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Simone Buso

Simone Buso

Associate Professor of Electronics

University of Padova
Dept. of Information Engineering - DEI
via Gradenigo 6/B
35131 Padova - ITALY
phone: +39 049 8277525












1996 Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from the University of Padova

1992 Laurea degree (cum laude) in Electronic Engineering from the University of Padova



2006 - today Associate professor of Electronics at the University of Padova, Department of Technical Management of Industrial Systems (DTG)

1997 - 2006 Assistant professor at the University of Padova, Department of Information Engineering (DEI)



Simone Buso’s research interests and activity are in the field of power electronics. In particular, in the early years of his career he has been focusing his research on the following topics:

-        advanced control techniques for dc/dc and ac/dc converters;

-        digital control of dc/ac e ac/dc converters;

-        novel topologies of Power Factor Correctors;

More recently, Simone Buso has been working in the following areas:

-        smart power integrated circuits;

-        electromagnetic compatibility of integrated circuits;

-        solid state lighting.

Simone Buso is author of more than 100 technical papers, all presented at international conferences of the power electronics area or published on the IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, Industrial Electronics and Power Electronics. He is author of the book “Digital Control in Power Electronics” published by Morgan and Claypool in 2007 and holds the US patent n° US 7233113 B2. Simone Buso is a member of the IEEE and a reviewer for the IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics and Industrial Electronics.



The most recent cooperations, documented by funded projects and/or publications, are the following: University of Campinas (SP), Brazil; Politecnico di Torino (I), Polytechnical University of Tours (F),  ST Microlectronics Catania and Cornaredo (I), GDS Global Display Solutions, Cornedo Vicentino (I), Arcotronics Nissei, Sasso Marconi (I), CERN, Geneva (CH).