Greg Behrmann joined the Department of Biomedical Engineering as a clinical assistant professor in August 2012. He has over 20 years of industrial experience in optical engineering, micro-fabrication, and medical device manufacturing. He has held senior engineering positions at the Army Research Laboratory, Corvis Corporation, and Potomac Photonics, Inc. In addition to his experience in industry, Dr. Behrmann was an award-winning technology education teacher at Friendship Collegiate Academy, a Washington, DC public charter school.
Dr. Behrmann received the Charles H. Kaman Award for Excellence in Teaching in the School of Engineering in both 2013 and 2014. In 2016, he received the Provost's Award for Teaching Excellence in Early Career. Dr. Behrmann is also the Director of the Grand Challenges Scholars Program and Technical Director of the Engineering New Frontiers Summer Camp.
G.P. Behrmann, J. Hidler, M.S. Mirotznik, “Fiber optic micro sensor for the measurement of tendon forces,” BioMedical Engineering OnLine, 11:77 (2012).
Z. Lu, C.A. Schuetz, S. Shi, C. Chen, G.P. Behrmann, D.W. Prather, “Experimental demonstration of self-collimation in low index contrast photonic crystals in the millimeterwave regime,” IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, Vol.53,pp.1362-1368 (2005).
E.G. Johnson, J. D. Brasher, D. Gregory, P. Erbach, M. Duignan, G. Behrmann, S. H. Lee, W. Daschner, P. Long, “Optical Recognition of Phase Encrypted Biometrics,” Optical Engineering, Vol. 37, No.1, pp. 18-26 (1998).