Zhang_Linfeng_2014Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering, School of Engineering

Office Location: Engineering – Technology Bldg – Office 158
Telephone: (203) 576-4249
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Ph.D., Wayne State University, 2006

Dr. Linfeng Zhang came to the University of Bridgeport in 2007.

Power Electronics, Sustainable Energy Lab, Controls, Data Acquisition and Virtual Instrumentation, Fuel Cells

Power Electronics, Sustainable Energy Lab, Controls, Data Acquisition and Virtual Instrumentation, Fuel Cells

“The performance of a grid-tied microgrid with hydrogen storage and a hydrogen fuel cell stack”, Energy Conversion and Management, 2014, 79, P. 421-427

“Energy management in a microgrid with renewable energy resources”, Energy Conversion and Management, 2014, 78, P. 297-305

“Sensing mechanism of the metal/insulator/semiconductor hydrogen sensor”, IEEE Sensors Journal, 2009, 9(10), P. 1196-1201

“Dual-Mode Operation of a Pd/AlN/SiC Device for Hydrogen Sensing” Sensors and Actuators B, 2008, 129(1), P. 35-39

“Characteristic jump in the electrical properties of a Pd/AlN/Si-based device on exposure to hydrogen” Phys. Rev. B 2007(75), 075308

“Reverse Response Transients in a Pd-Ni/AlN/n-Si Hydrogen Sensor” Sensors and Actuators B, 2007. 123(1), P. 277-282

“Response to Hydrogen of a metal/AlN/Si thin film structure: effects of composition and structure of a combination Pd-Cr gate” Sensors and Actuators B, 2006. 113(2): p. 843-851

1. Americanizing European hot water technology, Ramboll fundation, Linfeng Zhang, Junling Hu, David Cote, funded$19,000, 2017
2. Solar instructor training network, Department of Energy, Subaward, Linfeng Zhang, $17,000, 2015
3. A Nationwide Consortium of Universities to Revitalize Electric Power Engineering Education by State-of-the-Art Laboratories, U.S. Department of Energy and UB match fund, funded $37,000, 2010
4. Cameca Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometer (SIMS), Department of Energy, ERLE (Grant # 8982A3 9092 0055)
5. A Bulk-micromachined MEMS Comb Vibratory Gyroscope, UB seed money grant, Xingguo Xiong (PI), Linfeng Zhang (co-PI), Hassan Bajwa (co-PI), funded: $6,930, 2010
6. Integration of the platinum nanoparticles and carbon nanotubes in silicon-based micro fuel cell and silicon-based chemical/biological sensor, Linfeng Zhang (PI), Angela Santiago (co-PI), Xingguo Xiong (co-PI), UB seed money grant, funded $6864.00, 2010
7. Software, ETAP power lab $300,000 from ETAP


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