North Carolina State University, Ph.D.
Graduation Date: Fall 2025
Major: Electrical and Computer Engineering
Concentration: Power Electronics
PowerAmerica Project: 1) 6.78-MHz, 200-W GaN-Based Class E and EF Inverters for Wireless Power Mats with Enhanced Load and Reactance Range Employing a Nonlinear Shunt Capacitor/ 2) 95~170 kHz, 300-W GaN-Based LLC Converter with a Power Factor Correction Unit for Electric Wheelchair Battery Charging Applications
Areas of Expertise: Power Electronics, High-Frequency Resonant Power Converters, Wireless Power Transfer System for Drone Charging Applications, and Optimization of the Performance Indices of Power Electronic Converters