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Tai Joins Energy Harvesting Lab at MSU


Wei-Che Tai joined the Department of Mechanical Engineering as an assistant professor in August 2018.

Wei-Che Tai is part of MSU’s Dynamics and Energy Harvesting Laboratory. His research interests focus on dynamics and vibration, and smart structures and energy harvesting. Current research activities include rotor dynamics, nonlinear dynamics and vibration, and nonlinear energy harvesting. His applications work includes developing energy harvesters for intelligent tires, energy regenerative vehicle suspensions, and self-powered active vibration control for rotor machinery.

EDUCATION: Ph.D. and MS, mechanical engineering, University of Washington; BS, mechanical engineering, National Taiwan University in Taiwan

PREVIOUS: Postdoctoral research associate, Center for Energy Harvesting Materials and Systems, Virginia Tech; postdoctoral research associate in mechanical engineering, University of Washington

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