Gregory M. Shaver
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Gregory Shaver

Education: 

  • Ph.D., Stanford University
  • M.S., Stanford University
  • B.S., Purdue University

Research and Experience Highlights:

  • Dr. Shaver's research interests include modeling, design and control of advanced powertrains; powertrain control strategies that allow the efficient and clean use of conventional fuels; and coal-derived fuels and biofuels.
  • Dr. Shaver has co-authored a number of research papers, including "Computationally Efficient Whole-Engine Model of a Cummins 2007 Turbocharged Diesel Engine," "Fuel Blend Fraction Estimation for Fuel-Flexible Combustion Control: Uncertainty Analysis" and "Pulse-to-Pulse Coupling and Flow Rate Estimation."

Purdue University Courses Taught

  • ME365: Measurement Systems
  • ME375: System Modeling and Analysis
  • ME475: Automatic Control Systems
  • ME575: Theory and Design of Control Systems
  • ME675: Multivariable Control Systems
  • ME689: Adaptive Control

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