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Supervised Thesis

1.       Morteza Rezaei Larijani, Intelligent Real-time Management of Energy Flows in a Connected Electric Vehicle, PhD Thesis, to be defended

2.       Sadra Tavakolian, Design and Implementation of a Bidirectional Dual Active Bridge DC-DC Converter, M.S. Thesis, to be defended

3.       Mohammad Reza Kadkhodaei, Converter design for hybrid thermoelectricity and solar energy harvesting for wearable sensors, M.S. Thesis, to be defended

4.       Payam Mohammadali Rezaei, Design and Implementation of a Regenerative Programmable AC Current Source, M.S Thesis, Winter 2022

5.       Mohsen Osanloo, Modification of the CLLC bidirectional converter structure to reduce the range of frequency variations, PhD Thesis, to be defended

6.       Roozbeh Ghasemizadeh, Design and Implementation of a Regenerative Programmable AC Voltage Source, M. S. Thesis, summer 2020

7.       Sadegh Akhlaghi, Model Predictive Controller Design for Regenerative Electronic AC Load, M. S. Thesis, fall 2019

8.       Diyar Aminian, Design and Implementation of a Three phase Regenerative Electronic AC Load, M. S. Thesis, fall 2019

9.       Sadra Tafaghodi, Design and Fabrication of DC-DC Buck Converter and LDO With Tunable Voltage Conversion Ratio in a Wide Range in 0.18m-HV BCD CMOS, M. S. Thesis, summer 2019, (cosuperviser)

10.   Sajjad Kochoei, Design and implementation of protected smart high side and low side switch and drivers in 0.18 HV BCD CMOS technology, M. S. Thesis, summer 2019, (cosuperviser)

11.   Danial Sadeghpoor, Analysis and Design of a Photovoltaic DC-DC & DC-AC Converter, M. S. Thesis, winter 2019, (cosuperviser)

12.   Alireza barmaki, Design and implementation of a modular 3-ph grid connected solar inverter, M. S. Thesis, winter 2019

13.   AmirAli Davoudi, Fault-Tolerant Operation of Three-Phase Dual Active Bridge DC-DC Converter Against Semiconductor Power Switches Fault, M. S. Thesis, fall 2018

14.   Farzad Yazdani, Efficiency improvement of Dual Active Bridge Isolated DC converter used in braking energy storage system of urban rail transport(metro), PhD Thesis, Sharif University of technology, to be completed

15.   Moein Ghadrdan, Design of Medium Voltage Multi-Level, Multi Cell Inverter with Reliability Consideration, M. S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, summer 2017

16.   S. Hamid Montazeri, Switch Fault Detection for Active Neutral-Point-Clamped (ANPC) Inverters, M. S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, fall 2017

17.   S. Saeed Mirghasemi, Design and Implementation of High P.F. Flicker Free E-capless LED Driver, M. S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, winter 2018

18.   Negar Norouzi, Performance improvement of grid-connected quasi-Z-Source photovoltaic inverter to reduce leakage currents, PhD Thesis, Sharif University of technology, summer 2018

19.   Mohsen Rezayati, Design and implementation of FPGA based real time simulator for power electronic converters, M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. Fall 2016

20.   Manouchehr fathi, Post fault vector control of CHB driven induction motor, M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. Fall 2016

21.   Hossein Kazemi, Post-Fault Control of Fault-Tolerant Multi Module Converters, M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. Winter 2015

22.   Morteza Rezaei Larijani, Design and implementation Real-Time simulator for CHB converter using FPGA, M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. summer 2015

23.   Saeed Haghnazari, Fast failure detection in modular multilevel converter power switches for fault tolerant operation, PhD Thesis, Sharif University of technology, to be completed

24.   Mohammad Amereh, Design and implementation of transformerless grid connected PV inverter with mitigating leakage currents, M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. fall 2014

25.   Hamed Valipour, High Efficiency off-line light-emitting diode (LED) driver with long lifetime, M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. summer 2014

26.   Abbas Komeijani, Optimum design hybrid energy storage systems in electric urban rail transport systems, M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. summer 2014

27.   Saeed Ouni, Performance Improvement of Cascaded H-bridge Multilevel Inverter Under Faulty Conditions, PhD Thesis, Sharif University of technology, fall 2017

28.   Masih Khodabande, Introducing a suitable structure and control method for main component of the direct AC to AC converter, M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. summer 2014

29.   Mohammad Heydari, Design hybrid storage systems for electric urban rail transport systems, , M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. fall 2013

30.   Ayoub Balador, Design of medium voltage multilevel inverter with reliability consideration, M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. summer 2013

31.   M. Yazdanian, Optimum Design of a Low Speed Superconducting Synchronous Machine , PhD Thesis, Sharif University of technology, Summer 2013 (co-supervised)

32.   S. Tohidi, Analysis and improvement of dynamic behavior of brushless doubly fed generators in wind turbines ,PhD Thesis, Sharif University of technology, fall 2012 (co-supervised)

