EDUCATIONAL INSTRUCTION

SUNY at Binghamton
Spring 1994 (50% teaching, 50% research)
  • *EE-417 Adv. Elect. (Pwr. Elect.) (3) 7
  • *EE-415 Adv. Elect. (Pwr. Elect.) Lab (1) 7
  • *EE-520 Adv. Elect. (Pwr. Elect.) (4) 13
  • EE-599 Research and Thesis (3) 1
Fall 1994 (50% teaching, 50% research)
  • EE-311 Electronics I (4) 35
  • EE-599 Research and Thesis (3) 1
Spring 1995 (50% teaching, 50% research)
  • EE-382 Technical Communications (1) 30
  • EE-417 Adv. Elect. (Pwr. Elect.) (3) 11
  • EE-415 Adv. Elect. (Pwr. Elect.) Lab (1) 7
  • EE-499 Undergrad Research (2) 1
  • EE-520 Adv. Elect. (Pwr. Elect.) (4) 5
  • EE-599 Research and Thesis (X) 3
Fall 1995 (50% teaching, 50% research)
  • EE-311 Electronics I (4) 40
  • *EE-340 Signals and systems 45
  • EE-599 Research and Thesis (3) 4
Spring 1996 (50% teaching, 50% research)
  • EE-417 Adv. Elect. (Pwr. Elect.) (3) 11
  • EE-415 Adv. Elect. (Pwr. Elect.) Lab (1) 11
  • EE-520 Adv. Elect. (Pwr. Elect.) (4) 4
  • EE-599 Research and Thesis (X) 4
Fall 1996 (50% teaching, 50% research)
  • EE-340 Sig. & Sys for ME (3) 28
  • EE-419 Power Electronics (3) 10
  • EE-520 Power Electronics (3) 10
  • EE-599 Research and Thesis (X) 4
Spring 1997 (50% teaching, 50% research)
  • EE-332 Semiconductor Devices (3) 34
  • *EE-386 Engineering Practice II (3) 35
  • EE-599 Research and Thesis (X) 4
Fall 1997 (25% teaching, 75% research)
  • EE-340 Sig. & Sys for ME (3) 38
  • EE-419 Power Electronics (3) 13
  • EE-520 Power Electronics (3) 4
  • EE-597 Special Topic (3) 1
  • EE-599 Research and Thesis (X) 2
  • EE-699 Special Topic (1) 1
  • EE-701 Research and Dissertation (3) 1
Spring 1998 (25% teaching, 75% research)
  • *WTSN-292 Electrical Phenomena-Part III (2) 80
  • EE-386 Engineering Practice II (3) 31
  • EE-599 Research and Thesis (X) 2
Continuing Education
  • Spring 1997 "Power Electronics Packaging – A Circuit Design Approach" (3 hrs.)
    IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference.
  • Fall 1998 "Power Packaging – A Systems Perspective" (2 hrs.)
    International Workshop on Integrated Power Packaging
  • Spring 1999 "Power Electronics Packaging" (3 hrs.)
    IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference.

 

GRADUATE STUDENT ADVISING:

(MP) as Major Professor; (CM) as Committee Member, (ABD) as All But Degree

  • R. Puri, MS thesis topic: "Hybrid Implementation of an Off–Line DC–DC 500 Watt Zero–Current Switched Quasi–Resonant Power Converter"; completed 1991 (MP)
  • C. R. Mosling, MS thesis topic: "Using DC/DC Converters to Equalize the Charging of Long Battery Strings"; completed 1992 (MP)
  • J. R. Weber, MS thesis topic: "Lunar Base Power System Design Considerations, " completed 1992 (CM)
  • D. W. Root, MS thesis topic: "Synthesis of Switch–Mode Power Electronic Circuits for Energy Recirculation and Storage"; completed 1993 (MP)
  • R. S. Saint-Pierre, Jr., MS thesis topic: "Analysis of a Self-Oscillating Zero-Voltage Switched Quasi-Resonant Half-Bridge DC-DC Converter," completed 1992 (CM)
  • M. Sakar, MS thesis topic: "A Mathematical Approach to Minimize the Total Mass of a Space Based Power System by Using Multivariate Non–Linear Optimization"; completed 1995 (MP)
  • R. Wunderlich, Ph.D. dissertation topic: "Modeling of Emission and High Injection Effects on a Four–Layer Semiconductor Structure"; completed 1995 (MP)
  • F. Li, MS thesis topic: "Analysis and Control of a Resonant–Switched Self–Oscillating Converter"; completed 1996 (MP)
  • J. A. Young, MS thesis topic: "Control of a Transitional Boost–Buck Converter"; completed 1996 (MP)
  • C. A. Bendall, MS thesis topic: "A Zero–Voltage Transition Audio Amplifier Employing a New Current Control Technique"; completed 1996 (MP)
  • D. Scheel, MS thesis topic: "A Co-Generation Fueling Station for Electric Vehicles"; completed 1996 – ABD (MP)
  • N. L. Richardson, MS thesis topic: "Modeling and Characterization of Field Aided Drift in Highly Interdigitated Thyristor devices," 1996- ABD (MP)
  • M. F. Thompson, MS thesis topic: "A Space Vector Modulated, Three Phase , Four Wire Inverter," completed 1997. (MP)
  • R. K. Huber, MS thesis topic: "On-Line Diagnostic System for Power Generators," completed 1995. (CM)
  • M. Misiewicz, MS thesis topic: "Non-Linear Capacitor Characterization through Self-Resonant Testing," 1996- ABD (MP)
  • I. B. Schirmer, MEd. thesis topic: "Retention Factors in Undergraduate Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Programs at the State University of New York at Binghamton," (College of Education) completed 1997 (CM)
  • A. Craig, MS thesis topic: "Modeling and Characterization of a New, Ultra Fast, High Power, Four Layer Semiconductor Device, The Pulsed Power Thyristor," completed 1997. (MP)

VISITING SCHOLARS:

  • M. Schuller 1994 Germany
  • U. Wollman 1994 Germany
  • I. Thiele 1994 Germany
  • S. Xu (Professor) 1995 - 1996 P. R. China