Sudip K. Mazumder, Biodata

Senior Member IEEE,
Associate Professor,
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Director Laboratory for Energy & Switching-Electronics Systems
University of Illinois, Chicago

email851 S. Morgan St, MC: 154Chicago, IL 60607-7053 Ph: 312-355-1315

Education

2001 Ph.D., Electrical and Computer Engineering, Virginia Tech., Blacksburg, Virginia

1993 M.S., Electrical Power Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York

1989 B.E., Electrical Engineering, University of Delhi, India

Professional Experience

2009- President, NextWatt LLC, Hoffman Estates, Illinois

2009- Technical Consultant for APEI, Intelligent Automation Inc.

2006- Associate Professor (tenured), ECE Department, University of Illinois, Chicago

2004 Faculty Fellow, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

2003- Honor’s College Fellow, University of Illinois, Chicago

2001 Assistant Professor, ECE Department, University of Illinois, Chicago

1996 Senior R&D Engineer, R&D Electricals (Power Electronics), Crompton Greaves, Mumbai, India

1994 R&D Engineer, Kollmorgen Motion Technology Group, Radford, Virginia

1989 Design Engineer, AC Machines Drives Division, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), Hardwar, India

Research Expertise and Interests

Interactive power-electronics/power networks, smart grid, and energy storage

Renewable and alternative energy based power electronics systems for distributed generation and microgrid

SiC and GaN based high-frequency, high-temperature, and high-voltage power electronics

Optically triggered wide-bandgap power-electronics device and control technologies

Awards and Achievements

2009 Certificate of Recognition from the IEEE Trans. on Industrial Electronics for Outstanding Contribution as an Associate Editor to elevate the ranking of the transaction to number one in terms of impact factor

2008, 2006 Faculty Research Award for Excellence in Research and Scholarly Activities at the U. of Illinois

2007 Outstanding Paper Award, IEEE International Conference on Advanced Information Networking

2005 IEEE International Future Energy Challenge Award - first among U.S. universities

2005 Young Investigator Award, Office of Naval Research

2003 CAREER Award, National Science Foundation

2003 Best Paper in a Session at the IEEE Industrial Electronics Conference

2002 Prize Paper Award, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics

2001-to date In the last 9 years, received 25 sponsored projects (PI in 21 of them) with an average annual funding over $500k

1984 Olympiad Award for outstanding performance in mathematics, Mathematical Society of India

1983 National Merit Scholar (ranked 9th out of 250,000 students), India

Editorships

2009- Associate Editor, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics

2008- Associate Editor, IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronics Systems

2003- Associate Editor, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics

2006-2009 First Editor-in-Chief, Advances in Power Electronics

2002-2005 Associate Editor, IEEE Power Electronics Letters

2005- Editorial Board Member, International Journal of Engineering

Panel Reviewer

2010 Department of Energy Panel on Smart Grid RD&D

2010 National Science Foundation Panel for Major Research Instrumentation program

2010 National Science Foundation Panel for Power Control and Adaptive Networks program

2010 National Science Foundation Panel for Electronics, Photonics, and Device Technologies program

2009 Advanced Research Project Agency – Energy Panel on Renewable and Alternative Energy Systems

2009 Department of Energy Panel on Smart Grid

2008 National Science Foundation Panel for Electronics, Photonics, and Device Technologies program

2008 National Science Foundation Panel for Power Control and Adaptive Networks program

2006 American Association for the Advancement of Science Panel on Alternative Energy Systems

2005 NSF Panel on Networking Technology and Systems

2005 U.S. Civilian Research and Development Foundation Panel on Multiphase PWM Converter

2004 NSF Panel Reviewer on Sensors and Networks

Other Professional Services External to the University of Illinois, Chicago

2010 Co-Chair, Technical Program Committee, IEEE Int. Symposium on Power Electronics for Distributed Generation

2010 Technical Program Vice Chair, IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition

2010 International Program Committee Member, IASTED International Conference on Solar Energy

2009, 2010 International Technical Program Committee Member, IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition

2009- Co-Chair, IEEE Power Electronics Society (PELS) Technical Committee on Sustainable Energy Systems

2009- Vice Chair, IEEE PELS Technical Committee on Distributed Generation and Renewable Energy

2009, 2010 Chair, Student/Industry Coordination Activities, IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition

2009 Technical Program Committee Member, NSF Workshop on Cyber Physical Energy System

2009 International Program Committee Member, International Conference on Solar Energy

2009 Working Group Committee Member for IEEE P1676: Control Architecture for High Power Electronics (≥ 1 MW) used in Electric Power Transmission and Distribution Systems

2009 NSF Panel Member, IEEE Power Systems Conference and Exposition

2008 Invited Participant, NSF Workshop on Advanced Power Conditioning for Alternate Energy Systems

2008 Session Chair, IEEE Industrial Electronics Conference

2008 Session Organizer for Robust Silicon Carbide Devices and Applied Technologies for Next-Generation Power Electronics, IEEE Industrial Electronics Conference

2008 International Technical Program Committee Member, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference

2008 NSF Panel Member, IEEE Power Engineering Society Conference

2008 International Program Committee Member, International Conf. on Power and Energy Systems

2008 Session Chair, IEEE Industrial Applications Society Conference

2008 Topic Chair, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference

2001- Reviewer, 10 IEEE and other Tier-one Peer Reviewed International Journals and Conferences

2007 Program Committee Member, Electro/Information Technology Conference

2007 Session Chair, Electro/Information Technology Conference

2007 Tutorial Co-Chair, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference

2007 Session Chair, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference

2006 Session Chair, IEEE International Power Electronics, Drives, and Energy Systems Conference

2005 International Steering Committee Member for IEEE International Conf. on Industrial Electronics Technology

2004 IEEE Power Electronics Society (PELS) Administrative Committee Member

2002-2007 International Steering Committee Member, IEEE International Power Electronics Congress

2003 Special Session Organizer on Fuel Cell Power Systems, IEEE Industrial Electronics Conference
2002, 2004 Session Chair, IEEE Industry Applications Society Conference

2002, 2003 Session Organizer for Motor Drives, IEEE Industry Applications Society Conference
2001-2003 Session Chair, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference

2002 Session Chair, IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference

Other Professional Services Internal to the University of Illinois, Chicago

2009, 2010 UIC’s Expert Representative on Smart Grid for potentially $1billion/year Midwestern Great Lakes Alliance for Sustainable Energy Research (GLASER) initiative. At UIC, GLASER initiative has been spearheaded by Dr. Larry Danziger, Interim Vice Chancellor for Research

2008-2010 Graduate College Executive Committee Member 2008-2011 Graduate College Awards Committee Member

2008, Chair, ECE Electronic Laboratory Committee

2008– Member, ECE Electronic Laboratory Committee

2008- Faculty Advisor along with Dr. Vladimir Goncharoff (ECE), Eta Kappa Nu Honor Society

2006- ECE Undergraduate and Graduate Student Advising for regular courses (about 15 students/semester)

2007-2008 Member, ECE Faculty Search Committee

2007-2010 Member, University Faculty Senate

2007-2008 Member, ECE Advisory Committee

2007 Developed a Ph.D. Qualifier area in power electronics and electric circuits (probably first of its kind in USA)

2006-2007 ECE Co-Chair, College of Engineering Space Committee, appointed by the Dean of Engineering

2007- Chair, ECE Computer Committee

2007- Chair, ECE Ph.D. Qualifier Committee on Electric Circuits and Power Electronics

2006-2007 Chair, ECE Electronic Laboratory Committee

2004- Honor's College Fellow

2004-2005 Advisory Committee Member, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

