Electronic power and control; devices, circuits and sensing; power electronics; dc-dc converters; pulse width modulation; motion control; electric motor drives; analog circuits; control theory; time delays; nonlinear systems and control; industrial control. Efficient electric energy systems, particularly at the lower power range (<10kW). Applications include the fields of photovoltaic systems, LED lamps and their electronic drivers, inverters, DC-DC converters, and battery management systems.
In addition to the innovative sustainability research and 130+ courses taught in sustainability each year at Northeastern, the campus has also been recognized as a top “green campus” worldwide for 2011-2013.
Northeastern University’s College of Engineering is home to numerous federally-funded research centers and an array of leading-edge projects and initiatives that advance discovery and new knowledge in health, sustainability, and security.