Ed is a Principal and Senior Engineer with LimnoTech and was recently named President of Freeboard Technology, a new water technology start-up he co-founded as a subsidiary of LimnoTech. Ed is well known for his work across the Great Lakes region to design, build, and maintain the next-generation sensing network that supports hundreds of thousands of boaters, key water managers, and critical infrastructure owners.
Drinking water treatment plants, coastal communities, and the research community rely on Ed’s expertise to monitor hazardous weather, toxic and harmful algal blooms, hypoxic waters, and critical shoreline and wetland habitats. He has also served as a principal investigator on several major federally funded research projects and has contributed to nearly twenty peer-reviewed journal articles concerning water quality issues. In 2021, Ed served as the International Association for Great Lakes Research president and supported ongoing work to build robust public-private partnerships to tackle tough social justice and environmental issues.
Ed works at LimnoTech’s Corporate Headquarters in Ann Arbor, Michigan.