of Infrastructure, Grid Operations/Planning and Energy Markets at the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI). Amin has also the authored and co-authored upwards of 190 research papers and he currently serves on the editorial committee of six academic journal and is editor of seven manuscript collections. Due to his extensive works on power infrastructure and security initiatives, Amin has been awarded the Chauncey Award, is a six-time winner of the EPRI Performance Recognition Award and the President's Award for the Infrastructure Security Initiative. Through his experiences as a academic, a researcher and a manager, Massoud Amin's speeches thoroughly examine the pros and technical processes of more intelligent and sustainable power system.