Joshua Traube, Ph.D. 2013, Predicting the Effects of Short-Term Photovoltaic Variability on Power System Frequency for Systems with Integrated Energy Storage.
Daniel Costinett, Ph.D. 2013, Analysis and Design of High Efficiency, High Conversion Ratio, DC-DC Power Converters; co-advisor: Prof. Regan Zane. Dr. Costinett is now an Assistant Professor at University of Tennessee Knoxville.
Daniel Clement, M.S. 2013, PV submodule integrated DC-DC converters
Yushan Li, Ph.D. 2012, High Efficiency Power Supplies for Multi-Mode RF Power Amplifiers in Cellular Handset Applications
Greg Stahl, M.S. 2012
Hoda Pahlevanzadeh, M.S. 2012
Mark Norris, Ph.D. 2012, Multi-Phase High Slew-Rate Tracking Supply for WCDMA/LTE Base Stations
Sang Hee Kang, Ph.D. 2011, Efficiency Optimization in Digitally Controlled Flyback DC-DC Converters Over Wide Ranges of Operating Conditions
Sung Woo Moon, Ph.D. 2011, Auto-Tuning of Digitally Controlled Single-Phase Low Harmonic Rectifiers and Inverters
Aleksandar Bjeletic, M.S. 2010; project: Specifications-Based Optimization of Point-of-Load Converters. Co-advisor: Prof. Regan Zane
Fu-Zen Chen, Ph.D. 2010, Thesis: Digital Control Techniques for Efficiency Improvements in Single-Phase Boost Power Factor Correction Rectifiers
Barry Mather, Ph.D. 2010, Thesis: Digital Control Techniques for Single-Phase Power Factor Correction Rectifiers
Xu Zhang, Ph.D. 2009, Thesis: Digital Control Techniques for Synchronous Buck DC-DC Converters
Rajarshi Paul, Ph.D. 2009, Thesis: Adaptive Power Control for WCDMA RF Power Amplifiers with Antenna Mismatch
Jeff Morroni, Ph.D. 2009, Thesis: Adaptive Tuning and Monitoring of Digitally Controlled Switched-Mode Power Supplies; co-advisor: Prof. Regan Zane
Amir Babazadeh, Ph.D. 2009, Thesis: Switching Surface Approach for Improved Transient Response in Digitally Controlled DC-DC Power Converters
Mariko Shirazi, Ph.D. 2009, Thesis: Embedded Frequency Response Measurement Capability for Monitoring and Tuning of System Dynamics in Digitally-Controlled DC-DC Converters. Co-advisor: Prof. Regan Zane.
Shruti Yalamurty, M.S. 2008
Yang Zhang, Ph.D. 2007, Thesis: Digital Control in Modular Multiphase DC-DC Converters. Co-advisor: Prof. Regan Zane.
Xufeng Jiang, Ph.D. 2007, Thesis: Envelope-Tracking Power Supplies for RF Power Amplifiers in Portable Applications
Milan Ilic, Ph.D. 2007, Thesis: Analysis, Modeling and Design of a Wide Range Constant Power Source
Bhaskar Ramachandran, M.S. 2007
Vahid Yousefzadeh, Ph.D. 2006, Thesis: Digitally Controlled Power Converters for RF Power Amplifiers.
Haitao Hu, M.S. 2006
Hao Peng, Ph.D. 2006, Thesis: Digital Current-Mode Control of DC-DC Converters
Barry Arbetter, Ph.D. 2006, Thesis: DC-DC Converter Utilizing Hysteretic Current-Mode Control for Low-Voltage Microprocessor Systems with Power Management
Toru Takayama, M.S. 2006, Thesis: Optimization of Monolithic Digitally Controlled DC-DC Converters
Sandeep Dhar, Ph.D. 2004, Thesis: Low-Power Design Using Adaptive Voltage Scaling and Multiple Voltage Distribution
Praneet Athalye, Ph.D. 2004, Thesis: High-Performance Power Factor Correctors for Avionics Applications. Co-advisor: Prof. Robert Erickson
Serge Simonov, M.S. 2004, Thesis: Inductor Design for Monolithic DC-DC Converters
Asif Syed, M.S. 2004, Thesis: Feed-Forward Digital Pulse Modulators
Ershad Ahmed, M.S. 2004, Thesis: High-Frequency Low-Power Digital PWM Controller Chip with Feed-Forward Compensation
Aleksandar Prodic, Ph.D. 2003, Thesis: Digital Control of Switching Converters: Design and VLSI/DSP Implementation. Dr. Prodic is now an Associate Professor at the University of Toronto.
Kusumal Changtong, Ph.D. 2003, Thesis: Magnetics Modeling and Design for Improved Cross-Regulation. Co-advisor: Prof. Robert Erickson
Jingquen Chen, Ph.D. 2002, Thesis: Topologies and Control of Single-Phase Low-Harmonic Rectifiers. Co-advisor: Prof. Robert Erickson
Michael Vincent, M.S. 2002, Thesis: Design and Implementation of a Self-Calibrated Delay-Line Analog-to-Digital Converter
Benjamin Patella, M.S. 2000, Thesis: High-Speed Low-Power Digital PWM Controller. For his work on the "Buffalo Switcher" all-digital PWM control chip Ben Patella received the College of Engineering Award for Excellence in Scholarship and Research.
Regan Zane, Ph.D. 1999, Thesis: Development, Analysis, and Implementation of an ASIC Controller for Single-Phase Power-Factor-Correction. Dr. Zane is now an Associate Professor at Utah State University
Nagandini Jayaram, M.S. 1997, Thesis: Power Factor Corrector Based on Coupled-Inductor SEPIC with Nonlinear-Carrier Control
Anders Fagerhaud, M.S. 1996, Thesis: Nonlinear-Carrier Control for Single-Phase High-Power-Factor Rectifiers
Brede Arntzen, M.S. 1995, Thesis: Switched-Capacitor DC-DC Converter Design for Low-Power Applications
Predrag Pejovic, Ph.D. 1995, Thesis: A Method for Simulation of Power Electronic Systems Using Piecewise-Linear Device Models. Dr. Pejovic is now a Professor at the University of Belgrade.