The University of Arkansas had two papers presented at the international Conference on High Temperature Electronics (HiTEC 2014), May 13-15th in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The MSCAD group is pleased to announce three new papers in the fifth issues of IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics for 2014, now available online.
The University of Arkansas’s collaborative work in integrated CMOS silicon carbide circuits with Raytheon and Ozark Integrated Circuits was presented at the 2014 Government Microcircuit Applications and Critical Technology (GOMAC Tech) conference in Charleston, South Carolina.
The MSCAD group is pleased to announce a new paper in the second of IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics for 2014, now available online.
The MSCAD Lab is happy to announce the issue of a patent for its unique characterization method for LDMOS devices.
We would like to thank everyone who attended the Fourth IEEE Conference on Power Electronics for Distributed Generation Systems, July 8-11, 2013 at the John Q. Hammons Center in Rogers, AR, near the University of Arkansas campus. Visit www.pedg2017.org for more...
Congratulations to REU students Shaun Branch and CeDale Smith who placed 2nd overall in the Washing Carver REU poster contest. The poster described their summer research in automated power module synthesis under the NSF-GRAPES program.
Dr. Alan Mantooth’s research accomplishments were recently featured in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Profiles section. Alan Mantooth is working toward a day when the only way you discover your power has gone out is by watching the news on TV. “I’m not satisfied with...
The efforts of the ARPA-E program team lead by Arkansas Power Electronics, Inc and team members from Cree, Oak Ridge National Labs, Toyota and the University of Arkansas was recently highlighted at the ARPA-E Summit in Washington DC by a visit from Secretary of Energy...