NTU Power Electronics Lab was established in July, 2003. The number of graduate students enrolled every year have been kept at about 15. Among them, about 50% are pursuing their doctor degrees. There have been a variety of research projects conducted in the general area of power electronics, some sponsored by government and the rest by industries. Areas of research are given below:
Control Analysis and Design for Voltage Regulators of Future CPU Power
Digital Control Schemes and Modeling for High-Frequency DC Converters
Mix-mode Electromagnetic Interference in Power Electronics systems.
Novel Soft Switching Schemes for Bridgeless Power Factor Correction Circuits
Chip-level Design and Analysis for a Constant Power Control Scheme for Battery Chargers
Loss Analysis and Measurement of Very Low-voltage Converters
Modeling of Single-inductor Multiple-output Converters
Analysis of a 3-phase Interleaved Power Correction Circuits with Critical Mode Operation
Analysis of the Current Harmonics of a Novel Truncated Power Factor Correction Circuit operating at Critical Mode
Simulation of Various functions of current-mode control Converters Using SIMPLIS
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