EV Fast Charging Technology – Power Electronics Part

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University of Manitoba Industry Application Society (IAS) SBC is pleased to present the following Technical Seminar: EV Fast Charging Technology – Power Electronics Part, Presented by: Dr. River Tin-ho Li, Senior Manager, Power Electronics Team, Smart Power & Energy System, Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute (ASTRI)

This technical seminar is open to all graduate and undergraduate students, researchers, faculty members and professionals.

Stay after for Networking, Free Coffee and Donuts



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  • University of Manitoba
  • 75 Chancellors Circle
  • Winnipeg, Manitoba
  • Canada R3T 5V6
  • Building: EITC, Fort Garry Campus
  • Room Number: E3-262, Senate Chamber
  • Starts 21 September 2019 02:53 PM
  • Ends 07 October 2019 09:30 AM
  • All times are Canada/Central
  • No Admission Charge
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  Speakers

River Tin-ho Li

River Tin-ho Li

Topic:

EV Fast Charging Technology – Power Electronics Part

Transport electrification is being focused again in recent years. Many car manufacturers have been releasing and promoting electric passenger cars and buses around the world. Electrical vehicles help to massively reduce the impact of industrial development on the environment. In this presentation, we will review the power electronics technology development in EV DC fast charging since 2010, particularly focus will be put on the power stage topology development so as to achieve the wider and wider voltage charging range of vehicles.  The development trend in the near future will also be explored.

Biography:

Dr. River Tin-ho Li received his B.Eng., and Ph.D. degrees in electronics engineering from the City University of Hong Kong in 2004 and 2010 respectively.

In 2006, he was a Senior Electronics Engineer at Emerson Network Power China responsible for power supply burn-in energy recycle system development. In 2010, he joined ABB Switzerland as a Scientist and responsible for PV inverter and EV charger research activities. He was transferred to ABB China in 2013 and set up the power electronics research team. In 2018, he joined Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute (ASTRI), where he is currently a Senior Manager of Power Electronics Team. His research interests include power electronics converter topologies and efficient switching techniques for low voltage applications.