Researcher Ref# 868-3
Researcher, Warren, MI, General Motors. Research &dvlp modular &configurable BEV power electronics converters for series & parallel operation in auxiliary &propulsion syss. Research, design, &dvlp architectures for redundant power mgmt of high voltage (HV) battery packs &low-voltage (LV) syss, enabling modular &configurable designs w/ integrated power electronics converters, active Battery Management Systems (BMS), battery state estimation, &battery State of Charge (SOC), &State of Health (SOH) balancing. Dvlp &design switchable current mode &voltage mode DC/DC &AC/DC converters &ensure sys stability. Research & dvlp resonant converters w/ compact, efficient, galvanically isolated, &high bandwidth control loops for bidirectional EV chargers & converters for grid-to-vehicle &vehicle-to-load apps using analytical techniques, & simulations using ANSYS, MATLAB, Simulink, PLECS, <Spice tools. Dvlp &improve BEV electrified propulsion syss incl. embedded Traction Power Inverter Module sys, On-Board Charger Modules, &Auxiliary Power Module using power electronic topologies such as hard- &soft-switched direct current & alternating current topologies. PhD (Doctorate), Electrical Engrg or Physics. 12 mos exp as Engineer, Graduate Research Assistant, Research Assistant, Researcher, or related, dvlpg or designing architectures for redundant power management of HV battery packs &LV syss, enabling modular & configurable designs w/ integrated power electronics converters, active BMS, battery SOC, &SOH balancing, or related. Mail resume to Ref# 868-3, GM Global Mobility, 300 Renaissance Center, MC:482-C32-C66, Detroit, MI 48265.