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. Lehman was one of fifteen engineering faculty selected by the White House to become an NSF Presidential Faculty Fellow, cited for his work in applied and theoretical controls, power electronics and vibrations. This award, administered by the National Science Foundation, is given "to recognize and support some of the Nations most outstanding science and engineering faculty early in their careers" (taken from the NSF program announcement). He is also a recipient of an Alcoa Science Foundation Fellowship and previously was a visiting scientist at MIT.

Related Faculty: Bradley Lehman

Related Departments:Electrical & Computer Engineering