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Dorin Neacsu

Associate Professor
Technical University of Iasi

Broad experience in application of advanced power electronics concepts in industry coming from a 25-years career alternating academic and industrial R&D positions.

Biography

The Author has a broad experience in application of advanced power electronics concepts in industry coming from a 25-years career alternating academic and industrial R&D positions.

Dr. Dorin O. Neacsu  received the MSc and PhD degrees in Electronics from the Technical University of Iasi, Romania, in 1988 and 1994, respectively. In 2005, Dorin was graduated from a MSc program in Engineering Management at Gordon Institute, Tufts University, USA.

Since 1990 to 1999, Dorin has been with the faculty of the Department of Electronics, Technical University of Iasi, Romania. During this time, he held visiting positions at Universite du Quebec a Trois Rivieres, Canada, and General Motors/Delphi, Indianapolis, USA.  Following 1999, Dr.Neacsu has been involved with the US industry (International Rectifier, SatCon Technology, and Azure Dynamics/Solectria) and with US academic activities (University of New Orleans, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and United Technologies Research Center). Dr.Neacsu is currently an Associate Professor with Technical University of Iasi, Romania.

Dr. Neacsu has published several ISBN monographs and academic textbooks in USA, Canada, and Romania. He has published around 80 papers or research notes, organized 7 tutorials at IEEE conferences, and was awarded 3 US patents. Dr. Neacsu is a Senior Member of IEEE since 2000, Associate Editor of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Magazine, Leader of the Sub-Committee for Inverters and Rectifiers of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, Member of the Power Electronics and Systems-on-Chip Committees of the same Society. Dorin has also served as Session Chair or Session Organizer at IEEE conferences.

His research areas are in static power converters, PWM algorithms, microprocessor control, modeling and simulation of power converters, theories of innovation.



Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Power Electronics

Personal Interests

    Competitive Runner, Sailing

Books

Featured Title
 Featured Title - Switching Power Converters Medium and High Power 2e - 1st Edition book cover

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