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SENIOR HARDWARE DESIGNER ENGINEER, POWER ELECTRONICS


Place:
Madrid

 

Education:
Escuela Tecnica Superior de Ingenieria (ICAI)
Degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, June 2003

 

Born:
22.12.1979

 

Experience:
June 2003 to Presenet CESINEL S.L., Madrid (Spain),
Electronics Hardware Design Engineer

 

Patents:
“Control of the average value of the current flowing through the inductor, through the transistor or through the diode in PWM power electronics converters” (Spanish Patent, 2015, co-author)

 

Published Articles:
“LImit inrush current in low – to medium – power aplications” (EDN 2011, co-author)
“Circuit provides universal ac-input-voltage adapter” (EDN 2011, co-author)
“Switch circuit controls lights” (EDN 2011, co – author)
“Use a three-phase rectifier and voltage reduceer for offline single-pahse supplies”. (EDN 2012, co-author)
“Limit inrush current in high-power applications”(EDN 2011, co-author)
“Low – component-count zero-corssing detector is low power” (EDN 2013, co-author)
“Programmable-gain amp achieves high gains” (EDN 2015, co-author)

 

Aditional Skills:
Assembly, Pascal, C/C++, Matlab, Simulink, Pspice, Orcade, Protel, PSIM

 

Projects Developed at Cesinel:
– Variable speed driver for 1.8MW 6.6kV asynchronous motor (Three Cascaded H-Bridge Multilevel Inverter Based on Multi Carrier PWM Technique).
– High performance power supplies and PFC for Led Luminaries up to 120W.
– Intelligent control systems for the voltage level and reduction of electrical cosumption for industrial applications in three-phase installations form 55kVA to 1MVA.
– Driver design for high power thyristors with high very insultaion.
– Hardware design for thyristors triggers control for industrial applications (Thyristors controlled reactor).
– Hardware design of three-phase power supplies (PWM inverters with IGBT/MOSFET technology) of medium power for industrial applications.
– Hardware design for the control of excitation systems for high-power synchronous machines for power generation applications.
– Development of a surge generator (9kVDC) for the ignition of plasma arc welding equipment.