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José María Molina García


José María Molina García
Visiting Ph.D. Student (July-September 2014)

Madrid, Spain

Hosting professor: Prof. Giorgio Spiazzi
Visiting period: July-September 2014



Short Bio

  • Jose María Molina was born in Albacete, Spain in 1986. He received his B.Sc degree in electrical engineering in 2008 from Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha and the M.Sc degree in Industrial Electronics in 2011 from Centro de Electrónica Industrial (CEI) in Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), where he is currently toward the Ph.D degree.
    Since 2008 he has been a researcher within CEI at UPM. His main research interests include DC/DC switching converters, AC/DC three-phase rectifiers and EMI filter design.


  • Series Resonant Dual Active Bridge for Micro Grid Application. Micro Grids are based on power architectures with several sources of energy. The energy from renewable sources has to be stored in batteries while not used. DC/DC converters are commonly used as battery charger-discharger. In this research a bidirectional DC/DC converter, based on the Series Resonant Dual Active Bridge topology, is analyzed in detail.