2008 Brendan Lyons, Ph.D. High-Current Inductors for High Power Automotive Dc/Dc Converters
(Co-Supervisor: John G. Hayes)
2003 Sunil Akre, Ph.D. IGBT-Based Three-Phase Resonant Dc/Dc Converters for High-Power High-Frequency Power Conversion Applications.
2001 Dara O'Sullivan, Ph.D. Single-Stage Resonant Converter Topologies for Off-Line Power Supply Applications. (Co-Supervisor:
2000 Richard Morrison, Ph.D. Investigation of UPS Topologies for Personal Computer Applications.
1998 John Gerard Hayes, Ph.D. Resonant Power Conversion Topologies for Inductive Charging of Electric Vehicle Applications.
1994 Michael Willers, Ph.D. An Investigation of Single-Stage Switch Mode Power Conversion for Power Factor Correction.
1994 John Finbarr Moynihan, Ph.D. Digital Torque Control of Permanent Magnet Motors.
Year Author, Title of M.Eng.Sc. Thesis (to 1995)
2008 Thomas Meade, M.Eng.Sc. Power packaging platforms for the next generation of power supplies
(Co-Supervisor: Dara O'Sullivan)
2007 James Griffiths, M.Eng.Sc. A high voltage multi-phase power supply for plasma applications (Co-Supervisor: Richard Morrison)
2005 Patrick Dwane, M.Eng.Sc. Investigation of high frequency gate driver techniques and integrated topologies for future
dc/dc converter applications. (Co-Supervisor: Dara O'Sullivan)
2003 Bernard O'Sullivan, M.Eng.Sc., The current-fed push-pull reverse converter: a viable topology for low voltage step-up
applications. (Co Supervisor: Richard Morrison)
2003 Brian Barry, M.Eng.Sc. Investigation of low-voltage high-current topologies for future voltage regulator module applications.
(Co Supervisor: Richard Morrison)
2002 Denis Spillane, M.Eng.Sc., Development of a high-voltage integrated starter-alternator with ultra-support for 42 v automotive
electrical systems. (Co-Supervisor: Dara O'Sullivan)
1999 Daniella Vanata, M.Eng.Sc. An investigation of single phase induction motors and associated variable speed drives.
1995 Gerard Hallissey, M.Eng.Sc. Soft-switched techniques for quasi-resonant dc/ac converters.