Dr. Peters began his engineering education by serving in the United States Navy as a machinist’s mate, where he operated, maintained, and supervised the engine room and forward auxiliary room of a Knox class frigate (USS BARBEY FF-1088). Upon an honorable discharge, Dr. Peters started his academic experience, performing instrument neutron activation analysis and conducting research on high power microwave sources. After graduation, Dr. Peters worked in the antenna and microwave department at a major defense contractor, primarily for shipboard radars.
Degrees / Education
- PhD, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2001
- MS, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 1998
- BS, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 1996
Naval and Marine power/propulsion, high power microwaves, pulsed power, high power diagnostics
Areas of Study
- ECE Outstanding Teaching Award