Dr. Andrew Lemmon

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Dr. Andrew Lemmon's research interests include: Optimization of power electronics applications for wide-band-gap transistors (SiC and GaN) Advanced control systems for power electronics Simulation/modeling of power semiconductor devices and applications Energy harvesting and energy scavenging techniques Embedded Systems and real-time control Read more about Dr. Andrew Lemmon

UA Engineering Alumni Honor Outstanding Senior

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Holden DeGrave, a recent graduate of The University of Alabama, received the 2018 Capstone Engineering Society Outstanding Senior Award. A graduate of Southwest High School in Green Bay, Wisconsin, DeGrave graduated from UA this spring with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering. For eight semesters, DeGrave received… Read more

In The News: UA professor receives award from U.S. Navy

A professor at The University of Alabama is honored by the Navy. Dr. Andy Lemmon, a UA engineering professor, who has participated in a three-year study on how to better equip Navy ships for the future was given a half-million dollar grant. Read more

Sources: Fox 6 (Birmingham) , Associated Press , US News and World Report, San Francisco Chronicle, NBC 13 (Birmingham), WAFF-NBC (Huntsville), Tuscaloosa News, Black News Zone, Diverse, Alabama Today, Al.com

In The News: Next generation of engineers get industry experience at the university level

Partnerships between electronics manufacturers and institutions of higher education are helping to prepare the next generation of engineering for real world challenges; this effort presents many benefits for both sides. While at APEC this year, I became aware that Littelfuse was working with the University of Alabama (U of A)… Read more

Sources: Planet Analog

In The News: UA, Naval Observatory partnership to improve precise timing education

The University of Alabama has partnered with the United States Naval Observatory (USNO) to train UA students in precise timing and time interval technology, which is used in highly precise atomic clocks on which the military, financial sector, GPS satellites and power grids rely. Read more

Sources: Alabama News Center, Navy.mil, Public, Environment Guru

UA, Naval Observatory Partnership to Improve Precise Timing Education

The University of Alabama has partnered with the United States Naval Observatory to train UA students in precise timing and time interval technology, which is used in highly precise atomic clocks on which the U.S. military, financial sector, GPS satellites and power grids rely. Read more