Dr. Peter Lindahl is a postdoctoral associate working with Prof. Steven Leeb in the Laboratory for Electromagnetic and Electronic Systems. Peter received his B.S. in electrical engineering from Penn State University and his M.S. in electrical engineering and Ph.D. in engineering from Montana State University (MSU). Following graduation, Peter pursued his passion for teaching as an adjunct professor at MSU teaching a course on electric power applications and supervising recitations for a multidisciplinary engineering design course. Currently at MIT, he performs research on non-intrusive sensing in electric power systems and assists Prof. Leeb with his 6.131 Power Electronics Laboratory and 6.115 Microcomputer Project Laboratory courses. When not on campus, Peter can often be found in the mountains, climbing rocks, skiing slopes, and running trails.