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Postdoctoral Fellows

John Lam
9jcwl [at] queensu.ca
108 Walter Light Hall
(613) 533-6000 x78155

Dr. John Lam received his PhD in Electrical Engineering from Queen’s University in 2010. As a MITACS Industrial Fellow, he is currrently working with industrial partner Cistel Technologies to address the poor power factor in current compact fluorescent light bulb (CFL) ballast circuits and to improve the compatibility between dimmable CFLs and standard incandescent dimmers.

Majid Pahlevaninezhad
7mp [at] queensu.ca
114 Walter Light Hall
(613) 533-6000 x75388

Majid Pahlevaninezhad received BSc and MSc degrees in Electrical Engineering from Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran, in 2002 and 2004 respectively, and his PhD in Electrical Engineering from Queen's University in 2012. Majid worked as a technical manager in the Information and Communication Technology Institute at IUT from 2003 to 2007, where he was involved in design and implementation of high quality resonant converters and application of robust control methods in power converters. Majid's research interests include robust and nonlinear control, power electronics, and finite element methods in electromagnetics.

Previous Post-Doctoral Fellows

Pritam Das

Davood Yazdani

Osama Bayoumy

Mei Qiu

Masoud Karimi Ghartemani

Shangzhi Pan

Mohammed S. Agamy (Single stage power factor corrected three-level resonant converters)

Zhongming Ye (Control and modelling of resonant high frequency inverters)

Mohamed Z. Youssef (Control and modelling of high frequency resonant dc/dc converters for powering next-generation microprocessors)

Gerry Moschopolous (Single stage, single phase power factor corrected converter topologies)

Brij Singh (Single stage, three phase power factor corrected converter topologies)

Alireza Bakhshai (Control of multi level converters)

Jose Espinoza (Soft switching converter topologies)

Donato Vincenti (Single stage, single phase power factor corrected converter topologies for HFC networks)