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COE Presents at the 2020 ASEE’S Virtual Conference

College of Engineering faculty, staff, and students, published and presented virtual papers at the American Society for Engineering Education – Virtual National conference.

Detecting Arc Faults in AC Circuits

ECE Professor Bradley Lehman awarded patent for creating a “Method for AC arc fault detection using multidimensional energy points”.

Amirabadi and Lehman Awarded $660K from ARPA-E and MassCEC for Transformational Energy Technology

ECE Assistant Professor Mahshid Amirabadi and ECE Professor Brad Lehman were awarded $628K in funding from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) and $33K from Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC).

S-POWER Program to Increase STEM and Energy fields

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.

NSF Workshop on Power Electronics

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.

Professor Bradley Lehman Named 2015 IEEE Power Electronics Society Awardee

ECE Professor Bradley Lehman has been awarded the 2015 IEEE Power Electronics Society's Modeling and Control Technical Achievement Award.

2 Local Students Featured for COE's Young Scholar Program features Bedford High School student Oblageli Nwodoh and Arlington High School student Allison Candell, who were selected to participate in the highly-selective COE Young Scholars Program

Lehman Awarded Patent

ECE Professor Brad Lehman was awarded a patent for his design of a non-superconducting Fault Current Limiter.

Lehman Awarded NSF Grant

Electronic and Computer Engineering Professor Brad Lehman was awarded an $150K NSF grant to develop smart power detection devices for photovoltaic installations. 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. In 1994, Dr. […]

Selected As Editor-in-Chief

ECE Professor Brad Lehman will be appointed Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics journal starting in 2013.

One of the Best in the US

ECE Professor Brad Lehman was selected by The Princeton Review as one of the Top 300 Professors in the Country that make lasting impacts in the lives of their students.