2004- Faculty Lead, IEEE International Future Energy Challenge Team

2004, 2005 Judge, Senior Design Exposition

2003-2004 Chair, Graduate Subcommittee on Electric Circuits

2003-2004 Chair, Undergraduate Subcommittee on Electric Circuits

2003-2005 Member, Electronics Instructional Laboratory Committee

2004-2006 Research and Technical support for Proctor and Gamble power-management project

2002-2005 Member, ECE Departmental Web Committee

2002-2003 Member, Student Scholarship Committee

2001- A state-of-the art power electronics laboratory ( Laboratory for Energy and Switching-Electronics Systems) has been developed by Prof. S.K. Mazumder at the University of Illinois, Chicago with advanced facilities and equipments for carrying out power-electronics research

2001- Member, ECE Ph.D. Qualifier Committee on Controls

2001- Undergraduate student advising for Senior-design, Honors-college, and Undergraduate-research projects
2001- Graduate student Academic Research Advising for M.S. and Ph.D. students

Visitors to Laboratory for Energy and Switching-Electronics Systems

1. Mr. Glen F. Keller, Argon National Laboratory, 2009 (Photos: Lab Visit, Invited Presentation)

2. Prof. Philip T. Krein, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 2009 (Photos: Lab Visit, Lab Visit, Invited Presentation)

3. Dr. Paul Maki, Program Manager, Office of Naval Research, 2008

4. Prof. Joseph Bentsman, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 2007

5. Prof. Dagmar Niebur, Drexel University and Program Manager (PCAN), National Science Foundation, 2008

6. Prof. Dan Chen, National Taiwan University, 2006

7. Prof. David J. Perrault, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), 2005

8. Prof. Issa Batarseh, University of Central Florida, 2005

9. Prof. R.M. Tanner, Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, University of Illinois, Chicago, 2003

10. Prof. Soumitro Banerjee, Indian Institute of Technology, 2002

Research Associates, Ph.D./M.S. Students

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I am looking for qualified and experienced candidates for Postdoctoral and Doctoral research in the following areas:

1. CONTROL SYSTEMS: A) distributed control over communication network; B) nonlinear and hybrid control standalone and networked power converters

2. HIGH-FREQUENCY POWER CONVERSION: A) topology, system design, fabrication; B) packaging

3. POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES: A) fabrication experience with GaAs, GaN; B) photonic devices; C) modeling experience with Silvaco

Apply with detailed CV and project experiences at your earliest convenience.

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Visiting Scholars and Post-Doctoral Research Associates

Name of Research Associate or Visiting Professor Beginning and Completion Nature of Supervision
1. Dr. A.K. Rathore 09/01/09 – to date Post-Doctoral Research Associate Focus: High frequency power conversion systems for renewable

Role: Advisor

2. Dr. S.N. Bose 06/01/09 – to date Post-Doctoral Research Associate Focus: Design and fabrication of monolithic GaN-SiC optically triggered heterostructure power transistor

Role: Advisor

3. Dr. N. Elhalawany 07/01/10 – Visiting Scholar Research Focus: Photovoltaic cell using organic-inorganic heterostructure interface

Role: Advisor

4. Dr. K. Acharya 01/09 – 06/09 Post-Doctoral Research Associate Focus: Sequence based control of power electronics converters

Role: Advisor
First placement: R&D Texas Instruments

5. Dr. T. Sarkar 01/01/09 – 12/15/09 Post-Doctoral Research Associate Focus: GaAs based optically triggered power transistor for optically-activated gate control of Si/SiC power MOSFETs

Role: Advisor
First placement: R&D Fairchild, potential faculty candidate for Assistant Professor, IIT Chennai

6. Prof. S. Parui 03/07 – 09/07 Visiting Professor Research Focus: Nonlinear analysis of interactive power networks

Role: Advisor

7. Prof. F. Talukdar 06/06 – 08/06 Visiting Professor Research Focus: High-power high-frequency-link inverter

Role: Advisor

Ph.D. Students

Name of Student Beginning and Completion Date Degree, Thesis Title, Role (Advisor or committee member)
1. A. Rahnamaee 08/01/10 - 07/31/13 (expected) Ph.D., Expected Dissertation Title: Design, analysis, and control of renewable dc microgrid.
Role: Advisor
2. A. Tajfar 01/01/10 - 12/31/12 (expected) Ph.D., Expected Dissertation Title: Hybrid modulation based distributed matrix power converter for renewable and alternative energy based ac/ac power conversion
Role: Advisor
3. K. Gacem 01/01/10 - 12/31/13 (expected) Ph.D., Expected Dissertation Title: Autonomous fault rejection in smart grid through distributed multi-impulse controlled discrete transitions
4. R. Huang 01/04 - 06/09 Ph.D., Dissertation Title: Soft-switched dc/dc converter for high-power high-frequency-link power system
Role: Advisor
This student was the co-recipient of the IEEE Future Energy Challenge Award First placement: International Rectifier, Siemens, National Semiconductors
5. T. Sarkar 08/03 - 12/15/09 Ph.D., Dissertation Title: Optical-intensity-modulated gate control of power-electronic-system performance
Role: Advisor
This student received the prestigious 2007 Joseph J. Suozzi IEEE International Telecommunications Energy Conference Fellowship in Power Electronics First placement: Post-doctoral research associate, University of Illinois, Chicago
6. K. Acharya 01/04 - 12/08 Ph.D., Dissertation Title: Global stability analyses and controller design for switching power converters in interactive power-electronics networks
Role: Advisor
This student was the co-recipient of the IEEE Future Energy Challenge Award and holds one U.S. Patent that is based on his graduate research work First placement: Post-doctoral research associate, University of Illinois, Chicago
7. C. Rathod 08/04 - 10/08 Ph.D., Dissertation Title: A multi-body system approach for the analysis of railroad vehicles using a finite element flexible track model
Role: Committee Member
8. T. Muhammad 01/04 - 08/08 Ph.D., Dissertation Title: Wireless communication protocols and resource optimization for distributed control of power networks
Role: Advisor
This student received the Outstanding Paper Award for the 2007 IEEE International Conference on Advanced Information Networking First placements: Assistant Professor, University of Engineering and Technology, Pakistan and Postdoctoral Researcher, Institute of Microelectronics and Wireless Systems, National University of Ireland
9. S.K. Pradhan 08/03 - 07/06 Ph.D., Dissertation Title: Modeling, analysis and control of effects of the electrical feedbacks on PSOFC power conditioning system
Role: Advisor
First placement: Philips Research This student was the co-recipient of the IEEE Future Energy Challenge Award
10. R. Gomm 08/03 - 08/06 Ph.D., Dissertation Title: Real time automated planning and control of construction equipment mechanism
Role: Committee Member
11. R.K. Burra 12/03 - 01/06 Ph.D., Dissertation Title: High performance inverter design for stationary fuel cell power system
Role: Advisor
First placement: GE Corporate Research. This student was the co-recipient of the IEEE Future Energy Challenge Award
12. D. Rancruel 08/01 - 08/05 Ph.D., Dissertation Title: Optimization of solid-oxide fuel cell balance-of-plant system
Role: Committee Member
13. S. Haggag 08/01 - 08/04 Ph.D., Dissertation Title: Fault-tolerant steer by-wire control system for articulated vehicle
Role: Committee Member

M.S. Students

Name of Student Beginning and Completion Dates Degree; Thesis Title; Role (Advisor or committee member)

