- Professor and Power System Chair, School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
George Karady received his BSEE and PhD degrees in electrical engineering from Technical University of Budapest. He was appointed as Salt River Chair Professor at ASU in 1986. Previously, he was with EBASCO Services where he served as chief consulting electrical engineer, manager of electrical systems, and chief engineer of computer technology. He was electrical task supervisor for the Tokomak Fusion Test reactor project in Princeton. Dr Karady is an IEEE fellow and he has more than 120 journal and 150 conference publications. He also received an Honorary Doctor degree from Technical University of Budapest in 1996.
- BSEE, Technical University of Buapest
- PhD, Technical University of Budapest
- BSEE, Technical University of Budapest