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EIU Master of Science in Sustainable Energy

Welcome to the M.S. in 
Sustainable Energy at EIU!


Dr. Peter Ping Liu, director of the Center for Clean Energy Research and Education (CENCERE) and professor of technology, currently serves as the coordinator of the Masters of Science in Sustainable Energy graduate program. Dr. Liu also serves as the coordinator of graduate programs in the School of Technology.

Dr. Liu's teaching and research interests focus on renewable energy, advanced database technology (Oracle), system administration, biomedical devices, quality assurance, quality management systems, failure analysis and system reliability. He received his doctorate from Iowa State University in 1991.

In less than two years since his appointment to the CENCERE program, Dr. Liu has provided tremendous leadership for the program. Under Dr. Liu’s leadership, CENCERE has integrated research and learning with operational capacities available at the EIU Renewable Energy Center by creating a core group of faculty and staff committed to furthering renewable energy research and education. CENCERE involves staff members from Facilities Planning and Management, students and faculty members from several departments including biological sciences, business, chemistry, communication studies, economics, geology/geography, physics and the schools of business and technology.

For information about admission to the Masters of Science in Sustainable Energy graduate program, contact Dr. Liu.

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Peter Ping Liu, Ph D, PE, CQE, OCP and CSTM
Professor and Director, Center for Clean Energy Research and Education

600 Lincoln Ave,
Charleston, IL 61920
(217) 581-7426

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