Paul M. Schoch

Associate Professor, Director, CIPCE, Electrical, Computer, and Systems Engineering


Ph.D. (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1983), M.S. Electrical Engineering (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1981), B.S. Electrical Engineering (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1976)

Research Focus
  • plasma diagnostics
  • instrumentation
  • engineering education
Select Works
  • Core Electrostatic Fluctuations and Particle Transport in a Reversed-Field Pinch (2002)
  • Initial measurements of plasma potential in the core of the MST reversed field pinch with a heavy ion beam probe. (2001)
  • Radial electrostatic flux inferred from core measurements of potential and density fluctuations. (2001)
  • The Evidence for Nonlocal Transport in the Texas Experimental Tokamak (1997)
  • Measurements of Broadband Fluctuations and Plasma Potential with the 2Mev Heavy Ion Beam Probe on the TEXT-U Tokamak (1997)
  • A Studio Format for Innovative Pedagogy in Circuits and Electronics (1997)
  • A Motivational First-year Electronics Lab Course (1997)
  • Current Density Profile Measurement on the Texas Experimental Tokamak Using a Heavy Ion Beam Probe (1998)