Jeffrey Yakaski


DEGREES: B.S. E.E., Drexel University, 2003 M.S. E.E., Drexel University, 2012
EMAIL: jly22 @


Jeffrey earned his M.S in Electrical Engineering from the Center for Electric Power Engineering in 2012. He worked at Lockheed Martin as a Transmitter and Antenna Power Conditioning Design Co-op and assisted with development of computer control and monitoring of a transmitter for a radar system.

Jeffrey has experience with research in power electronics and analog electronics. He worked on a low-cost fuel cell inverter to provide non-utility and ultra-clean residential electricity in his undergraduate curriculum.


J. Yakaski and C. Nwankpa, “Insight into Reconfigurable Analog Emulation of the Classical Generator Model”, Proceedings of the 36th Annual North American Power Symposium, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho, August 9-10, 2004, pp. 281-286.

J. Yakaski, Q. Lui, and C. Nwankpa, “Analog Emulation Using A Reconfigurable Classical Generator Model for Load Flow Analysis,” Proceedings of 2005 Power Systems Computation Conference, PSCC ’05, Aug. 22-26, 2005.

C. Nwankpa, A. Deese, Q. Liu, A. St. Leger, and J. Yakaski, “Power System on a Chip (PSoC),” Proceedings of the 2006 International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, ISCAS ’06, May 21-24, 2006.

C. Nwankpa, A. Deese, Q. Liu, A. St. Leger, J. Yakaski, and N. Yok, “Power System on a Chip (PSoC): Analog Emulation for Power System Applications,” Power Engineering Society General Meeting, June 18-22, 2006.

Drexel University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering