Dr. Otsebele E Nare Dr. Otsebele E Nare Interim Chair and Associate Professor, Engineering Location:Olin Engineering Building318 Phone:757-727-5288 Expertise:Electrical Engineering, Integrative STEM Education

D. Eng. in EE
Morgan State University, 2005

Research Interests

  • Integrative STEM & Electrical Engineering Education
  • System Level Synthesis Design Methodologies
  • Power/Energy Systems and Microgrids
  • Advanced Manufacturing

Dr. Nare received his doctorate, masters, and bachelors' degrees in Electrical Engineering from Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD. He joined the Electrical Engineering faculty in January 2007.

Recent Publications

  • Otsebele Nare and Jale Akyurtlu, “What is the Role of Engineering in Secondary Education? A Case for Integrating Crosscutting Engineering Skills in K-12”, ASEE-SE Conference Proceedings, 2015.
  • Otsebele Nare, Ziette Hayes, Cort Coghill and Jim Brinkman, "An Evaluation of Microgrid Design Projects Integrated in a Pre-College Summer Program" ASEE-SE Conference Proceedings, 2014.
  • Ziette Hayes, Otsebele Nare, and Michael Reynolds, "The Business of Engineering: Developing Non-Technical Skills in a STEM Based Summer Program", The Journal of Business and Finance Research, Vol 4(1), Fall/Winter 2013, pp. 5-15.
  • Kazi M. Moyeenull Huq, M.E. Baran, Srdjan Lukic, and Otsebele E Nare, "An Energy Management System for a Community Energy Storage System" 2012 Proceedings of IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition, 2012.
  • Otsebele Nare and Qiang Le, "Resource Management for Weather-Dependent Energy Constrained Environments" Proceedings of the International Conference of Engineering and Applied Science, 2012
  • Otsebele Nare, "Teaching Energy Conversion – A Case of Electrical Engineering Students Self-Assessing Performance Outcomes" ASEE-SE Conference Proceedings, 2012.