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Timothy J. E. Miller

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Biography

T. J. E. Miller is founder and director of the Scottish Power Electronics and Electric Drives Consortium (SPEED) – an engineering collaboration between the academic and industrial world used daily by more than 100 companies and 1,500 engineers in Europe, the United States, Japan, South America and the Far East. Dr. Miller led the development of theoretical methods, design techniques and software used in the manufacturing of everyday machinery, including washing machines, refrigerators, power tools, and a wide range of industrial products. The SPEED software combines many of the advanced analytical techniques based on his published research in electrical engineering. The SPEED Laboratory at the University of Glasgow is acknowledged as the world’s leading supplier of design software for electric machines. An IEEE Fellow, Dr. Miller is the author of more than 200 publications in the fields of motors, drives, power systems and power electronics, including eight books.