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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Yichao Tang defends his Ph.D. Dissertation, and joins Texas Instruments as a Systems Engineer.
Prof. Alireza Khaligh is the recipient of the 2015 Inaugural ISR Junior Faculty Fellowship from the Institute for Systems Research (ISR), University of Maryland.
Congratulations to Yichao Tang who is the top recipient of the 2015 ECE Distinguished Dissertation Fellowship, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, University of Maryland.
Prof. Khaligh is the Program Chair of the 2015 IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition (APEC), the leading conference for practicing power electronics professionals.
The APEC program addresses a broad range of topics in the use, design, manufacturing and marketing of all kinds of power electronics systems.