Dr. Aaron St. Leger

Aaron St. Leger is a Professor of Electrical Engineering at the United States Military Academy (USMA). He is also the Director of the Electrical Engineering Program and the Class of 1950 Chair of Advanced Technology. He received his BSEE, MSEE and PhD degrees at Drexel University. His research and teaching interests include alternative energy, electric power systems, modeling and controls. His recent work has focused on integrating alternative energy, advanced monitoring systems, and demand response controllers to improve electric power systems for military forward operating bases and wide area monitoring and control systems for bulk power grids. He is also the director of the Electrical Power Systems, Alternative Energy, and Operational Energy laboratories which support education and research in the Power and Energy field at USMA. He is an active senior member of the IEEE. He founded and served as chair in the IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) Young Professionals Committee, served on the PES Long Range Planning Committee, and currently serves as Secretary of the IEEE PES Power and Energy Education Committee (PEEC), Past Chair of the Student Activities Subcommittee of PEEC, and as Vice Chair of the IEEE PES General Meeting Steering Committee.