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National University of Ireland, Galway (Power Electronics Research Centre)

Address: Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Nun's Island, Galway, IRELAND
URL: http://perc.nuigalway.ie

The Power Electronics Research Centre at NUI, Galway was established in 1992. Current research areas include: high frequency magnetics, improved light-load efficiency of power supplies, applications of wearable power generators, power conversion for fuel cells and resonant converters.

Ana Cimpian

Position: PhD Researcher
E-Mail: ana.cimpian [AT] gmail.com
Telephone: 0857687639

Maeve Duffy

Position: Lecturer
E-Mail: maeve.duffy [AT] nuigalway.ie

Maeve Duffy graduated from NUI Galway with a B.E. in Electronic Engineering in 1992, and with a PhD in 1997. The title of her PhD thesis was Modelling and Analysis of Planar Magnetic Devices. From 1997 - 2001, she was employed as a research officer with PEI Technologies in NMRC, Cork where she was involved in the design of magnetic components for fabrication in different interconnect technologies, including PCB, thick film and thin film on silicon. Since then, she has been lecturing in the Electrical & Electronic Engineering in NUI Galway

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