Advanced Power Interface & Power Electronics Lab. (APIPEL) is established as an Intelligent Power Interface Research Center to develop various power conversion systems for the high efficiency of electric power and the smart interface of clean energy sources. The research of APIPEL is focused on power conversion, power control, and power interface technology for the various industrial applications of consumer electronics, renewable energy, electric vehicles, etc. Particular interests are concerned with power applications of smart grids, wireless power transmission, dc micro/nano grids, real-time & power hardware-in-the-loop simulation using power converter/inverter topologies, power semiconductors, and digital signal processors with intelligent signal processing and digital control algorithms.

Recent Activities

KIPE Annual Conference in 2019

Posted on 02 Jul 2019
Korea Institute of Power Electronics (KIPE) Annual Conference 2019 1. Date : 2019.07.02-2019.07.04 2. Place : SPLAS RESOM RESORT, Yesan, Chungnam, Korea. 3. Oral Presentations 1. Input Voltage Selection Methodology to Improve Power Transfer Efficiency of Half-Bridge Series Resonant In

ECCE-Asia in 2019

Posted on 27 May 2019
International Conference on Power Electronics – ECCE Asia 2019 1. Date : 2018.05.27 ~ 05.30 2. Place : BEXCO, Busan, Korea 3. Oral Presentations 1. High Power Density Bidirectional Three-port DC-DC Converter for Battery Applications in DC Microgrids 2. Realistic Circuit Modeling Using

WiPDA-Asia in 2019

Posted on 23 May 2019
Wide Bandgap Power Devices and Applications in Asia 1. Date: 2019.05.23-2019.05.25 2. Place: Howard International House, Taipei City, Taiwan. 3. Poster Presentations 1. Synchronous Rectification Method for High Frequency CLLC Resonant Converter 2. Modulation Strategy of Three-Phase Du

IEEE APEC in 2019

Posted on 27 Mar 2019
Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition (APEC) 2019 1. Date : 2019.03.17 ~ 03.21 2. Place : Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, California

S2PC in 2018

Posted on 02 Nov 2018
Symposium on Semiconductor Power Converter-S2PC in 2018 1. Date : 2018.11.02-2018.11.04 2. Place : Gyeongsang National University, Jinju, Korea. 3. Oral Presentations 1. Single-Stage Isolated Voltage Balancer for Bipolar DC Distribution System Using Three-level Dual Active Bridge Conv

Recent Journal Publications

[IEEE TPE] Investigation of Zero Voltage Switching Capability for Bidirectional Series Resonant Converter Using Phase Shift Modulation

Posted on 16 Jun 2019
Hwa-Pyeong Park, Mina Kim and Jee-Hoon Jung, “Investigation of Zero Voltage Switching Capability for Bidirectional Series Resonant Converter Using Phase Shift Modulation”, in IEEE Trans. on Power Electronics, Vol. 34, No. 9, pp. 8842-8858, Sep. 2019 (IF: 6.812)

[IEEE TIE] Single-Stage Voltage Balancer with High-Frequency Isolation for Bipolar LVDC Distribution System

Posted on 16 Jun 2019
Jun-Young Lee, Young-Pyo Cho and Jee-Hoon Jung, “Single-Stage Voltage Balancer with High-Frequency Isolation for Bipolar LVDC Distribution System”, in IEEE Trans. on Industrial Electronics, Early Access, May. 2019 (IF: 7.05)

[Energies] Design Methodology of Tightly Regulated Dual-Output LLC Resonant Converter Using PFM-APWM Hybrid Control Method

Posted on 10 Jun 2019
HwaPyeong Park, Mina Kim and Jee-Hoon Jung, “Design Methodology of Tightly Regulated Dual-Output LLC Resonant Converter Using PFM-APWM Hybrid Control Method”,  Energies,  12, 2146. Jun. 2019. (IF: 2.676)

[Energies] Extension of Zero Voltage Switching Capability for CLLC Resonant Converter

Posted on 03 Apr 2019
HwaPyeong Park, DoKyoung Kim, SeungHo Baek and Jee-Hoon Jung, “Extension of Zero Voltage Switching Capability for CLLC Resonant Converter”,  Energies,  12, 818, Mar. 2019. (IF: 2.676)

[IEEE TPE] Spread Spectrum Technique Employing Phase-Shift Modulation to Reduce EM Noise for Parallel-Series LLC Resonant Converter

Posted on 01 Apr 2019
Hwa-Pyeong. Park, Mina. Kim and Jee-Hoon. Jung, “Spread-Spectrum Technique Employing Phase-Shift Modulation to Reduce EM Noise for Parallel–Series LLC Resonant Converter,” in IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, vol. 34, no. 2, pp. 1026-1031, Feb. 2019. (2-yr IF: 6.812,