Dr Negareh Ghasemi

Lecturer

School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering
Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology
n.ghasemi@uq.edu.au
+61 7 336 54675

Overview

Dr Negareh Ghasemi received her BSc and MSc degrees in Electronic and Electrical Engineering in 2003 and 2007 respectively. She obtained her PhD in Power Electronics in 2013. She received Outstanding Thesis Award from Queensland University of Technology in 2013. She has more than 10 years working experience in industry and academia. Dr Ghasemi is an active member of IEEE Women in Engineering and an Editorial Board member of International Journal of Power Electronics. Dr Ghasemi has been collaborating with several international universities and institutes in Japan and Germany. Her research interests include Power Electronics and Control, Pulsed Power and Ultrasound Systems and their applications.

Research Interests

  • Power Electronics and Control
    Power electronics system consists of switching electronic circuits to control and convert the electric power. Power electronics technology is the basis of many power electronics applications including switching power supplies, energy conversion systems, high power ultrasound system excitation and pulsed power.
  • Pulsed Power
    Pulsed power technology refers to the of very short high power electrical pulses. Pulsed power is an emerging technology can be effectively applied in many industrial and bioelectric applications such as water treatment, food processing, sterilization. The pulse parameters can highly influence the effectiveness of pulse power systems. Power electronics systems are usually applied to generate desired pulses.
  • Ultrasound Systems
    Ultrasound systems are found to be effective technologies in several applications due to their ability mechanical energy in electrical energy and vice versa. To achieve efficient energy conversion performance of these systems, excitation systems should be designed properly considering operating frequency, power level, load conditions.

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy, Qld. UT

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