1. V.V.M. Guntur 07/08/10-08/15/11 (expected) M.S., Expected Thesis Title: A 90 nm sequence-based control ASIC for VRM

Role: Advisor

2. A. Myer 06/01/10 – 12/31/11 (expected) M.S., Expected Thesis Title: Optically controlled high-gain wide-bandgap power semiconductor device

Role: Advisor

3. M. Bloom 06/01/10 – 12/31/11 (expected) M.S, Expected Thesis Title: Differential-mode isolated Cuk converter based photovoltaic grid-tied inverter

Role: Advisor

4. F. Garcia 08/01/09 – 12/31/10(expected) M.S., Thesis Title: Optimal sequence based control of spatially distributed power electronics systems

Role: Advisor

5. S. Anand 08/01/09 – 05/15/11 (expected) M.S., Thesis Title: Real-time channel estimation for distributed control over wireless link

Role: Advisor

6. M. Tarallo 08/15/08–04/30/10 M.S., Thesis Title: Strategies for NoC Architectures

Role: Committee Member

7. P. Jedraszczak 01/08 – 06/09 M.S., Thesis Title: All-SiC based high-temperature PHEV converter

Role: Advisor

8. C.M. Tan 01/05 – 01/07 M.S., Thesis Title: Design of a hybrid controller ASIC for a VRM using 90 nm CMOS process

Role: Advisor

First placement: Linear Technology

9. E. Zordan 08/03 - 08/05 M.S., Thesis Title: Model and analysis of a MEMS micropump

Role: Committee Member

10. O. Kovalenko 08/04 – 08/05 M.S., Thesis Title: Adaptive critic learning techniques for automotive engine control

Role: Committee Member

11. W. Gaiotto 08/02 – 01/04 M.S., Thesis Title: Bandwidth estimation and load balancing in stream control transport protocol

Role: Committee Member

12. S.L. Kamisetty 08/01 - 03/04 M.S., Thesis Title: Nonlinear multiphase voltage regulated module (VRM) controller

Role: Advisor

First placement: Caterpillar

13. A. Lokhandwala 08/01 - 01/04 M.S., Thesis Title: SOFC power conditioner

Role: Advisor

First placement: International Rectifier

14. K. Acharya 08/02 – 11/03 M.S., Thesis Title: System interaction analyses of SOFC power system

Role: Advisor

First placement: Doctoral student at UIC

15. R.K. Burra 08/02 – 11/03 M.S., Thesis Title: SOFC power conditioner

Role: Advisor

First placement: Doctoral student at UIC

16. M. Gelmi 08/00 – 01/02 M.S., Thesis Title: Low-power PD-SOI Circuits

Role: Committee Member

Undergraduate Students

Name of Student Semester and Year Nature of Advising/Supervision

(e.g. independent study; Honors College)

1. Maarcus Weathersby Summer 2010- Undergraduate Research Project (Area of research: Experimental validation of sequence based converter control)

2. A. Meyer Summer 2009 Undergraduate Research Project (Area of research: Sequence based control of power converter).

3. E. Yeung Summer 2009 – to date Undergraduate Research Project (Area of research: Thermal analysis of optically triggered SiC GTO).

4. R. Puri Spring 2009 Senior Design Project (Topic: Universal wireless charger)

5. B. Zdany Spring 2009

6. L. Mathew Spring 2009

7. E. Yeung Spring 2008 As a Honors College Fellow of UIC, Prof. Mazumder advised the following students (7-12)

8. A. Amin Spring 2008

9. T. O’Brien Spring 2008

10. V. Low Spring 2007

11. S. Ahmed Fall 2006

12. A. Lee Fall 2006

13. M. Shah Summer 2008 Senior Design Project (Topic: Smart chair)

14. Jay Shah Summer 2008

15. A. Patel Summer 2008

16. V. Arguelles Spring 2008 Undergraduate Research Project (Area of research: Design of a low-cost single-stage differential Cuk inverter).

First placement: Caterpillar

This work in part led to a 2008 IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference paper.

17. Eta Kappa Nu Honor Fall 2007 – to date Serving as a Faculty Advisor to the merit society students along with Dr. Vladimir Goncharoff of ECE Department

Society Service

18. J. McClure Fall 2007 Senior-Design Project (Topic: The mailbox notification system)

19. Team Lead for Award Fall 2005 Prof. Mazumder guided a team of 10 UIC undergraduate and graduate students for the prestigious IEEE FEC Competition, which involved the design and fabrication of a

Winning UIC Student 1 kW of fuel-cell based single-phase grid-connected inverter. The UIC student received a prestigious award among stiff world-wide competition.

Team for IEEE Future

Energy Challenge (FEC)

Competition

20. E. Duheric Fall 2005 Undergraduate Research Project (Area of research: Avalanche photodiode integration to lateral optically-triggered power transistor).

This student received the UIC’s 2006 Merage American Dream Fellowship.

21. M. Stasinopulous Summer 2005 Undergraduate Research Project (Area of research: Design of a single-stage differential dc/ac fuel cell inverter)

22. K. Joseph Spring 2005 Undergraduate Research Project (Area of research: Avalanche photodiode integration to lateral optically-triggered power transistor)

23. G. Garcia Jr. Spring 2005 Senior-Design Project (Topic: Design and development of 1000 W fuel cell inverter)

24. M. Stasinopulous Spring 2005 First placement of G. Garcia: Rockwell Collins

25. O. Rodrigues Spring 2005 These three students were co-recipients of the prestigious 2005 IEEE Future Energy Challenge Award.

26. C. Stroe Fall 2004 Undergraduate Research Project (Area of research: Grid-connected fuel-cell inverter)

This student received an internship from GE

27. F. Reyes Summer 2004 Undergraduate Research Project (Area of research: Three-dimensional thermal distribution in an optically-switched power device)

First placement: Cummins Power Generation

28. J. Matisiak Spring 2004 Undergraduate Research Project (Area of research: Robust protocols for distributed wireless control of power-electronics systems)

29. M. Marsden Spring 2004 Senior-Design Project (Topic: Vision based control of a wheelchair motor drive)

30. C. Aguinaga Spring 2004

31. C. Vazquez Spring 2004

32. M. Gomez Fall 2003 Senior-Design Project (Topic: Fuel-cell based uninterruptible power supply)

33. D. Lu Fall 2003

34. D. Lionikis Fall 2003

35. R. Patel Fall 2003

36. C. Martin Fall 2003 Senior-Design Project (Topic: EKG monitor)

37. H. Garcia Fall 2003

38. K. Nimi Fall 2003

39. S. Khan Fall 2003 Undergraduate Research Project (Topic: Photoconductive devices)

First placement: Rubicon

40. C.R. Cesur Summer 2003 Undergraduate Research Project (Area of research: Wireless power management)

First placement: Servo Tech.

41. E. Zych Spring 2003 Senior-Design Project (Topic: Vehicle collision prediction and prevention)

42. P. Reddy Spring 2003

43. W. Wang Spring 2003

44. P. Oushana Spring 2003

45. B. Xu Spring 2003 Senior-Design Project (Topic: Real-time wireless controller for a parallel dc/dc converter)

46. P. Ko Spring 2003

47. T. Chui Spring 2003

48. C.L. Mitchell Spring 2003 Undergraduate Research Project (Topic: DSP based control of induction motor drive)

First placement: General Motors

49. T. Desai Fall 2002 Senior-Design Project (Topic: Parallel full-bridge zero-voltage-zero-current-switched converter)

50. K. Patel Fall 2002

51. M. Attarwala Fall 2002

52. S. Desai Spring 2002 Senior-Design Project (Topic: Full-bridge zero- voltage switched converter)

53. H. Patel Spring 2002

54. J. Shah Spring 2002

55. ECE undergraduate and Fall 2001 – to date Advised over 150 students

graduate student advising

U.S. Patents

1. S.K. Mazumder, R.K. Burra, and K. Acharya, “Power conditioning system for energy sources”, USPTO Patent# 7,372,709 B2, awarded in May 13, 2008. (Technology exclusively licensed)

2. G. Biyalacki and S.K. Mazumder, “Room monitoring and lighting system”, USPTO Patent # 7,268,682, awarded in September 11, 2007.

