Brian Johnson
Washington Research Foundation Innovation Assistant Professor

Power electronics play a foundational role in renewable energy systems, modern power grids, electric transportation, and computing systems to name a few examples. In my lab, we bridge an array of application domains (from Watts to MegaWatts) with the latest advances in theory to enable next-generation energy systems. Whether we are working on novel converter topologies, microgrid architectures, or analyzing the dynamics of converters in bulk power grids, our lab stands at the intersection of circuits, systems, and controls.

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