Because our research spans a wide range of topics related to electrified transportation, our graduate students are able to work in a variety of areas, and have the ability to self-direct their research topics within the area of electrified vehicles.
- Gunnar Schulz, M.A.Sc. program, “Optimal Control for 3-Phase DAB Converters”
- Christine Dong, M.A.Sc. program, “Maximizing Driving Range of Fuel Cell Range-extended Vehicles for a Fixed Cost”
- Manjula Manivanan, Ph.D. program, “Novel Power Electronic Architectures for Electric Vehicle Fast Charging Stations”
- Sukanya Dutta, Ph.D. program, “On-board Chargers for 800V Electric Vehicles”
- Cun Wang, Ph.D. program, “Fault-tolerant 3-phase DAB Converters for Electric Vehicles”
- Pengfei Zhang, Ph.D. program, “Bidirectional Chargers for Solar-charged Electric Vehicles”
- Danial Sadeghpour, Ph.D. program, “Power Electronic Converters for Solar-charged Electric Vehicles”
- Ata Meshginqalam, Ph.D. program, “Optimal Speed Planning of Electric and Fuel Cell Autonomous Vehicles”
- Ahsanul Hoque Rafi, Ph.D. program, “Electric Architectures for High-efficiency Electric Vehicle Fast Charging Stations with Energy Storage”
- Nishant Kashyap, Ph.D., “Addressing GaN Converter Challenges: False Turn-On Issues & Switching Loss Modelling”, 2022.
- Hosnee Mobarak, Ph.D., “Mitigation of Electric Vehicle Charging Effects on the Distribution Grids Through Smart-Charging and On-board Solar Charging”, 2021.
- Alice Dong, M.A.Sc., “GaN-based Non-isolated On-board Charger with Voltage Ripple Cancellation”, 2020.
- Christina Riczu, M.A.Sc., “Modeling and Implementation of a Hardware Efficient Low-Voltage-To-Cell Battery Balancing Circuit for Electric Vehicle Range Extension”, 2020.
- Nickolas Leahey, M.A.Sc., “Dimensioning of Integrated Starter-Generator Mild Hybrid System Using Real World Drive Cycles”, 2018.