3. S.K. Mazumder and R. Huang, “Multiphase converter apparatus and method”, USPTO Patent Application US2009/0196082 A1, filed by University of Illinois at Chicago, 2009. (All claims accepted and expected confirmation in August 2010)

4. S.K. Mazumder and T. Sarkar, “Optically-triggered power system and devices”, U.S. Patent Application Number 11/922,185, filed on December 12, 2007. Original application filed CY083 filed in September 2005.

5. S.K. Mazumder and T. Sarkar, “Optically-triggered multi-stage power system and devices”, filed on June 11, 2008. Addendum patent application with regard to patent application cited in “1”.

6. S.K. Mazumder, S. Pradhan, and R.K. Burra, “Fuel-cell based power generating system having power conditioning apparatus”, USPTO patent application WO 2007/050577 A2, May 2007.

7. S.K. Mazumder and P.K. Ng, “A novel zero-voltage-switching scheme for photovoltaic-/fuel-cell-based high-frequency-ac-link inverter”, USPTO Patent Application DC067, filed by University of Illinois at Chicago, 2009.

Books/Book Chapters

1. S.K. Mazumder (Book Editor), Wireless network based control, John Wiley and Sons, in press for publication, November, 2010.

2. S.K. Mazumder, “High-frequency inverters: From photovoltaic, wind, and fuel-cell based renewable- and alternative-energy DER/DG systems to battery-based energy-storage applications”, Book Chapter in Power electronics handbook, Editor M.H. Rashid, Academic Press, Burlington, Massachusetts, accepted, 2010.

3. M. Tahir and S.K. Mazumder, “Distributed optimal delay robustness and network throughput tradeoff in control-communication networks”, Book Chapter in Wireless network based control, Editor S.K. Mazumder, in press for publication, November, 2010.

4. S.K. Mazumder, “Fuel-cell power electronics for distributed generation”, Book Chapter in Power electronics handbook, Editor M.H. Rashid, Academic Press, Burlington, Massachusetts, pp. 717-736, 2007.

5. S.K. Mazumder, “Fuel cell power-conditioning systems”, Book Chapter in Recent trends in fuel cell science and technology, Editor S.K. Basu, Springer, New York, pp. 332-351, 2007.

6. S.K. Mazumder, T. Sarkar, M. Dutta, and M. Mazzola, “Photoconductive devices for power electronics”, Electrical Engineering Handbook, 3rd Edition, Taylor and Francis, pp. 943-958, 2005.

7. S.K. Mazumder, “Nonlinear control of switching power systems”, Electrical Engineering Handbook, 3rd Edition, Taylor and Francis, pp. 959-971, 2005.

8. S.K. Mazumder and A.H. Nayfeh, Nonlinear analysis and control of switching power converters, Springer, publication expected in 2011.

International Keynote Lectures/ Plenary Papers/ Invited Papers/ Tutorials

1. S.K. Mazumder, “Advanced nonlinear control and stability analysis of power-electronics systems and networks”, Invited Tutorial, IEEE Industrial Electronics Conference, Arizona, 2010.

2. S.K. Mazumder, T. Sarkar, and S.R. Bose, “Photonic modulation of SiC based power semiconductor device switching dynamics using optically triggered power transistor”, Plenary Lecture, International Workshop on the Physics of Semiconductor Devices, 2009.

3. S.K. Mazumder, “High-performance inverters for alternative-energy systems”, Invited Tutorial, IEEE International Conference on Electro/Information Technology, Ames, Iowa, 2008

4. S.K. Mazumder, “Global stability methodology for switching power converters”, Invited Tutorial, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, Orlando, Florida, June 2007. Also invited by the IEEE Industry Applications Society Conference, Alberta, Canada, 2008.

5. S.K. Mazumder, “Photonically-triggered power semiconductor devices for EMI-immune power electronics”, Keynote Lecture, IEEE India International Conference on Power Electronics, Chennai, India, December 2006.

6. S.K. Mazumder et al., “Optically-triggered power transistor (OTPT) for fly-by-light (FBL) and EMI-susceptible power electronics”, Plenary Paper, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, pp. 1-8, 2006.

7. S.K. Mazumder, “A ripple-mitigating and energy-efficient fuel cell power-conditioning system”, Invited Presentation, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Central Florida, January 2006.

8. S.K. Mazumder, “Fuel cell power conditioner for stationary power system: towards optimal design from reliability, efficiency, and cost standpoint”, Keynote Lecture,ASME Third International Conference on Fuel Cell Science, Engineering and Technology, 2005.

9. S.K. Mazumder, “Nonlinear analysis of interactive power-electronic networks”, Plenary Paper, IEEE 9th International Power Electronics Congress (CIEP), Celaya, Mexico, pp: 21-27, 2004.

10. M.R. von Spakovsky, D. Nelson, and D. Rancruel, S.K. Mazumder, K. Acharya, C. Haynes, and R. Williams, “Investigation of system and component performance and interaction issues for solid-oxide fuel cell based auxiliary power units responding to changes in application load”, Invited Paper , IEEE Industrial Electronics Conference, 2003.

11. S.K. Mazumder, A.H. Nayfeh, and D. Boroyevich, “Nonlinear analysis of power-electronic converters: towards stable distributed power systems”, Invited Paper, International Conference on Energy, Automation, and Information Technology, 2001.

12. A.H. Nayfeh and S.K. Mazumder, “Power-electronics converters: a field rich in discontinuities”, Invited Paper, ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences, Pittsburgh, USA, 2001.

13. S.K. Mazumder, “Next generation power-electronic systems”, Invited Lecture , International Conference on Control, Instrumentation, and Information Communication, University of Calcutta, India, 2001.

List of Invited Industry/ University/ Federal Agency/ National Laboratory Presentations

1. S.K. Mazumder, “Smart grid technology”, Invited Presentation, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Rochester, April 2010.

2. S.K. Mazumder, J. Bentsman, and P. Yu, “Self-healing multi-sequence control of interactive power network using evolving hybrid multi-agent s under varying communication network capacity constraint”, Invited Position Presentation, National Science Foundation Workshop on Cyber Physical Energy Systems, Maryland, May 2009.

3. S.K. Mazumder, “Beyond PEBB: control of standalone and networked power electronics at device level using switching sequences and switching transitions”, Invited Presentation,Intelligent Automation Inc., Maryland, April 2009.

4. S.K. Mazumder, “A novel hybrid modulation scheme for an isolated high-frequency-link fuel cell inverter”, Invited NSF Panel Presentation, IEEE Power Engineering Society, Pittsburgh, 2008. Also presented at an Invited NSF Panel Presentation at the IEEE Power Systems Conference and Exposition, Seattle, 2009.

5. S.K. Mazumder, “Sequence-based and active-gate controls for power converters: collapsible-boundary and hardware control concepts for IEEE P1676”, Invited Presentation, IEEE P1676 Working Group on Control Architecture for High Power Electronics (1 MW and greater) used in Electric Power Transmission and Distribution Systems, Atlanta, January 2009.

