REU Seminar: Next Generation Power Electronics

Next Generation Power Electronics
Tuesday, July 21, 2015 - 10:00am to 11:00pm
AllenX Auditorium
Prof. Juan Rivas (Stanford)
Abstract / Description: 

Power supplies are everywhere from consumer electronics, to medical imaging systems, to military systems. Modern applications demand power supplies that are smart and efficient, but traditional designs are inefficient, large, noisy, and expensive. A new generation of power electronics based on very high switching frequencies is providing energy savings, extremely small size, and reduced electrical noise. As an added benefit, such designs enable operation in automotive and similar harsh environments.

The REU Seminar Series is an educational and developmental opportunity for REU participants. Attendance at the seminars is r equired for all REU interns. Speakers will discuss their research or work, provide educational and career advice, and share their knowledge with you. There will be a questions and answers period at the end of each talk. A light breakfast will be provided before each seminar. If you believe you may need accommodations during the seminar series, please contact us at so that we may find a way to accommodate your needs.

Prof. Juan Rivas Department of Electrical Engineering Stanford University

Research Area: Director of SuperLab