His primary scientific interests are in Electronic engineering, Nonintrusive load monitoring, Transient, Control theory and Schedule. The Electronic engineering study combines topics in areas such as Total harmonic distortion, Maximum power point tracking, Waveform, Power electronics and Electrical engineering. His Electrical engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Electromagnetic radiation, Radiation and Power-system protection.
His Nonintrusive load monitoring research integrates issues from Control engineering, Automotive engineering, Real-time computing and Metering mode. His Transient study which covers Electrical load that intersects with Power load. His Control theory study combines topics in areas such as Estimation theory, Switched-mode power supply, Harmonics and Harmonic.
Electronic engineering, Electrical engineering, Control theory, Power electronics and Control engineering are his primary areas of study. The concepts of his Electronic engineering study are interwoven with issues in Power factor, Maximum power point tracking, Harmonics, Photovoltaic system and Transient. His studies deal with areas such as Electrical load, Real-time computing and Detector as well as Transient.
His studies in Control theory integrate themes in fields like Induction motor, Estimation theory and Stator. Steven B. Leeb usually deals with Power electronics and limits it to topics linked to Design for manufacturability and Transfer switch, Rotor and Automotive engineering. The study incorporates disciplines such as Vibration and Electric power system in addition to Control engineering.
Steven B. Leeb mostly deals with Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, Control engineering, Power electronics and Nonintrusive load monitoring. His research in the fields of Voltage, Electrical conductor, Electronic circuit and Magnetic core overlaps with other disciplines such as Electromagnetic field. Steven B. Leeb integrates many fields, such as Electronic engineering and Inrush current, in his works.
As a member of one scientific family, Steven B. Leeb mostly works in the field of Control engineering, focusing on Vibration and, on occasion, Signal processing, Condition monitoring and Terminal. He interconnects Control theory and Design for manufacturability in the investigation of issues within Power electronics. His research integrates issues of Electric power system, Fault detection and isolation, Automotive engineering, Real-time computing and Crew in his study of Nonintrusive load monitoring.
Steven B. Leeb mainly focuses on Electronic engineering, Control engineering, Electrical engineering, Nonintrusive load monitoring and Automotive engineering. His Electronic engineering study incorporates themes from Maximum power point tracking, Power electronics, Lead–acid battery and Photovoltaic system, Maximum power principle. In his study, Signal processing and Condition monitoring is inextricably linked to Vibration, which falls within the broad field of Control engineering.
His study in the field of Voltage, Inductor and Capacitor is also linked to topics like Electromagnetic field. His Nonintrusive load monitoring study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Reliability engineering, Dashboard, Metering mode and Measure. His study in Automotive engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Amplifier and Sensitivity.
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Power signature analysis
C. Laughman;Kwangduk Lee;R. Cox;S. Shaw.
IEEE Power & Energy Magazine (2003)
Non-intrusive electrical load monitoring in commercial buildings based on steady-state and transient load-detection algorithms
Leslie K. Norford;Steven B. Leeb.
Energy and Buildings (1996)
Transient event detection in spectral envelope estimates for nonintrusive load monitoring
S.B. Leeb;S.R. Shaw;J.L. Kirtley.
IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery (1995)
Nonintrusive Load Monitoring and Diagnostics in Power Systems
S.R. Shaw;S.B. Leeb;L.K. Norford;R.W. Cox.
IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement (2008)
Transient event detector for use in nonintrusive load monitoring systems
Steven B. Leeb;James L. Kirtley.
Electromagnetically triggered, responsive gel based drug delivery device
Steven B. Leeb;Elmer C. Lupton;Xiaohong Yu;George Hovorka.
Non-flickering illumination based communication
Steven B. Leeb;Deron K. Jackson;Elmer C. Lupton;George B. Hovorka.
Dual-use electronic transceiver set for wireless data networks
Steven B. Leeb;George B. Hovorka;Deron Jackson;Elmer C. Lupton.
A Multilevel Inverter Topology for Inductively Coupled Power Transfer
J.I. Rodriguez;S.B. Leeb.
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics (2006)
Identification of induction motor parameters from transient stator current measurements
S.R. Shaw;S.B. Leeb.
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics (1999)
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