Welcome to Professor Faisal Khan’s homepage. This page is a resource for present and future students, research peers, our industry partners, and anyone with an interest in Power Electronics and Electric Power Systems.
June 2020: Prof. Khan and his team have filed two US patents.
June 2020: Prof. Khan is looking for one PhD and one MS student to work in his NSF project. The span of funding is three years.
May 2020: Prof. Khan and his team have been awarded the NSF funding. The link for this grant is: https://nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=1947410&HistoricalAwards=false
December 2019: PhD student Abu hanif's paper has been accepted at IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics. The title of the paper is "Bond Wire Damage Detection and SOH Estimation of a Dual Pack IGBT Power Module using Active Power Cycling and Reflectometry."
November 2019: Sourov Roy has passed the PhD comprehensive exam. Congratulations!
April 2019: Abu Hanif has passed the PhD comprehensive exam. Congratulations!
July 2018: PhD student Abu Hanif's paper has been accepted at IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics. The title of the paper is "A Comprehensive Review toward the State-of-the-Art in Failure and Lifetime Predictions of Power Electronic Devices.”
October 2017: Prof. Khan's project has been awarded through Office of Naval research (ONR). The title of the project is "Short Pulse Research, Evaluation and non-SWaP Demonstration for C-sUAV Study."
September 2017: PhD student Sourov Roy's paper has been accepted at IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics. The title of the paper is "An Irradiance Independent, Robust Ground Fault Detection Scheme for PV Arrays Based on Spread Spectrum Time Domain Reflectometry (SSTDR)."
August, 2017: Prof. Khan's team has won the FastTrack grant to commercialize the "Intelligent Gate Driver Module for IGBTs" developed at UMKC.