Jungwon Choi

Assistant Professor

Research Area: Energy Systems and Power Electronics

5-113 Keller Hall

Area of Expertise:

Power Electronics, Power Semiconductor Devices, Wireless Power Transfer, Magnetics


Ph.D., 2019, Stanford University
M.S., 2014, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
B.S., 2009, Korea University


My primary research interests are in designing and implementing power conversion circuits. In power conversion systems, my research focuses on developing compact and efficient next-generation power electronics and extend this work to wireless power transfer for electric vehicles, biomedical devices and industrial applications. Also, I am interested in developing and utilizing wideband gap devices in high-power resonant converters operating at high frequencies.


J. Choi, J. Xu, R. Makhoul, J. Rivas, “Implementing an impedance compression network to compensate for misalignments in a wireless power transfer system,” IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, 2019
J. Choi, D. Tsukiyama, Y. Tsuruda, J. Rivas, “High-frequency, high-power resonant inverter with eGaN EFT for wireless power transfer,” IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, 2018
J. Choi, J. Rivas, “Designing a 40.68 MHz power-combing resonant inverter with eGaN FET for plasma generation,” IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Expo (ECCE), 2018
J. Choi, D. Tsukiyama, Y. Tsuruda, J. Rivas, “13.56MHz 1.3kW Resonant Converter with GaN FET for Wireless Power Transfer,” IEEE Wireless Power Transfer Conference (WPTC), 2015
L. Raymond, W. Liang, J. Choi, J. Rivas, “27 MHz Large Voltage Gain dc-dc Converter with a Reduced Stress Resonant Rectifier,” IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Expo (ECCE), 2013