Dr. Nigel Schofield joined the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at McMaster University as a Professor in 2013. Previously, Dr. Schofield was a Senior Lecturer in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the University of Manchester, UK, where he has lectured across all undergraduate years and to the Power Conversion M.Sc. students. His research interests include electromagnetic powertrains for all- and hybrid-electric vehicles, the vehicular application of electro-chemical and electro-static energy sources, hydrogen fuel cell systems, aerospace machines and actuators, and the industrial applications of electro-magnetic devices and novel machines. He is also a Chartered Engineer and member of the IET.
June 14, 2021: Federal government invests $10M in McMaster automotive and aerospace electrification hub
McMaster has been awarded $10 million from FedDev Ontario to support an integrated automotive, aerospace