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Associate Professor Alireza Khaligh (ECE/ISR) has been elected a 2017-2018 Distinguished Lecturer for the IEEE Industry Applications Society (IAS), one of 12 people worldwide to be so honored.

The Distinguished Lecturer program allows local IEEE IAS chapters to invite experts to visit and give lectures in their fields of specialization.

Khaligh will be available to speak on two topics: “High-efficiency, Isolated Onboard Electric Vehicle Battery Chargers with Ultra-wide DC Link Voltage Ranges,” and “Regulated Transformer Rectifier Units for More Electric Aircrafts.”

Distinguished Lecturers serve for two-year terms.



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March 16, 2016


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