6. S.K. Mazumder, “Sequence based stability and control of interactive power-electronics networks”, Invited Presentation, Department of Electrical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, November 2008.

7. S.K. Mazumder, “Sequence based stability and stabilization of switching power converters”, Invited Presentation, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, October 2008.

8. S.K. Mazumder, “A ripple-mitigating and energy-efficient fuel cell power-conditioning system”, Invited Presentation, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Ohio State University, February 2007. Also delivered an invited presentation at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Central Florida, January 2006.

9. S.K. Mazumder, “All-SiC bidirectional dc/dc converter for plug-in-hybrid-electric vehicles (PHEVs)”, Invited Presentation, Department of Energy Headquarters, October 2007.

10. S.K. Mazumder, “A high-power high-frequency and scalable multi-megawatt fuel-cell inverter for power quality and distributed generation”, Invited Presentation at the High Megawatt Converter Workshop, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Maryland, January 24, 2007.

11. S.K. Mazumder, “Robust and intelligent distributed wireless control for interactive power networks”, Invited Presentation, National Science Foundation Workshop at the Tuskegee University, June 13-15, 2006.

12. S.K. Mazumder, “MW fuel-cell inverters: possibilities and issues”, Invited Presentation, Department of Energy Headquarters, Germantown, Maryland, May 10, 2006.

13. S.K. Mazumder, “Wireless control of spatially distributed power electronics systems”, Invited Presentation, Office of Naval Research and Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Baltimore, Maryland, August 2005.

14. S.K. Mazumder, “Power-electronics modeling and electrical-feedback effects on SOFC”, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, WA, July 2004.

15. S.K. Mazumder, K. Acharya, M.R. von Spakovsky, D. Nelson, D. Rancruel, S. Subramanian, C. Haynes, R. Williams, J. Hartvigsen, S. Elangovan, and C. Mckintyre, “Modeling, interaction analyses, and control and optimization of SOFC power-conditioning system”, National Energy Technology Laboratory , Morgantown, West Virginia, February 2004.

16. S.K. Mazumder, “Power electronics for aerospace industry”, Hamilton Sunstrand, Rockford, Illinois, January 2004.

17. S.K. Mazumder, “An investigation to resolve the interaction between SOFC, power electronics, balance-of-plant system, and application loads”, Cummins Power Generation and Delphi, April 2003 and June 2003.

18. S.K. Mazumder, “Collaborative opportunities for power electronics”, S&C Electric, Chicago, Illinois, February 2002.

Published and Accepted International Refereed Journals and Letters

1. J. Bentsman, B.M. Miller, E.Y. Rubinovich, and S.K. Mazumder, “Modeling and control of dynamical systems with active singularities under energy constraints: single- and multi-impact sequences”, IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, provisionally accepted, 2010.

2. R. Huang and S.K. Mazumder, “A soft switching scheme for multiphase dc/pulsating-dc converter for three-phase high-frequency-link PWM inverter”, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, accepted and in press for publication, 2010.

3. S.K. Mazumder and T. Sarkar, “Optically-activated gate control for power electronics”, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, accepted and in press for publication, 2010.

4. T. Sarkar and S.K. Mazumder, “Photonic compensation of temperature-induced drift of SiC-DMOSFET switching dynamics”, IEEE Power Electronics Letters, accepted and in press for publication, 2010.

5. S.K. Mazumder, R. Burra, R. Huang, M. Tahir, K. Acharya, G. Garcia, S. Pro, O. Rodrigues, and E. Duheric, “A high-efficiency universal grid-connected fuel-cell inverter for residential application”, IEEE Trans. on Power Electronics, accepted and in press for publication, 2010.

6. S.K. Mazumder, R. Huang, and K. Acharya, “R otor position feedback over an RF link for motor speed control”, IEEE Power Electronics Letters, vol. 25, no. 4, pp. 907-913, 2010.

7. S.K. Mazumder, M. Tahir, and K. Acharya, “An integrated modeling framework for exploring n etwork reconfiguration of distributed controlled homogenous power inverter network using composite Lyapunov function based reachability bound”, Transactions of The Society for Modeling and Simulation International, vol. 86, no. 2, pp. 75-92, 2010.

8. S.K. Mazumder and S. Pradhan, “Efficient and robust power management of reduced cost distributed power electronics for fuel-cell power system”, ASME Journal of Fuel Cell Science and Technology, vol. 7, pp. 011018-1–011018-11, 2010.

9. M. Tahir and S.K. Mazumder, “Experimental evaluation of optimal rate delay and power allocation algorithm in wireless control networks”, Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering, vol. 2010, article ID 650756, doi:10.1155/2010/650756, pp. 1-5, 2010.

10. R. Huang and S.K. Mazumder, “A soft-switching scheme for an isolated dc/dc converter with pulsating dc output for a three-phase high-frequency-link PWM converter”, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, vol. 24, no. 10, pp. 276-2288, 2009.

11. C.M. Tan and S.K. Mazumder, “Design of a hybrid controller ASIC for a VRM using 90 nm CMOS Process”, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, vol. 24, no. 9, pp. 2219-2230, 2009.

12. S.K. Mazumder, K. Acharya, and M. Tahir, “Joint optimization of control performance and network resource utilization in homogeneous power networks”, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, vol. 56, no. 5, pp. 1736-1745, 2009.

13. S.K. Mazumder, C.M. Tan, and K. Acharya, “Design of a radio-frequency controlled parallel all-SiC dc/dc converter unit”, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, vol. 23, no. 6, pp. 2893-2904, 2008.

14. S.K. Mazumder, S. Pradhan, J. Hartvigsen, D. Rancruel, M. von Spakovsky, and M. Khaleel, “A multidiscipline and multi-rate modeling framework for planar solid-oxide fuel cell based power-conditioning system for vehicular auxiliary power unit (APU)”, Transactions of The Society for Modeling and Simulation International, vol. 84, no. 8-9, 413-426, 2008.

15. S.K. Mazumder and T. Sarkar, “SiC-based optically-gated high-power solid-state switch for pulsed-power application”, Journal of Materials Science Forum, vols. 600–603, pp. 1195–1198, 2008.

16. M. Tahir and S.K. Mazumder, “Delay constrained optimal resource utilization of wireless networks for distributed control systems”, IEEE Communication Letters, vol. 12, no. 4, pp. 289–291, 2008.

17. M. Tahir and S.K. Mazumder, “Markov chain model for performance analysis of transmitter power control in contention based wireless MAC protocol”, Springer Telecommunication Systems Special Issue on Advances in Modelling and Evaluation of Communication Systems, DOI 10.1007/s11235-008-9103-3, 2008.

18. K. Acharya, S.K. Mazumder, and I. Basu, “Reaching criterion of a three-phase voltage source inverter operating with passive and nonlinear loads and its impact on global stability”,IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, vol. 55, no. 4, pp. 1795-1812, 2008.

19. S.K. Mazumder and K. Acharya, “Multiple Lyapunov function based reaching criteria for orbital existence of switching power converters”, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, vol. 23, no. 3, pp. 1449–1471, 2008.

20. S.K. Mazumder, M. Tahir, and K. Acharya, “Master-slave current-sharing control of a parallel dc-dc over a RF Communication Interface”, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, vol. 53, no. 1, pp. 59-66, 2008.

21. S.K. Mazumder, R.K. Burra, and K. Acharya, “A ripple-mitigating and energy-efficient fuel cell power-conditioning system”, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, vol. 22, no. 4, pp. 1437–1452, 2007.

