Dr. Zhicheng Guo will join Arizona State University as an assistant professor in January 2024. Currently, He is a postdoctoral fellow at the Semiconductor Power Electronics Center, UT Austin. Zhicheng Guo received his Ph.D. degree in power electronics and power systems from the University of Texas at Austin in 2023. Zhicheng Guo is the recipient of the 2022 Transformer Association (TTA) Scholarship Award, 4 times Cockrell School of Engineering Scholarship, the University of Texas at Austin. He serves as a member of the IEEE standard committee P3105 working group, and reviewer of multiple IEEE journals and technical conferences.
Openings for Ph.D. Applicants:
My research group at ASU has funded Ph.D. positions in Power Electronics for Spring/Fall 2024. If you are highly motivated and desire to work with us to apply Power Electronics technologies to Clean Energy, Electric Vehicles… please email (Zhicheng.Guo@asu.edu) me your C.V., transcripts with the title Name-PhD Application.
Ph.D. Power Electronics and Power Systems, University of Texas at Austin, 2023
His research interests include Solid-state transformers, high-frequency magnetic, WBG intelligent power modules, 60 Hz/HF partial discharge, and insulation design of modern power electronics systems. His research vision is to investigate power electronics technologies in the application of clean energy, electrifying transportation, and EV/charging infrastructure.