I. POWER ELECTRONICS based MULTI-PORT SYSTEMS

1. Analysis, Design, Modeling, and Control of an Interleaved- Boost Full-ridge Three-Port Converter for
    Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems(IEEE 2017).
2. Secondary-Side-Regulated Soft-Switching Full-Bridge Three-Port Converter Based on Bridgeless
    Boost Rectifier and Bi-directional Converter for Multiple Energy Interface (IEEE 2017).
3. Design and Implementation of an Amorphous High-Frequency Transformer Coupling Multiple
    Converters in a Smart Micro grid(IEEE 2017).

II. POWER ELECTRONICS based WIND ENERGY

1. A Medium-Frequency Transformer-Based Wind Energy Conversion System Used for Current-Source
    Converter-Based Offshore Wind Farm(IEEE 2017).
2. Bipolar Operation Investigation of Current Source Converter-Based Wind Energy Conversion
   Systems (IEEE 2017).
3. Novel Isolated Power Conditioning Unit for Micro Wind Turbine Application. (IEEE 2017).

III. POWER ELECTRONICS based MICRO GRID

1. Bidirectional Single-Stage Grid-Connected Inverter for a Battery Energy Storage
    System(IEEE 2017).
2. Electric Vehicle Charging Station with an Energy Storage Stage for Split - DC Bus Voltage
    Balancing(IEEE 2017).
3. Control of a Hybrid AC/DC Microgrid Involving Energy Storage and Pulsed Load(IEEE 2017).

IV. POWER ELECTRONICS based INVERTER

1. A Highly Reliable and High-Efficiency Quasi Single-Stage Buck–Boost Inverter(IEEE 2017).
2. A Four-Switch Single-Stage Single-Phase Buck–Boost Inverter(IEEE 2017).
3. Maximum Boost Control of Diode-Assisted Buck–Boost Voltage Source Inverter with Minimum
    Switching Frequency(IEEE 2017).
4. Modeling and Optimization of a Zero-Voltage Switching Inverter for High Efficiency and
    Miniaturization (IEEE 2017)

V. POWER ELECTRONICS based SOLAR ENERGY

1. Nonlinear PWM-Controlled Single-Phase Boost Mode Grid-Connected Photovoltaic Inverter with
    Limited Storage Inductance Curren(IEEE 2017).
2. A Highly Efficient and Reliable Inverter Configuration Based Cascaded Multilevel Inverter for PV
    Systems(IEEE 2017).
3. An Improved Zero-Current-Switching Single-Phase Transformer less PV H6 Inverter with Switching
    Loss-Free (IEEE 2017).
4. A Multilevel Transformer less Inverter employing Ground Connection between PV Negative Terminal
    and Grid Neutral Point(IEEE 2017).
5. A Novel Single-Stage Single-Phase Reconfigurable Inverter Topology for a Solar Powered Hybrid
    AC/DC Home(IEEE 2017).

VI. POWER ELECTRONICS based POWER FACTOR CORRECTION

1. A Family of Single-Phase Hybrid Step-Down PFC Converters(IEEE 2017).
2. A Boost PFC Stage Utilized as Half-Bridge Converter for High-Efficiency DC–DC Stage in Power Supply
   Unit(IEEE 2017).
3. Flexible Mode Bridgeless Boost PFC Rectifier with High Efficiency over a Wide Range of Input
    Voltage(IEEE 2017).

VII. POWER ELECTRONICS based MULTILEVEL & Z-SOURCE INVERTER

1. Steady-State Analysis and Design Considerations of High Voltage Gain Switched Z-Source Inverter
    with Continuous Input Current(IEEE 2017).
2. A Novel Nine-Level Inverter Employing One Voltage Source and Reduced Components as
   High-Frequency AC Power Source (IEEE 2017).
3. High-Voltage Gain Half-Bridge Z-Source Inverter with Low-Voltage Stress on Capacitors(IEEE 2017)

VIII. POWER ELECTRONICS based CONVERTERS (BUCK-BOOST, SEPIC, FLYBACK)

1. Design and Analysis of a Class of Zero Fundamental Ripple Converters(IEEE 2017).
2. A Cascaded Coupled Inductor-Reverse High Step-Up Converter Integrating Three-Winding Coupled
    Inductor and Diode–Capacitor Technique (IEEE 2017).
3. Passive Regenerative and Dissipative Snubber Cells for Isolated SEPIC Converters(IEEE 2017).
4. A New Negative Output Buck-Boost Converter with Wide Conversion Ratio(IEEE 2017).

