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Khaligh receives grant for electric vehicle charger/converter

Khaligh receives grant for electric vehicle charger/converter

Assistant Professor Alireza Khaligh is the principal investigator for a MII Maryland Innovation Initiative (MII) Phase I Research and Development grant, “Integrated Power Electronic Charger/Converter for Electric Vehicles.”

In this work, Khaligh will develop an integrated and highly efficient power electronics interface for electric vehicles. The total amount of funding is $100,000.

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October 20, 2014


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