Stephen Terry

Research Assistant Professor

  • Phone: 919-515-1878
  • Office: Engineering Building III (EB3) 3294

Dr. Terry is a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering. He is Director of the Industrial Assessment Center, a US DOE program that provides energy efficiency assessments of manufacturers using engineering students. Dr. Terry teaches courses on thermal systems design, HVAC, and industrial energy. His research interests also include Nuclear Hybrid Energy Systems.

Grants

  • MAE Energy Surveys for NCDEQ 2020-2021
  • Creation of Multiple Effect Evaporator and Combined Cycle Modelica Modules, and Optimization of Potable Water Generation from Saltwater Sources
  • Assess Advanced Building Glazing Technologies for Lighting, Energy, and Health Outcomes in Urban Environments
  • MAE Energy Management Program 2018
  • BMW Energy Project
  • Industrial Assessment Center program
  • Hybrid Nuclear Systems LDRD and NUC Projects
  • Energy Solutions Partnership with NCSU IES
  • Randolph College Energy Management Program
  • Town of Cary Energy
Stephen Terry