22. S.K. Mazumder, S. Pradhan, J. Hartvigsen, D. Rancruel, and M.R. von Spakovsky, “Investigation of load-transient mitigation techniques for planar solid-oxide fuel cell (PSOFC) power-conditioning systems”, IEEE Trans. on Energy Conversion, vol. 22, no. 2, pp. 457-466, 2007.

23. T. Sarkar and S.K. Mazumder, “Dynamic power density, wavelength, and switching time modulation of optically-triggered power transistor (OTPT) performance parameters”,Microelectronics Journal, vol. 38, pp. 285-298, 2007.

24. T. Sarkar and S.K. Mazumder, “Epitaxial design and sensitivity studies for optically-triggered GaAs-AlGaAs superjunction heterostructure power device”, IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, vol. 54, no. 4, pp. 589-600, 2007.

25. S. Pradhan, S.K. Mazumder, J. Hartvigsen, and M. Hollist, “Effects of electrical feedbacks on planar solid-oxide fuel cell”, ASME Journal of Fuel Cell Science and Technology, pp. 154-166, May 2007.

26. A.M. Lokhandwala and S.K. Mazumder, “A smart power ASIC (SPIC) for a distributed power system”, Journal of the Indian Institute of Science, vol. 86, pp. 293-313, 2006.

27. S.K. Mazumder, “Stability analysis of parallel dc/dc converters using nonlinear approach”, IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronics, vol. 42, no. 1, 2006.

28. S.K. Mazumder, M. Tahir, and S.L. Kamisetty, “Wireless PWM control of a parallel dc/dc buck converter”, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, vol. 20, no. 6, pp. 1280-1286, 2005.

29. R.K. Burra, S.K. Mazumder, and R. Huang, “Dv/dt related spurious gate turn-on of bidirectional switches in a high-frequency cycloconverter”, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, vol. 20, no. 6, pp. 1237-1243, 2005.

30. S.K. Mazumder, “Continuous and discrete variable-structure controls for parallel three-phase boost rectifier”, Special Issue, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, vol. 52, no. 2, pp. 340-355, 2005.

31. S.K. Mazumder and S.L. Kamisetty, Design and experimental validation of a multiphase VRM controller, IEE Journal on Electric Power Applications, vol. 152, no. 5, pp. 1076-1084, 2005.

32. S.K. Mazumder, K. Acharya, C. Haynes, R. Williams, M.R. von Spakovsky, D. Nelson, D. Rancruel, J. Hartvigsen, and R. Gemmen, “Solid-oxide-fuel-cell performance and durability: resolution of the effects of power-conditioning systems and application loads”, Special Issue, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, vol. 19, no. 5, pp. 1263-1278, 2004.

33. S.K. Mazumder, “A novel discrete control strategy for independent stabilization of parallel three-phase boost converters by combining space-vector modulation with variable-structure control”, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, vol. 18, no. 4, pp. 1070-1083, 2003.

34. S.K. Mazumder, A.H. Nayfeh, and D. Boroyevich, “An investigation into the fast- and slow-scale instabilities of a single phase bidirectional boost converter”, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, vol. 18, no. 4, pp. 1063-1069, 2003.

35. S.K. Mazumder, A.H. Nayfeh, and D. Boroyevich, “Nonlinear analysis of parallel dc/dc converters”, Special Issue on Nonlinear Controls and Dynamics, Journal of Vibrations and Control, vol. 9, pp. 775-789, 2003.

36. S.K. Mazumder and A.H. Nayfeh, “A new approach to the stability analysis of boost power-factor-correction circuits”, Special Issue on Nonlinear Controls and Dynamics, Journal of Vibrations and Control, vol. 9, pp. 749-773, 2003.

37. S.K. Mazumder, A.H. Nayfeh, and D. Boroyevich, “Robust control of parallel dc/dc buck converters by combining integral-variable-structure and multiple-sliding-surface control schemes”, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, vol. 17, no. 3 , pp. 428-437, 2002.

38. S.K. Mazumder, A.H. Nayfeh, and D. Boroyevich, “Theoretical and experimental investigation of the fast- and slow-scale instabilities of a dc/dc converter”, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 201-216, 2001. ( Received the Prize-paper Award from IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics)

39. K. Xing, F.C. Lee, D. Boroyevich, Z. Ye, and S.K. Mazumder, “Interleaved PWM with discontinuous space-vector modulation”, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, vol. 14, no. 5, pp. 250-256, 1999.

In Review International Refereed Journals and Letters

1. S. Bose and S.K. Mazumder, “Atomistic and electrical simulations of a GaN-AlN-(4H)SiC heterostructure optically-triggered vertical power semiconductor device”, in review,Microelectronics Journal, 2010.

2. S.K. Mazumder and A. Rathore, “Primary-side-converter-assisted soft-switching scheme for an ac/ac converter in a cycloconverter-type high-frequency-link inverter”, in review,IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, 2010.

3. L. Jia and S.K. Mazumder, “A loss-mitigating scheme for dc/pulsating-dc converter of a high-frequency-link system”, in review, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, 2010.

4. S.K. Mazumder and P. Jedraszczak, “Evaluation of a SiC dc/dc converter for PHEV at high inlet-coolant temperature”, in review, IET Joural on Power Electronics, 2010.

5. T. Sarkar and S.K. Mazumder, “Analysis of input current ripple and optimum filter capacitor for fuel-cell based single-phase inverter”, in review, Journal of Power Sources, 2010.

International Refereed Conference Papers

1. S.K. Mazumder and A. Rathore, “Performance evaluation of a new hybrid-modulation scheme for high-frequency-ac-link inverter: applications for photovoltaic, wind, fuel-cell, and DER/storage applications”, to appear, IEEE Energy Conversion Conf. and Exposition, 2010.

2. A. Rathore and S.K. Mazumder, “Novel zero-current switching current-fed half-bridge isolated dc/dc converter for fuel-cell based applications”, accepted for publication, IEEE Energy Conversion Conference and Exposition, 2010.

3. S.N. Bose and S.K. Mazumder, “Simulation study of optically triggered GaN/4H-SiC heterostructure vertical NPN device”, GOMACHTech Conference, 2010.

4. S.K. Mazumder, T. Sarkar, and S.N. Bose, “Photonic modulation of SiC based power semiconductor device switching dynamics using optically triggered power transistor”, Plenary Paper, International Workshop on the Physics of Semiconductor Devices, 2009.

5. J. Bentsman, B. Miller, E. Rubinovich, and S.K. Mazumder, “Optimal control of dynamical systems with active singularities under single- and multi-impact sequences”, IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, pp. 5033-5038, 2009.

6. S.K. Mazumder and T. Sarkar, “Optically-activated gate control (OAGC) for the next-generation SiC-based power electronics devices and applications, IEEE Energy Conversion Conference and Exposition, pp. 2285-2292, 2009.

7. S.K. Mazumder, “A novel zero-voltage-switching scheme for renewable/alternative energy based high-frequency-ac-link inverter”, IEEE Energy Conversion Conference and Exposition, p. 2218-2223, 2009.

8. S.K. Mazumder and K. Acharya, “Sequence-based control for standalone and networked switching power converters”, IEEE Energy Conversion Conference and Exposition, pp. 1104-1111, 2009.

9. R. Huang and S.K. Mazumder, “Soft switching schemes for multiphase dc/dc converter with six-pulse modulated pulsating output”, IEEE Energy Conversion Conference and Exposition, pp. 853-860, 2009.

10. S.K. Mazumder and K. Acharya, “Sequence-based control for large-scale power electronics networks”, IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting, DOI: 10.1109/PES.2009.5275896, pp. 1-9, 2009.

