Butler-Purry, Karen individual record
Associate Provost and Dean, Graduate and Professional School

My research interests are in the areas of computer and intelligent systems application to power distribution systems, distribution automation and management, fault diagnosis, estimation of remaining life of transformers, intelligent reconfiguration, system modeling and simulation for hybrid vehicles, and engineering education.

education and training
selected publications
Academic Articles44
  • Kundur, D., Mashayehk, S., Zourntos, T., & Butler-Purry, K. (2012). Cyber-attack impact analysis of smart grid. Smart Grid Communications and Networking. (pp. 353-372). Cambridge University Press.
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  • Butler-Purry, K., & Chou, H. (2011). Real-Time Rapid Embedded Power System Control Prototyping Simulation Test-Bed Using LabVIEW and RTDS. Folea, S. (Eds.), Practical Applications and Solutions Using LabVIEW™ Software. (pp. 83-108). InTech.
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  • Srinivasan, V., Butler-Purry, K., & Pedersen, S. (2011). Developing Educational Games for Engineering Education. Patrick Felicia, .. (Eds.), Advances in Game-Based Learning. (pp. 913-938). IGI Global.
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  • Butler-Purry, K. L. (2006). In Search of Community: The Challenges and Successes of an Isolated Engineer. Stanley, C. A. (Eds.), Faculty of Color: Teaching in Predominantly White Colleges and Universities. (pp. 115-122). Anker Publishing Company.
Conference Papers116
chaired theses and dissertations
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Texas A&M University; Graduate And Professional Studies; 1113 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-1113