Shankar: Wireless tech a ‘game changer’ for nuclear power plants

Director of Lehigh’s Energy Systems Engineering program leads team of international experts to produce IAEA report outlining benefits of wireless technology and guidelines for use in instrumentation and control systems

Safety concerns are always a part of the debate around nuclear power and its place in a growing global shift toward cleaner, low-carbon sources of energy. 

Lessons learned from Texas energy grid failure

The Lehigh Business IlLUminate podcast recently spoke with Alberto Lamadrid, an associate professor of economics who is affiliated with Lehigh's Institute for Cyber Physical Infrastructure and Energy (I-CPIE),  about the recent massive failure of the Texas electrical grid and what lessons we should learn from it.

MechE Celebrates Women's History Month

To honor Women's History Month, students, current faculty members, and alumni share what first interested them in mechanical engineering, advice to younger students, favorite parts about being a Lehigh engineer and what Women's History Month means to them. Please join us in celebrating these women.

Read I-DISC Review, 2019-2020

Lehigh’s Institute for Data, Intelligent Systems, and Computation (I-DISC), one of the university's three Interdisciplinary Research Institutes, has published a 2019-2020 Review publication highlighting recent events, research groups, new initiatives, and transitions in leadership. 

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