Prof. Juan M. Rivas Davila

Associate Professor in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University

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My lab is the Stanford University Power Electronics Research Laboratory (SUPER-Lab), and we work in high frequency power electronics. My research interests are broadly in circuits, power electronics, resonant converters, gate drives, high-frequency passive components, Wide Bandgap devices, and finding new applications for converters.

I joined Stanford in 2014 after serving two years as an Assistant Professor in the EECS department at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. From 2007 to 2011 I worked as a senior power electronics engineering at the GE Global Research Center at Niskayuna, NY, where I work developing MRI compatible switched-mode power supplies, solar inverters, and in many other power electronics projects.
Postdoctoral Fellow ∙ Massachusetts Institute of Technology ∙ 2007
Sc.D. in Electrical Engineering ∙ Massachusetts Institute of Technology ∙ 2006
S.M. in Electrical Engineering ∙ Massachusetts Institute of Technology ∙ 2003
B.S. in Electrical Engineering and communications ∙ Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrery ∙ Mexico City ∙ 1998

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