Nanyang Technological University

Research Fellow (Power Electronics)

​Established in 1981, the SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING (EEE) is one of the founding Schools of the Nanyang Technological University. Built on a culture of excellence, the School is renowned for its high academic standards and strong tradition in research. To support teaching and cutting-edge research, EEE is host to 11 research centres and more than 50 laboratories, which are well-equipped with modern facilities and state-of-the-art equipment. With about 200 faculty members and an enrolment of more than 4,000, of which about 1,300 are graduate students, it is one of the largest EEE schools in the world.

We are looking for a self-motivated research fellow with research background in power electronics.

  • Modelling, control and stability analysis of power electronics based power system.
  • Design of power converters based on wide band-gap power semiconductors.
  • Design of advanced topology/control algorithm for reliability improvement.
  • Setting up hardware/prototype and conducting experimental validation.
  • Contributing to conference/journal publications and project reports.

 

Requirement

  • PhD degree in Electrical Engineering.
  • Hands-on experience in high power converter design, experiment, and system debug.
  • Deep understanding in power electronics converter modelling and control.
  • Experience with DSP, FPGA, DSAPCE control platforms and PCB design
  • Proficiency with Matlab/Simulink, PLECS, SPICE simulation tools.
  • Capability of doing independent research.

 

Application Procedure

Interested candidates please send your CV/resume and a statement of research interests to:
 
Asst Prof TANG YI
School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Nanyang Technological University
50 Nanyang Avenue
Block S2.1
Singapore 639798

E-mail Address for E-mailed Applications: yitang@ntu.edu.sg.
 
Electronic submission of application is highly encouraged.

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified for interview.

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