Qin Lei joined Arizona State University as an assistant professor in January 2016. Prior to ASU, she was a senior electric engineer, ULC Robotics, Hauppauge, NY, April 2015-December 2015; an electric engineer, General Electric Research Center, Niskayuna, NY, 2012-2015; and an intern, United Technology Research Center, East Hartford, CT, March 2012-Oct.2012.
Her research interests include motor drive for electrical vehicle, medium voltage inverter for PV and EV fast charging, control and stability in high penetrated microgrid, onboard charger for an electrical vehicle, DC-DC converter for data center application. All the hardware in her research employs SiC and GaN devices.
Lei is looking for doctoral and master’s students for Spring 2019 and Fall 2020!
- Ph.D. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Michigan State University, East Lansing 2012
- B.E. Electrical Engineering, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China 2006
|ECEE 360||Energy Systems/ Power Electronics|
|EEE 571||Power System Transient|
|EEE 598||High Frequency High Voltage Power Electronics Using Wide Band Gap semiconductor device|