33.   M. Shahbazi, Fault tolerant converter for doubly-fed induction generator wind turbines based on five-leg converter , PhD Thesis, Sharif University of technology-Nancy1 University, fall 2012 (co-supervised)

34.   J. Babaei, Design & implementation of a wide output power range, high efficiency inverter for PV application, M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. fall 2012

35.   M. Hanifi, , Energy savings in the urban electrified railway using onboard storage systems, M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. winter 2011

36.   P. Elhaminia, Optimum Design of magnetic circuit of Superconducting Synchronous Machine ,M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. fall 2011

37.   M. Shirazi, Balanced Three Phase Load Voltage Control of a Stand-Alone Hybrid System including Wind Turbine, PV and Fuel cells ,M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. fall 2010

38.   N. Noroozi, Efficiency improvement Methods for a Buck + Boost Single stage PWM rectifier ,M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. fall 2010

39.   R. Haghi, Efficiency improvement of a PWM rectifier using soft switching and Redesign of the modified converter ,M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. fall 2010

40.   R. Beiranvand, Design and Implement of the Ion Implanters Ion Gun Power Supplies by Using the Resonant Converters ,PhD. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. fall 2010, (co-supervisor)

41.   S. Kazemloo, Direct Torque Control of Induction Motor Fed by Reduced Switch Three Phase Inverter M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. fall 2009

42.   S. Ouni, Design and Simulation of a Four Switch Three Phase 6 kW Rectifier with Input Power Factor Correction, M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. fall 2009

43.   Mohammadpour, Design and simulation of a three-phase single-stage power factor correction rectifier, MS. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. summer 2009

44.   H. Mousavian, Design and Implementation of a Solar Charger with Maximum Power Point Tracking Ability, M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. fall 2008

45.   Sahari, Designing a Passivity Based Controller for a Three Phase PFC Rectifier, M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. summer 2008

46.   Mirmousa, Simulation and Design of an Electronic Power Transformer for Distribution Systems, M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. fall 2007

47.   Moallem, DSP-Based Controller Design and Implementation for a Three Phase Rectifier of a Telecommunication Power Supply with Power Factor Correction, M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. 2007

48.   H. Mirzaei, Design and Prototyping of Three-Phase/Level/Switch VIENNA I Rectifier to Operate Under Unbalnced Mains, M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. 2007

49.   S. Kaboli, Optimization of direct torque control method in induction motor drives to reduce torque pulsation and loss in complete set of motor and inverter PhD Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. 2006

50.   V. Jalali, Design and Simulation of a High efficiency 6 kW Switching Power Supply with Input Power Factor Correction, M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. 2006

51.   Ghafouri, Transient Stability Improvement of Power Systems Using Fuzzy Controlled STATCOM, M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. 2006

52.   Bassirou Sock, Digital controller using dynamic pole placement by polynomial approach for power factor correction circuit, M.S. Thesis, North Carolina A&T State University, ECE Dept, 2005 (co advisor)

53.   Clarissa Jennifer John Joseff, Thermal based current sharing of parallel converters, M.S. Thesis, North Carolina A&T State University, ECE Dept, 2004 (co advisor)

54.   P. Murphy, Predictive digital control of switching power supplies with the introduction of dead time, M.S. Thesis, North Carolina A&T State University, ECE Dept, 2004 (co advisor)

55.   Mahboubi, Design and implementation of a five level three phase voltage inverter for induction motor drive M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. 2003

56.   J.H. Park, Digital Control of Asymmetrical Half-Bridge Converter with Range Winding Based on LQG regulation, M.S. Thesis, North Carolina A&T State University, ECE Dept, 2003 (co advisor)

57.   H. Keyhani, Improvement of DTC induction motor drive performance using a discrete space vector modulation technique M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. 2003

58.   S. Abazari, Power System Transient Stability Improvement Using ASVC , PhD Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. 2003 (co adviser)

59.   S. Haghbin, Real time stator resistance estimation for direct torque controlled induction motor drive M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. 2002

60.   Hamani, Direct torque control of induction motors using multilevel inverters M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. 2002

61.   A.M. Rahimi, Samsung S51 switching power supply analysis and optimization M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. 2001

62.   Arefi, Precise control of position, speed and acceleration in AC servo motors M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. 2001

63.   S. Mohammadi, Static drivers for synchronous drives M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. 2000

64.   S.M. Sadrieh, A current source based driver for Linear Piezoelectric step motor M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. 2000 (co adviser)

65.   R. Maleki, Design and implementation of a PC based controlled harmonic generator M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. 2000 ( co adviser)

66.   M. Jokar, Static excitation of a synchronous generator M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. 1999 ( co adviser)

67.   D. Dideban, Design and implementation of a virtual test bed for DC/Dc converters M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. 2000 ( co adviser)

68.   B. Vafakhah, Investigation on machine modeling error on direct torque control of induction motor and proposing a modified model M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. 1999

69.   H. Khademizadeh, Investigation on reduced switch inverter fed variable speed low power induction motor drive M.S. Thesis, Sharif University of technology, EE Dept. 1999


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