George Karady

Professor Karady was appointed 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 an electrical task supervisor for the Tokomak Fusion Test Reactor project in Princeton. Karady has graduated dozens of doctoral and master’s students. He is an IEEE Fellow and has published a book, several book chapters, and hundreds of journal and conference papers. His expertise is in power electronics, high-voltage engineering, and power systems.


Power System Chair



Type of Degree Degree Program School Year
PhD Electrical Engineering Technical University of Budapest
Masters Electrical Engineering Technical University of Budapest

Research Areas

  • Power Systems