11. S.K. Mazumder and T. Sarkar, “Optically-activated gate control of power semiconductor device switching dynamics”, International Symposium on Power Semiconductor Devices and ICs, pp. 152-155, 2009.

12. L. Jia and S.K. Mazumder, “A compact bi-directional power-conversion system scheme with extended soft-switching range”, IEEE Electric Ship Technologies Symposium, pp. 302-309, 2009.

13. S.K. Mazumder and K. Acharya, “A sequence-based control scheme for voltage-source converters in naval and commercial microgrids”, IEEE Electric Ship Technologies Symposium, pp. 461-468, 2009.

14. S.K. Mazumder and T. Sarkar, “Optically-modulated active-gate control (OMAG) for switching electrical power-conversion systems”, IEEE Electric Ship Technologies Symposium, pp. 326-33, 2009.

15. K. Acharya, S.K. Mazumder, P. Jedraszczak, “Efficient, high-temperature bidirectional dc/dc converter for plug-in-hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) using SiC devices”, IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference, pp. 642-648, 2009.

16. S.K. Mazumder, T. Sarkar, and K. Acharya, “A directFETTM based high-frequency fuel-cell inverter”, IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference, pp. 1805-1812, 2009.

17. J. Bentsman, B. Miller, E. Rubinovich, and S.K. Mazumder, “Input/state/output modeling and control of dynamical systems with active singularities: single and multi-impact sequences”, IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, pp. 2123-2128, 2008.

18. S.K. Mazumder, K. Acharya, and M. Tahir, “Pseudo-decentralized control-communication optimization framework for microgrid: a case illustration”, IEEE Power Engineering Society Conference, pp. 1-8, 2008.

19. S.K. Mazumder, “A novel hybrid modulation scheme for an isolated high-frequency-link fuel cell inverter”, Invited NSF Panel Paper, IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting, DOI: 10.1109/PES.2008.4596911, pp. 1-7, 2008.

20. K. Acharya and S.K. Mazumder, “Optimal-sequence-based control of switching power converters in interactive power networks”, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, pp. 3880–3886, 2008.

21. S.K. Mazumder, R.K. Burra, R. Huang, and V. Arguelles, “A low-cost single-stage isolated differential Cuk inverter for fuel cell application”, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, Rhodes, Greece, pp. 4426–4431, 2008.

22. S.K. Mazumder, R.K. Burra, R. Huang, M. Tahir, and K. Acharya, G. Garcia, S. Pro, O. Rodrigues, and M. Stasinopoulos, “Single-stage low-cost and energy-efficient isolated phase-shifted high-frequency inverter followed by a forced cycloconverter for universal residential fuel cell power system”, IEEE International Conference on Electro/Information Technology, Rhodes, Greece, pp. 408–413, 2008.

23. S.K. Mazumder and K. Acharya, “Multiple Lyapunov function based orbital existence of a class of switching system”, Nonlinear Vibrations, Dynamics, and Multibody Systems Conference, Blacksburg, Virginia, 2008. (CD publication) 24. S.K. Mazumder, “Hybrid modulation and new technologies for high-frequency high-power multiphase power system”, IEEE Industrial Electronics Conference, pp. 435-441, 2008.

25. S.K. Mazumder, K. Acharya, and M. Tahir, “Joint optimization of control performance and network resource utilization of homogeneous power networks”, IEEE Industrial Electronics Conference, pp. 815-820, 2008.

26. C.M. Tan and S.K. Mazumder, “Design of a hybrid controller ASIC for a VRM using 90 nm CMOS process”, IEEE Industrial Electronics Conference, pp. 671-678, 2008.

27. S.K. Mazumder, K. Acharya, and P. Jedraszczak, “High-temperature all-SiC bidirectional dc/dc converter for plug-in-hybrid vehicle (PHEV)”, IEEE Industrial Electronics Conference, pp. 2873-2878, 2008.

28. S.K. Mazumder and S. Pradhan, “Control design for efficient and cost-effective distributed fuel cell power electronics system”, IEEE Industrial Electronics Conference, pp. 729-736, 2008.

29. S.K. Mazumder and T. Sarkar, “Optical modulation for high power systems: potential for electromagnetic-emission, loss, and stress control by switching dynamics variation of power semiconductor devices”, IEEE Energy2030 Conference, DOI: 10.1109/ENERGY.2008.4781027, pp. 1-8, 2008.

30. S.K. Mazumder, K. Acharya, and M. Tahir, “Towards realization of a control-communication framework for interactive power networks”, IEEE Energy2030 Conference, DOI: 10.1109/ENERGY.2008.4781037, pp. 1-8, 2008.

31. R. Huang and S.K. Mazumder, “A novel soft-switching scheme for an isolated dc/dc converter with pulsating dc output for a three-phase high-frequency-link PWM converter”,IEEE Industry Applications Society Conference, DOI: 10.1109/08IAS.2008.303, pp. 1-8, 2008.

32. M. Tahir and S.K. Mazumder, “Improving throughput-delay performance by merged packet routing in wirelessly controlled interactive power networks”, IEEE International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications, pp. 274-280, 2007.

33. M. Tahir and S.K. Mazumder, “Markov chain model for performance analysis of transmitter power control in wireless MAC protocol: towards delay minimization in power-network control”, International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications, pp. 909-916, 2007. ( Received Outstanding-paper Award)

34. S.K. Mazumder, C. Tan, and K. Acharya, “Design of a radio frequency controlled parallel dc-dc all-SiC converter”, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, pp. 2833-2839, 2007.

35. S.K. Mazumder, S. Pradhan, J. Hartvigsen, D. Rancruel, M. von Spakovsky, and M. Khaleel, “A multidiscipline and multi-rate modeling framework for planar solid-oxide fuel cell based power-conditioning system for vehicular APU”, Summer Computer Simulation Conference, pp. 209-218, 2007.

36. S.K. Mazumder, K. Acharya, and M. Tahir, “Network reconfiguration of distributed controlled homogenous power inverter network using composite Lyapunov function based reachability bound”, Summer Computer Simulation Conference, pp. 76-87, 2007.

37. S.K. Mazumder and T. Sarkar, “Optically-triggered power transistor (OTPT) for fly-by-light (FBL) and EMI-susceptible power electronics”, Plenary Paper, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, pp. 1-8, 2006.

38. K. Acharya, M. Tahir, and S.K. Mazumder, “Fault-tolerant wireless network control of load-sharing multiphase interactive power networks”, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, pp. 1167-1174, 2006.

39. S.K. Mazumder and K. Acharya, “Multiple Lyapunov function based reaching condition analyses of switching power converters”, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference,pp. 2232-2239, 2006.

40. S.K. Mazumder and R. Huang, “A high-power high-frequency and scalable multi-megawatt fuel-cell inverter for power quality and distributed generation”, IEEE Power Electronics, Drives, and Energy Systems Conference, pp. 1-5, 2006.

41. S.K. Mazumder, K. Acharya, and M. Tahir, “Wireless control of spatially distributed power electronics”, IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference, pp. 75-81, 2005.

42. S.K. Mazumder, “Fuel cell power conditioner for stationary power system: towards optimal design from reliability, efficiency, and cost standpoint”, Keynote Paper, ASME Third International Conference on Fuel Cell Science, Engineering and Technology, Yipsilanti, Michigan, FUELCELL2005-74178, May 23-25, 2005.

43. S.K. Mazumder and T. Sarkar, “Device technologies for photonically-switched power-electronic systems”, IEEE International Pulsed Power Conference, pp. 919- 922, 2005.