IX. POWER ELECTRONICS based BI-DIRECTIONAL CONVERTER

1. High Light-Load Efficiency Power Conversion Scheme Using Integrated Bidirectional Buck Converter
    for Paralleled Server Power Supplies(IEEE 2017).
2. Cascaded High-Voltage-Gain Bidirectional Switched-Capacitor DC–DC Converters for Distributed
   Energy Resources Applications (IEEE 2017).
3. A Family of True Zero Voltage Zero Current Switching Non isolated Bidirectional DC–DC Converter
    with Wide Soft Switching Range(IEEE 2017).
3. Interleaved Switched-Capacitor Bidirectional DC-DC Converter with Wide Voltage-Gain Range for
   Energy Storage Systems(IEEE 2017).

X. POWER ELECTRONICS based DRIVES

1. Design and Demonstration of High Power Density Inverter for Aircraft Applications(IEEE 2017).
2. Commutation Torque Ripple Reduction in BLDC Motor Using Modified SEPIC converter and three-level
   NPC Inverter(IEEE 2017).
3. Commutation Torque Ripple Suppression Strategy for Brushless DC Motors With a Novel
   Non-inductive Boost Front End(IEEE 2017).

XI. POWER ELECTRONICS based MULTIPLE OUTPUT CONVERTER

1. Design and Implementation of a High-Efficiency Multiple Output Charger Based on the Time-Division
    Multiple Control Technique(IEEE 2017).
2. A Dual-Buck–Boost AC/DC Converter for DC Nanogrid with Three Terminal Outputs(IEEE 2017).
3. Improved Power Quality Bridgeless Converter-Based SMPS for Arc Welding(IEEE 2017).

XII. POWER ELECTRONICS based SOFT SWITCHING CONVERTER

1. A T-Type Isolated Zero Voltage Switching DC–DC Converter With Capacitive Output(IEEE 2017).
2. A Hybrid ZVZCS Dual-Transformer-Based Full-Bridge Converter Operating in DCM for MVDC
   Grids (IEEE 2017).
3. High-Efficiency Soft-Switching AC–DC Converter with Single-Power Conversion Method(IEEE 2017).

XIII. POWER ELECTRONICS based WIRELESS POWER TRANSFER

1. Higher Order Compensation for Inductive-Power-Transfer Converters with Constant Voltage or
   Constant-Current Output Combating Transformer Parameter Constraints(IEEE 2017).
2. Simultaneous Wireless Power Transfer for Electric Vehicle Charging(IEEE 2017).
3. Modeling and Analysis of AC Output Power Factor for Wireless Chargers in Electric
    Vehicles(IEEE 2017).

XIV. POWER ELECTRONICS based RESONANT CONVERTER

1. Design and Steady-State Analysis of Parallel Resonant DC– DC Converter For High-Voltage Power
   Generator(IEEE 2017).
2. A Quasi-Resonant Current-Fed Converter with Minimum Switching Losses (IEEE 2017).
3. A New Dual-Bridge Series Resonant DC-DC Converter with Dual-Tank(IEEE 2017).

XV. POWER ELECTRONICS based Z- SOURCE CONVERTER

1. High-Performance Quasi-Z-Source Series Resonant DC–DC Converter For Photovoltaic Module-Level
    Power Electronics Applications(IEEE 2017).
2. Load and Source Battery Simulator Based on Z-Source Rectifier (IEEE 2017).
3. Hybrid Z-Source Boost DC–DC Converters(IEEE 2017).

XI. POWER ELECTRONICS based HIGH -VOLTAGE

1. Zero-Ripple Input-Current High-Step-Up Boost–SEPIC DC–DC Converter with Reduced Switch-Voltage
    Stress(IEEE 2017).
2. A High Step-up PWM DC-DC Converter with Coupled-Inductor and Resonant Switched
   Capacitor (IEEE 2017).
3. Ultra large Gain Step-Up Coupled-Inductor DC–DC Converter with an Asymmetric Voltage Multiplier
    Network for a Sustainable Energy System(IEEE 2017).

XII. POWER ELECTRONICS based INTERLEAVED CONVERTER

1. Interleaved LLC Resonant Converter with Hybrid Rectifier and Variable Frequency Plus Phase-Shift
   control for Wide Output Voltage Range Applications(IEEE 2017).
2. Discontinuous Current Mode Operation of Two-Phase Interleaved Boost DC-DC Converter with
   Coupled-inductor(IEEE 2017).
3. Zero-Voltage-Transition Interleaved Boost Converter with an Auxiliary Coupled Inductor(IEEE 2017).

XIII. POWER ELECTRONICS based LED APPLICATIONS

1. An AC–DC LED Driver with a Two-Parallel Inverted Buck Topology for Reducing the Light Flicker in
    Lighting Applications to Low-Risk Levels(IEEE 2017).
2. Analysis and Design of a Single-Stage Isolated AC–DC LED Driver with a Voltage Doubler
   Rectifier(IEEE 2017).
3. Single-Stage Single-Switch Four-Output Resonant LED Driver With High Power Factor and Passive
    Current Balancing(IEEE 2017).

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