ECE Professor Bradley Lehman, MIE Associate Professor Marilyn Minus, Assistant Dean Richard Harris, and STEM Director Claire Duggan were awarded a 5-year $5M NSF grant to develop a "Student Pathways Opening World Energy Resources (S-POWER)" program.
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- PhD, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1992. Joined Northeastern in 1995.
- S. Chen, P. Li, D. Brady, B. Lehman, Determining the Optimum Grid-Connected Photovoltaic Inverter Size, Solar Energy, vol. 87, January 2013, p 96–116
- Y. Zhao, J. de Palma, J. Mosesian, R. Lyons, B. Lehman, Line-line Fault Analysis and Protection Challenges in Solar Photovoltaic Arrays, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, vol. 60, no. 9, p 3784-3795, September, 2013
- W. Huang, B. Lehman, Mitigation and Utilization of the Inductor Coupling Effect in Interleaved Multiphase DC/DC Converters, in Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition, 2013 IEEE, p 1822-1829, 2013
- S. Sheng, L. Peng, B. Lehman, Parallel Operation of Digital Controlled Modified Sine Wave Inverters, in Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition, 2013 IEEE, p 3440-3447
- C. Hsu, P. Li, S. Sheng, B. Lehman, A Maximum Power Point Tracking Method for PV Systems Supplying a Periodic Nonlinear Load, in Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition, 2013 IEEE, p 2771-2777
- Y. Zhao, B. Lehman, R. Ball, J.F. de Palma, Graph-Based Semi-Supervised Learning for Fault Detection and Classification in Solar Photovoltaic Arrays, in Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition, 2013 IEEE, p 1628-1634
- Q. Sun, S. Patil, N. Sun, B. Lehman, Inductive Magnetic Harvester with Resonant Capacitive Rectifier Based on Synchronized Switch Harvesting Technique, in Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition, 2013 IEEE, p 4940-4947
- Q. Sun, S. Patil, N. Sun, B. Lehman, Modeling and Optimization of an Inductive Magnetic Harvester Considering Nonlinear Effects, in Control and Modeling for Power Electronics (COMPEL), 2013 IEEE 14th Workshop on, p 1-6
- S.W. Quinn, B. Lehman, A Simple Formula for Estimating the Optimum Tilt Angles of Photovoltaic Panels, in Control and Modeling for Power Electronics, 2013 IEEE 14th Workshop on, p 1-8
- J.H. Huang, Y. Zhao, B. Lehman, D. Nguyen, Fast Switching Reconfigurable Photovoltaic Modules Integrated within DC-DC Converters, in Control and Modeling for Power Electronics, 2013 IEEE 14th Workshop on, p 1-7
- S. Sheng, C. Hsu, P. Li, B. Lehman, Energy Management for Solar Battery Charging Station, in Control and Modeling for Power Electronics (COMPEL), 2013 IEEE 14th Workshop on, p 1-8
- Y. Zhao, B. Lehman, R. Ball, J. Mosesian, J.F. de Palma, Outlier Detection Rules for Fault Detection in Solar Photovoltaic Arrays, in Proc. 28th IEEE APEC, Long Beach, CA, March 2013, p 2913-2920
- S. Chen, P. Li, B. Lehman, R. Ball, J.F. de Palma, A New Topology of Bridge-Type Non-Superconducting Fault Current Limiter, proc. 28th IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference, Long Beach, CA, March 2013, p 1465-1472
- J.-H. Huang, Y. Zhao, B.Lehman Fast Reconfigurable Photovoltaic Switching Cell Integrated within DC-DC Converters, Proceedings of the IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition (APEC), Fort Worth, TX, 2014, 629-636
Brad Lehman received the B.E.E. from Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, the M.S.E.E. from University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana, and the Ph.D. E.E. from Georgia Institute of Technology in 1987, 1988, and 1992, respectively.
Dr. Lehman is presently a Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Northeastern University and previously was a Hearin Hess Distinguished Assistant Professor at Mississippi State University. Dr. Lehman was previously an NSF Presidential Faculty Fellow. He also was a recipient of an Alcoa Science Foundation Fellowship and previously was a visiting scientist at MIT.
Professor Lehman serves as an Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, and from 1993-1997, served as an Associate Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control. Dr. Lehman performs research in the areas of power electronics, electric motor drives, and control. A primary focus of his research is in the modeling, design and control of DC-DC converters.
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ECE Professor Brad Lehman (PI) and Assistant Professor Mahshid Amirabadi (co-PI) were awarded $50K to host a Workshop on Power Electronics at NSF this fall.
ECE Professor Bradley Lehman has been awarded the 2015 IEEE Power Electronics Society's Modeling and Control Technical Achievement Award.
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