44. K. Acharya, S.K. Mazumder, C. Haynes, and R.Williams, “Solid-oxide fuel cell (SOFC) power-conditioning systems interaction analyses: resolution of the electrical-feedback effects on performance and durability”, IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conf., pp. 1515-1520, 2004.

45. R.K. Burra and S.K. Mazumder, “A low-cost solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) distributed power system for residential utility”, ASME Second International Conference on Fuel Cell Science, Engineering and Technology, pp. FUELCELL2004-2463, June 2004.

46. S.K. Mazumder, K. Acharya, S. Pradhan, C. Haynes, R. Williams, M.R. von Spakovsky, D. Nelson, D. Rancruel, J. Hartvigsen, and R. Gemmen, “Energy-buffering and control techniques for load transient mitigation of solid-oxide fuel cell (SOFC) power conditioning system (PCS)”, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, pp. 4749-4754, 2004.

47. S.K. Mazumder and S.L. Kamisetty, “Experimental validation of a novel multiphase nonlinear VRM controller”, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, pp. 2114-2120, 2004.

48. T. Sarkar and S.K. Mazumder, “Amplitude, pulse-width, and wavelength modulation of a novel optically-triggered power DMOS”, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, pp. 3004-3008, 2004.

49. A.M. Lokhandwala and S.K. Mazumder, “Discrete validation of a smart power ASIC (SPIC) for a distributed power system”, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, pp. 3721-3727, 2004.

50. R.K. Burra, S.K. Mazumder, and R. Huang, “A low-cost fuel-cell power electronic system for residential loads”, IEEE International Telecommunications Energy Conference, pp. 468-473, 2004.

51. S.K. Mazumder, M. Tahir, and S.L. Kamisetty, “Wireless PWM control”, Power Systems World Conference, 2004. (CD publication)

52. S.K. Mazumder and S.L. Kamisetty, “A novel multiphase VRM controller”, Power Systems World Conference, 2004. (CD publication)

53. T. Sarkar and S.K. Mazumder, “Steady-state and switching characteristics of an optically-triggered power transistor (OTPT)”, Power Systems World Conference, 2004. (CD publication)

54. S.K. Mazumder, “Nonlinear analysis of interactive power-electronic networks”, Plenary Paper, IEEE International Power Electronics Congress (CIEP), pp. 21-27, 2004.

55. S.K. Mazumder and K. Shenai, “On the reliability of distributed power systems: a macro- to microlevel overview using a parallel dc/dc converter”, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, pp. 809-814, 2002.

56. A.M. Lokhandwala and S.K. Mazumder, “A novel smart power ASIC (SPIC) for integrated control of cascaded power converters”, VLSI, pp. 155-161, 2003.

57. K. Acharya, S.K. Mazumder, R. Burra, C. Haynes, and R.Williams, “System interaction analyses of solid-oxide fuel cell (SOFC) power-conditioning system”, IEEE Industry Applications Society Conference, pp. 2026-2032, 2003.

58. S.K. Mazumder, K. Acharya, R. Burra, M.R. von Spakovsky, D.J. Nelson, D. Rancruel, C. Haynes, and R.Williams, Development of a comprehensive simulation platform to investigate system interactions among solid-oxide fuel cell, power-conditioning systems, and application loads”, ASME Proceedings on First International Conference on Fuel Cell Science, Engineering and Technology, pp. FUELCELL2003-1706, April 21-23, 2003.

59. M.R. von Spakovsky, D. Nelson, and D. Rancruel, S.K. Mazumder, K. Acharya, C. Haynes, and R. Williams, “Investigation of system and component performance and interaction issues for solid-oxide fuel cell based auxiliary power units responding to changes in application load”, Invited Paper, IEEE Industrial Electronics Conference, pp. 1574-1579, 2003.

60. S.L. Kamisetty and S.K. Mazumder, “Hybrid nonlinear controller for multiphase VRM”, IEEE Industrial Electronics Conference, pp. 574-579, 2003.

61. S.K. Mazumder, A.H. Nayfeh, and D. Boroyevich, “A novel approach to the control of parallel three-phase boost converters that combines space-vector modulation with variable-structure control”, IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference, pp. 1031-1037, 2002.

62. S.K. Mazumder, A.H. Nayfeh, and D. Boroyevich, “Comparison of nonlinear and linear control schemes for independent stabilization of parallel multi-phase converters”, IEEE Industry Applications Society Conference, pp. 552-558, 2002.

63. S.K. Mazumder, A.H. Nayfeh, and D. Boroyevich, A novel approach to predict the instabilities and analyze the dynamics of a single phase bidirectional boost converter”, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, pp. 1711-1716, 2002.

64. S.K. Mazumder, A.H. Nayfeh, and D. Boroyevich, “A nonlinear control scheme for independent stabilization of a parallel multi-phase boost converter by blocking pure zero-sequence current”, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, pp. 1401-1406, 2002.

65. S.K. Mazumder, A.H. Nayfeh, and D. Boroyevich, “A nonlinear approach to the analysis of stability and dynamics of standalone and parallel dc/dc converters”, IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference, pp. 784-790, 2001.

66. S.K. Mazumder, A.H. Nayfeh, and D. Boroyevich, “Stability analysis of parallel dc/dc converters using a nonlinear approach”, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, pp. 1283-1288, 2001.

67. A.H. Nayfeh and S.K. Mazumder, “Power-electronics converters: a field rich in discontinuities”, 18th Biennial ASME Conference on Mechanical Vibration and Noise, DETC2001/VIB-21621, Pittsburgh, 2001.

68. S.K. Mazumder, A.H. Nayfeh, and D. Boroyevich, “Nonlinear analysis of power-electronic converters: towards stable distributed power systems”, Invited Paper, International Conference on Energy, Automation, and Information Technology, 2001. (CD publication)

69. S.K. Mazumder, A.H. Nayfeh, and D. Boroyevich, “Development of integral-variable-structure control schemes for parallel-buck and parallel-boost dc/dc converters”, IEEE Telecommunications Energy Conference, pp. 82-89, 2000.

70. S.K. Mazumder, M. Alfayyoummi, A.H. Nayfeh, and D. Boroyevich, “A theoretical and experimental investigation of the nonlinear dynamics of dc/dc converters”, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, pp. 729-734, 2000.

71. S.K. Mazumder, A.H. Nayfeh, and D. Boroyevich, “New sensorless control of three-phase bi-directional converter using space-vector modulation”, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, pp. 783-788, 1999.

72. S.K. Mazumder, “DSP based implementation of a new V/F control scheme based on non-conventional space vector modulation for better dynamic response, smooth transition to overmodulation region and operation without line voltage sensors”, IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference, pp. 791-795, 1998.

73. Z. Ye, K. Xing, S.K. Mazumder, F.C. Lee, and D. Boroyevich, “Modeling and control of parallel three-phase PWM boost rectifiers in PEBB-based dc distributed power systems”, IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference, pp. 1126-1132, 1998.

74. K. Xing, S.K. Mazumder, Z. Ye, F.C. Lee, and D. Boroyevich, “The circulating current in paralleled three-phase boost PFC rectifiers”, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, pp. 783-789, 1998.

75. S.K. Mazumder, “Complete mathematical analysis of ripple current as a function of the modulation index for direct indirect and bus clamped space vector modulation techniques [motor drives]”, IEEE Electric Machines and Drives Conf. Record, pp. TC2/10.1-TC2/10.3, 1997.

76. S.K. Mazumder, “DSP based implementation of a PWM ac/dc/ac converter using space vector modulation with primary emphasis on the analysis of the practical problems involved”, IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference, pp. 306-312, 1997.

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