Mr. Edward Burden

Senior Lecturer
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Mr. Edward Burden

Senior Lecturer

Rayen School of Engineering

Moser Hall 3001

phone: (330) 941-3005

Research Interests

Additive Manufacturing, antennas, dielectric materials.

Teaching Interests

Electromagnetics, Signal Processing, Power and Energy, Electrical Machines, Microelectronics.

  • Education
    • 2014

      MS, Electrical Engineering

      The Ohio State University

    • 2010

      BA, Electrical Engineering

      Youngstown State University

  • Intellectual Contributions
    • 2022

      "A copper pyramidal fractal antenna favricated with green-laser powder bed fusion"

      K. Johnson, E. Burden, M. Shaffer, T. Noack, M. Mueller, J. Walker, E. MacDonald, P. Cortes, J. Quintana

    • 2022

      "4D Printed Shape Memory Polymers: Morphology and Fabrication of a Functional Antenna"

      T. Cersoli, M. Barnawi, K. Johnson, E. Burden, F. Li, E. MacDonald, P. Cortes

      Recent Progress in Materials, volume 4, issue 2, p. 1--17

    • 2021

      "Unit cell estimation of volumetrically-varying permittivity in additively-manufactured ceramic lattices with X-ray computed tomography"

      E. Burden, Y. Oh, B. Mummareddy, D. Negro, P. Cortes, A. Du Plessis, E. MacDonald, J. Adams, F. Li, R. Rojas

      Materials \& Design, volume 210, p. 110032

    • 2021

      "Mechanical properties of material jetted zirconia complex geometries with hot isostatic pressing"

      B. Mummareddy, D. Negro, V. Bharambe, Y. Oh, E. Burden, M. Ahlfors, J. Choi, A. Du Plessis, J. Adams, E. MacDonald, P. Cortes

    • 2019

      "Digital Manufacturing of Pathologically-Complex 3D Printed Antennas"

      K. Johnson, M. Zemba, B. Conner, J. Walker, E. Burden, K. Rogers, K. Cwiok, E. MacDonald, P. Cortes

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Edward Burden is an electrical engineer and lecturer at Youngstown State University.  He has his undergraduate degree in EE from YSU (2010), Master's from The Ohio State University (2012) and is currently finishing his PhD through OSU.  He has worked on multiple funded projects to evaluate antenna radiation patterns for military application.  Professor Burden has also authored or co-authored several papers on 3D printed electromagnetic materials.

  • Research Focus

    3D printed electromagnetic materials and components.

  • Expertise

    Electromagnetic properties of materials and their interactions with RF waves.