Frank Ferrese, PhD

Haddon Heights, New Jersey

General Specialty

Electrical Engineering

Specialty Focus

Boiler Controls
Circuit Design
Communication Systems
Electrical Fires
Electrical Shock Electrocution Emergency Generator Sizing
Emergency Generators
Forensic Electrical Engineering
High Intensity Discharge Lamps
High Pressure Discharge
Intellectual Property Intellectual Property Consulting
Lighting Systems
Low Pressure Discharge Lamps
Manufacturing Plant
Municipal Electrical Systems
National Electrical Code Compliance
Patents Involving Electrical Systems and Circuits
Preparation of Declarations
Prior art Identification
Refrigerators Residential Electrical Systems
Statistical Analysis
Support the Preparation of Inter Partes Review and Petitions
System Design and Analysis
Vehicle Fires

Dr. Ferrese has over 20 years experience working with electrical, electronic, communication, and control systems including industrial control and SCADA systems. He has done extensive research in controls and computational intelligence for the United States military. He also has been involved with the design and construction of large scale software and hardware systems. Dr. Ferrese holds two patents and has over 20 technical publications.

Dr. Frank Ferrese is a licensed professional engineer with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Drexel University, a M.S. in Computer Engineering from Villanova University, and a PhD in Engineering from Villanova University. He holds adjunct faculty appointments at Villanova, Drexel, Temple, and Southern New Hampshire Universities where he has taught mathematics, control theory, computer programming, and general electrical engineering courses.



  • Villanova University, Villanova, PA USA
    PhD, Engineering, May, 2013
  • Villanova University, Villanova, PA USA
    M.S., Computer Engineering, May, 2006
  • Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA USA
    B.S., Electrical Engineering, May, 1995


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