Paul M. Schoch

Associate Professor and Director, Center for Initiatives in Pre-College Education (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)