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Theses & Reports

  1. Ahmed Abdelmoaty, “Circuit and System Techniques for Energy-Harvesting Platforms for Mobile Applications,” Ph.D. Thesis, The Ohio State University, 2016.

  2. Mina Nashed, “Variable Spurious Noise Mitigation Techniques in Hysteretic Buck Converters,” Ph.D. Thesis, Iowa State University, 2016.

  3. Yongjie Jiang, “Dual-Frequency Dual-Inductor Multiple-Outputs (DF-DIMO) Buck converter topology with Fully-Integrated Output Filters,” Ph.D. Thesis, Iowa State University, 2016.

  4. Chih-Wei Chen, “Dual-Frequency Single-Inductor Multiple-Output (DF-SIMO) Power Converter Topology for SoC Applications,” Ph.D. Thesis, Iowa State University, 2015.

  5. Wei Fu, “Power Conversion Techniques in Nanometer CMOS Technologies for Low-Power Applications,” Ph.D. Thesis, Iowa State University, 2015.

  6. Ahmed Abdelmoaty, “A Sub-Micro Watt Maximum Power Point Tracking Circuit for Photovoltaic Systems,” M.Sc. Report, Iowa State University, 2015.

  7. Mina Nashed, “Hysteretic Buck Converters with Spur-Free Control,” M.Sc. Report, Iowa State University, 2015.

  8. Yongjie Jiang, “A 1A, 20MHz/100MHz Dual-Inductor 4-Output Buck Converter with Fully-Integrated Bond-Wire-Based Output Filters for Ripple Reduction,” M.Sc. Report, Iowa State University, 2015.

  9. Ailing Mei, “Constant-Current Constant-Voltage Switching Battery Charger for Li-Ion Batteries,” M.Sc. Report, Iowa State University, 2015.

  10. Yingying Chen, “A Dual-Loop Capacitor-less LDO with Fast Transient Response and High PSR,” M.Sc. Report, Iowa State University, 2014.

  11. Mohamed El Mahalawy, “Wide Bandwidth GaN-based Power Modulator for High Efficiency Power Amplifiers,” M.Eng. Report, Iowa State University, 2013.

  12. Shibing Zhao, “Capacitor-less high PSR linear regulators,” M.Eng. Report, Iowa State University, 2013.

  13. Chengwu Tao, “PWM Control Architecture for Spur-Free Operation in Buck Regulators,” Ph.D. Thesis, Iowa State University, 2011.

  14. Wei Fu, “Fully-integrated Buck Regulator with On-chip Passives in 65nm Technology for SoC Applications,” M.Sc. Report, Iowa State University, 2011.