2019 - IEEE PELS Harry A. Owen, Jr. Distinguished Service Award For his leadership as Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics
2015 - IEEE PELS Modeling and Control Technical Achievement Award For his contribution in modeling and control of dc-dc converters and solid-state lighting
Electronic engineering, Electrical engineering, Photovoltaic system, Voltage and Control theory are his primary areas of study. His work deals with themes such as Light-emitting diode, Dimmer, Switched-mode power supply, Voltage regulator and Electrical impedance, which intersect with Electronic engineering. His studies in LED lamp, Inductor, Transformer and Boost converter are all subfields of Electrical engineering research.
The Photovoltaic system study combines topics in areas such as Maximum power point tracking, Solar micro-inverter and Fault, Fault indicator, Fault detection and isolation. His work in Voltage is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Battery charger. Brad Lehman interconnects Differential equation, Converters, Stability and Approximation theory in the investigation of issues within Control theory.
Brad Lehman mostly deals with Electronic engineering, Control theory, Photovoltaic system, Electrical engineering and Converters. His research integrates issues of Inductor, Boost converter, Forward converter, Voltage and Topology in his study of Electronic engineering. Brad Lehman has included themes like Vibration control, Stability and Differential equation in his Control theory study.
His Photovoltaic system study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Maximum power point tracking, Grid-connected photovoltaic power system, Inverter, Irradiance and Fault. Brad Lehman combines subjects such as Electricity generation and Maximum power principle with his study of Maximum power point tracking. His Converters course of study focuses on Ripple and Pulse-width modulation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Electronic engineering, Photovoltaic system, Electrical engineering, Maximum power point tracking and Converters. His Electronic engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Topology, Pulse-width modulation, Inverter, Voltage and Flash memory. His Photovoltaic system research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Grid-connected photovoltaic power system, Control reconfiguration, Irradiance, Solar energy and Fault.
His biological study deals with issues like Control theory, which deal with fields such as Stability and Time control. In the subject of general Maximum power point tracking, his work in Power optimizer is often linked to Modular design, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Converters research focuses on Inductor and how it connects with Inductance, Buck converter, Magnetic core and Power control.
His primary areas of investigation include Electronic engineering, Photovoltaic system, Electrical engineering, Converters and Inductor. His Electronic engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Electrical impedance, Resistive touchscreen, Topology and Short circuit. Brad Lehman has researched Photovoltaic system in several fields, including Battery, Maximum power point tracking, Grid-connected photovoltaic power system, Irradiance and Fault.
His work in Maximum power point tracking tackles topics such as Local outlier factor which are related to areas like Reliability engineering. His Electrical engineering study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Reliability. His Inductor research incorporates elements of Buck converter, Inductance and Slew rate.
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Step-Up DC–DC Converters: A Comprehensive Review of Voltage-Boosting Techniques, Topologies, and Applications
Mojtaba Forouzesh;Yam P. Siwakoti;Saman A. Gorji;Frede Blaabjerg.
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics (2017)
Apparatus, Method and System for Providing AC Line Power to Lighting Devices
Anatoly Shteynberg;Dongsheng Zhou;Harry Rodriguez;Mark Eason.
An Adaptive Solar Photovoltaic Array Using Model-Based Reconfiguration Algorithm
Dzung Nguyen;B. Lehman.
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics (2008)
LED lighting flicker and potential health concerns: IEEE standard PAR1789 update
Arnold Wilkins;Jennifer Veitch;Brad Lehman.
energy conversion congress and exposition (2010)
Adaptive Current Regulation for Solid State Lighting
Anatoly Shteynberg;Harry Rodriguez;Bradley M. Lehman;Dongsheng Zhou.
Switching frequency dependent averaged models for PWM DC-DC converters
B. Lehman;R.M. Bass.
power electronics specialists conference (1995)
Apparatus, System and Method for Cascaded Power Conversion
Anatoly Shteynberg;Harry Rodriguez;Bradley M. Lehman.
Line–Line Fault Analysis and Protection Challenges in Solar Photovoltaic Arrays
Ye Zhao;Jean-Francois de Palma;Jerry Mosesian;Robert Lyons.
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics (2013)
Extensions of averaging theory for power electronic systems
B. Lehman;R.M. Bass.
power electronics specialists conference (1994)
Graph-Based Semi-supervised Learning for Fault Detection and Classification in Solar Photovoltaic Arrays
Ye Zhao;Roy Ball;Jerry Mosesian;Jean-François de Palma.
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics (2015)
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