Ivo Barbi Professor of Electrical Engineering

MS THESIS IN PROGRESS

Évelyn dos Santos Sagiorato. Isolated Bidirectional DC-DC Converter for Interfacing battery bank to DC Microgrids. Master Thesis in Electrical Engineering. Federal University of Santa Catarina. (Advisor: Ivo Barbi)

Maria Helena Belusso. High Performance Drive of Three-Phase Induction Motors applied to Compact Electric Vehicles. Master Thesis in Electrical Engineering. Federal University of Santa Catarina. (Advisor: Ivo Barbi)

Filipe Tavares Carneiro. Wireless system for stationary charging of batteries for electric vehicles. Master Thesis in Electrical Engineereing. Federal University of Santa Catarina. (Advisor: Ivo Barbi)

João Martins Júnior. Energy Transfer between Lithium-Ion Batteries: DC-DC Charger for Automotive Application. Master Thesis in Electrical Engineering. Federal University of Santa Catarina. (Advisor: Ivo Barbi).

Ygor Pereira Marca. Isolated Bidirectional DC-DC Converter Based on the Integration of the Full-Bridge ZVS-PWM and Current-Fed Push-Pull Converters for DC Microgrid Applications. Master Thesis in Electrical Egineering. Federal University of Santa Catarina. (Advisor: Ivo Barbi).

Alexsandra Rospirski. New Topology Converter for Solid State Transformers. Master Thesis in Electrical Engineering. Federal University of Santa Catarina. (Advisor: Ivo Barbi).

Angélica Paula Caús. Hybrid Half-Bridge DC-DC Converter with Soft switching for Storage System Applications.Master thesis in Electrical Engineering – Federal University of Santa Catarina.(Advisor: Ivo Barbi)

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Ivo Barbi
Ivo Barbi

Prof. Ivo Barbi received the B.S.degree in 1973 and M.S. degree in 1976 in Electrical Engineering from the Federal University of Santa Catarina (Brazil) and Doctor Degree in Electrical Engineering from the Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse-France in 1979. Founder of SOBRAEP – Brazilian Society of Power Electronics (1990), of which he is President of Honor and President of the first COBEP – Brazilian Congress of Power Electronics (1991). In February 2016, he led the creation of IBEPE-Brazilian Institute of Power Electronics and is currently its CEO.

Ivo Barbi Professor of Electrical Engineering