Office: 264 Fitzpatrick Hall of Engineering
Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering
Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Carnegie-Mellon University
M.S., Electrical Engineering, Carnegie-Mellon University
B.S., Mathematics, Stanford University
Dr. Lemmon's research seeks to better understand the benefits and limitations of large-scale, networked control systems from both a theoretical and practical perspective. His theoretical work attempts to understand the fundamental principles that limited communication and computational resources have on a networked system's performance. Dr. Lemmon's work also has applied these ideas to real-life sensor-actuator networks used in managing important components of the nation's civil infrastructure, such as municipal wastewater sewer systems and the national power grid.
Relevant Energy Publications
- A.M. Nightingale, B. Goodwine, M.D. Lemmon, and E.J. Jumper, "Phase-Locked-Loop Adaptive-Optic Controller and Simulated Shear Layer Correction", AIAA Journal, Vol 51, no. 11, pp 2714--2726, November 2013.
- Z. Wang, M. Xia, and M.D. Lemmon (2013), "Voltage Stability of Weak Power Distribution Networks with Inverter Connected Sources", American Control Conference, Washington D.C., 2013.
- X. Wang and M.D. Lemmon (2012), "On Event Design in Event-Triggered Feedback Systems", Automatica, volume 47 number 10, pages 2319-2322, October 2012.
- X. Wang and M. Lemmon (2009), "Self-triggered Feedback Control Systems with Finite-Gain L2 Stability", IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, Volume 54, number 3, pages 452-467, March 2009.