Flyback-Based Multiple Output dc-dc Converter with Independent Voltage Regulation

mohammad tahan

University of Massachusetts Lowell

Mohammad Tahan received the his M.Sc. degree from University of Tehran in 2009 and his Ph.D. degree in Power electronics from University of Massachusetts Lowell in 2017. His research interests include application of Artificial Intelligence in power electronics, high performance dc/dc converter design, LED driving systems, control applications and battery modeling.


  1. mohammad tahan (University of Massachusetts Lowell)
  2. David Bamgboje (University of Massachusetts Lowell)
  3. Tingshu Hu (University of Massachusetts Lowell)

Topic Area

Track 1 Topics: High efficiency power conversion for sustainable sources


S13 » Advanced Topics in Power Converters (13:30 - Wednesday, 27th June, University D)