About Maryland Power Electronics Laboratory
The research in the Maryland Power Electronics Laboratory (MPEL) is mainly focused on investigation, modeling, simulation, design, and development of the Power Electronics and Motor Drives Interfaces for a variety of applications including transportation electrification systems (i.e. electric, hybrid electric, plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, more electric aircrafts, electric ships as well as off-road and heavy duty vehicles), wind energy conversion systems, solar energy conversion systems, energy harvesting systems (electromagnetic, piezoelectric, and electrostatic) and microrobots.
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Prof. Khaligh receives of the 2016 Junior Faculty Outstanding Research Award from A. James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland.
Prof. Deepak Divan, from Georgia Tech, Speaks at the Booz Allen Hamilton Distinguished Colloquium Series in Electrical and Computer Engineering in the University of Maryland at College Park.
Prof. Khaligh and former graduate research assistant Serkan Dusmez receive U.S. Patent 9,419,522 for a
ZVS DC/DC Converter for Converting Voltage Between a Battery and a DC Link in a Hybrid Energy Storage System and Method Thereof.