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Pooya Davari (S’11–M’13-SM’19) received the B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in electronic engineering in 2004 and 2008, respectively, and the Ph.D. degree in power electronics from QUT, Australia, in 2013. From 2005 to 2010, he was involved in several electronics and power electronics projects as a Development Engineer. From 2013 to 2014, he was with QUT, as a Lecturer. He joined Aalborg University, in 2014, as a Postdoc, where he is currently an Associate Professor.

He has been focusing on EMI, power quality and harmonic mitigation analysis and control in power electronic systems. He has published more than 160 technical papers. Dr. Davari served as a Guest Associate Editor of IET journal of Power Electronics, IEEE Access Journal, Journal of Electronics and Journal of Applied Sciences. He is an Associate Editor of Journal of Power Electronics, Associate Editor of IET Electronics, Power Electronic Devices and Systems, Editorial board member of Journal of Applied Sciences and Journal of Magnetics. He is member of the International Scientific Committee (ISC) of EPE (ECCE Europe) and a member of Joint Working Group six and Working Group eight at the IEC standardization TC77A. Dr. Davari is the recipient of Equinor 2022 Prize and 2020 IEEE EMC Society Young Professional Award for his contribution to EMI and Harmonic Mitigation and Modeling in Power Electronic Applications. He is currently Editor-in-Chief of Circuit World Journal. He is founder and chair of IEEE EMC SOCIETY CHAPTER DENMARK.

Research Interests:

• Harmonic and EMI analysis and mitigation in grid-tied converters
• Electromagnetic interference and compatibility
• High power density power electronic systems
• Application of signal processing techniques in modelling power electronic converters
• Reliability of power electronic-based power systems

Coordinator and responsible for EMC Lab:

https://www.et.aau.dk/laboratories/power-electronics-component-systems-laboratories/emc-laboratory/ 

Teaching profile

  • EMI/EMC in Power Electronics, Industrial/PhD course, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark (2019-Present).
  • EMI/EMC in Power Electronics, Master course, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark (2017-Present).
  • Industrial Electronics (ENB344), Bachelor course, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia (July-Nov 2013).
  • Power Electronics (ENB455), Bachelor course, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia (Feb-Jun 2013).

 

Supervised PhD Projects:

  • EMI Analysis and Mitigation of Highly Integrated Power Electronics, Pooja Babu, 2023-2026.
  • Study of Spectral Characteristics of Low Frequency Conducted EMI on Smart Grid Robustness, Naser Nourani, 2021.
  • Improvement of Transient Power Sharing Performance in Parallel Converter Systems, Mohamed Alhasheem, 2019.

Co-Supervised PhD Projects:

  • Design and Control of Single-Phase WBG based Grid Connected Inverter in Photovoltaic Applications, Chen Liu, 2023-2026.
  • Physics based High Level Digital Twin Concept Modeling for Power2X Systems, Vicente Olguín Godoy, 2023-2026.
  • PROBABILISTIC ASSESSMENT AND ROBUSTNESS ANALYSIS OF POWER ELECTRONIC SUB-SYSTEM FOR GRID APPLICATIONS, Hosein Gholami Khesht, 2019-2022.
  • Topology Optimization for High Efficiency Wide Band Gap Ground Power Unit, Alex Buss Nielsen, 2018-2021.
  • Synchronization Stability of Grid-Connected Converters under Grid Faults, Mads Graungaard Taul, 2020.
  • Reliable Control of Power Electronic based Power Systems, Joachim Steinkohl, 2021.
  • An Optimized Dual Active Bridge Converter for EV On-board Charger, Bochen Liu, 2020.
  • Topology Derivation and Mission Profile Based Modeling of Bridge less PFC Converters, Zhengge Chen, 2020.
  • Three - Phase Slim DC - Link PMSM/SynRM Sensorless Drive, Yang Feng, 2017.


Supervised Master Projects:

  • Optimizing Multi-Output Flyback Converter EMI Performance, Final Master Project, Marc Lykke, 2024.
  • EMI investigation of GaN based Buck converter with soft switching technolog, 2nd Semester Master Project, Abdelhakim Zeghoudi, 2024.
  • High-Power Density PFC Converter with SiC-based Power Module, Arun P. Vasudev, Master Project, 2023.
  • PSpice-MATLAB based Evolutionary Algorithm for Automatic Extraction of Parasitic in SiC-MOSFET Test Circuits, Stefan Harmen Scholten, Thomas Broberg Jensen, Final Master Project, 2023. (excellent and innovative thesis award)
  • Closed Loop Impedance Modeling of Three-Phase Active Rectifier Below 150 kHz Frequency Range, Steffen Peters, Simon Petersen, Benjamin Sørensen, Marcus Heidelbach, (Semester Master project), 2022.
  • MW-Level Power Converter Solutions for Power-to-X Application, Jakob Damkjær, Ubaid Bashir Wani, Spyridon Lazaris, (Master Project), 2022.
  • Modelling and Analysis of EMI Generation in Powertrain of Electric Vehicles, Simon 2021 (Master Internship Project).
  • PEBB concept for SiC-based Power Converters, Yashank and Varvik, 2021 (Master Project).
  • Design and Performance Analysis of a High-Power-Density PFC Converter, Estefania Ruiz Arenaza and Maria-Magdalena Boghiu, 2020 (Master Thesis).
  • Smooth Transition between Switching and Pass-Through Operation Mode in Boost Converters, Luntrasu Flavius-Alexandru, 2020 (Master Thesis).
  • Design and Optimization of EMI Filter for Interleaved PFC Converters with Phase-Shedding Control, Mohamad Yamen Ahmed Munzer Saad, 2019 (Master Thesis).
  • EMI Performance Analysis of Single-Phase Multi-Cell WBG-Based AC/DC Converters, Sakaria Omar Ahmed, 2019 (Master Thesis).
  • Clean and Efficient Energy Conversion in Single - Phase PFC Converter, Himanshu Taunk, 2019 (Master Thesis).
  • Grid-Fault Responses of Voltage-Source Converters
    in Wind Turbine Applications, 2019, Mads Graungaard Taul, Master Thesis (Best thesis award) 
  • Reliability-oriented reactive power control in power-electronic-based low voltage ac microgrids, Daniela Pagnani, 2019 (Master Thesis).
  • An Electronic Inductor-Based Front-End Rectifiers for Three-Phase Motor Drive Systems, Carlos Enrique Imbaquingo Muñoz, Ioannis Manganas, Ioannis Mexis, Konstantinos Patmanidis, Radhika Sarda, 2016, (Master Intro Project)

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 7 - Affordable and Clean Energy
  • SDG 9 - Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure
  • SDG 13 - Climate Action

Education/Academic qualification

Power Electronics, PhD, “High Frequency High Power Converters for Industrial Applications, Queensland University of Technology

27 Sept 201027 Sept 2013

Award Date: 27 Sept 2013

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