Matthew is featured in student snapshot for his work on magnetic gears. Read more tx.ag/magneticgears
Gardner works in the Advanced Electrical Machines and Power Electronics Lab under Dr. Hamid Toliyat, Raytheon Professor. His work has been conducted largely in part with former doctoral student Dr. Matthew Johnson.
“Matthew has done a lot of work that has the possibility to significantly transform the field of electric machines,” Toliyat said.
“I am excited about the opportunity to make a disruptive change in the field of electric machines,” Gardner said. “Magnetic gears and magnetically geared machines offer the possibility to provide a significant, not just incremental, improvement in systems involving electric machines.”