A bit about me
I am an
Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and
Computer Science at MIT, and a member
of the Laboratory for
Electromagnetic and Electronic Systems (LEES). I received the B.S.
degree from Boston University, and the
S.M. and Ph.D. degrees from MIT, all in Electrical Engineering.
include the design of electronic systems, controls, and instrumentation,
and their application to a wide variety of engineering problems. Much of
my ongoing research focuses on power electronics. Power electronic
circuits process and control electrical energy, and their design is a
major consideration in all kinds of systems. To learn more about the
research carried out by my group, see my research page, the LEES web
site, or look at some of my publications.
I teach the
graduate power electronics course (6.334) at MIT. I am also involved in
the undergraduate core circuits and electronics class (6.002). For more
information about my teaching activities, see my teaching page.