Faisal Khan

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Personal Profile

Faisal Khan serves as the chief researcher in the field of power electronics and electric machines, power semiconductor device packaging, transportation electronics, reliability and degradation analysis of power converters and batteries. He has introduced several new techniques to determine the useful remaining life of converters and batteries and designed high-efficiency modular power conversion and resonator-based power conversion systems for biomedical and low electromagnetic interface applications. 

Research Interests

Scalable multilevel-modular >10 kV silicon carbide MOSFET architecture

Estimating remaining life and availability of power semiconductor devices using sympathetic string theory, dynamic safe operating area, and ultrasound resonators

Designing power converters for emerging applications

Resonator design for power converters for biomedical applications

Multilevel modular switched-capacitor converters

Professional Experience

Senior Power Electronics Engineer, Electric Power Research Institute (2007–2009)

Assistant Professor, University of Utah (2009–2014)

Associate Professor, University of Missouri, Kansas City (2015–2021)

Director, Missouri Center for Advanced Energy (2021–2021)

Chair, IEEE Utah Power Engineering Society (2010–2014)

Vice Chair, IEEE PAR 1789 Standard Committee (2007–2009)

Education/Academic Qualification

Master, Electrical Engineering, Arizona State University

Bachelor, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology

PhD, Electrical Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville


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