Office:  EPIC 2337

Tel:  704-687-8416

Email: miri@uncc.edu


    Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Ohio State University, 1987.

    M.S.in Electrical Engineering, Ohio State University, 1983.

    B.S.in Electrical Engineering, Western Michigan University, 1981.

Network Theory II Class – Summer 2018

Selected Publication

  [1]  Mehdi Miri, “The Nature of Mass, Gravity, and Buoyancy,” submitted for publication, June 2018.      

  [2]  Mehdi Miri and Michael McLain, “Electromagnetic radiation from unbalanced transmission lines,”

         Progress In Electromagnetics Research B, Vol. 43, 129-150, 2012.

 Current Research

      Electromagnetic (EM) Propulsion:

EM Core

EM Core Energized

EM Core Propelled (moving at 7:00 o’clock)

New Courses Developed:
    ECGR  2252: Electrical Engineering Design I.

    ECGR 3157: Electrical Engineering Design II.
    ECGR 4161/5196: Introduction to Robotics.
    ECGR 5161: Control of Robotic Manipulators
    Engineering Design in the Global Economy, short course for visiting students from KNU.
    ECGR 6090/8090: Designing with Universal Serial Bus.

    ECGR 6090/8090: Large Scale Systems Modeling and Control.

  Invited Course:

     Designing with Universal Serial Bus, Kyungpook National University (KNU), Daegu, S. Korea. 

  Continuing Education Course:

     The Mechatronics Approach to Design, UNC Charlotte.


 Professional Societies:   Member, Phi Beta Delta Honor Society for International Scholars.

Summer 2018 Class Syllabus

ECGR 2112 (Network Theory II)