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Kevin DykeDyke

Academic background
Kevin J. Dyke graduated from the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST) in 2005 with the M.Eng degree in electrical and electronic engineering.  Following this he recieved a postgraduate diploma in management science from Manchester Business School (MBS) in 2007 and later an engineering doctorate, Eng.D, from the University of Manchester in 2009.  He is a member of both the IET and IEEE.

Research topic
The development of a generic power electronic converter and control module for system testing.

Research background and objectives
Kevin's recent research activities have included power converters for electric vehicle applications.  His EngD research areas included: evaluating the impact of electric vehicles on distributed generation, design and test of current sensors for SOFC environments, and development of flexible safe operating area inverter for fuel cell applications.  His present objectives are to develop a stand-alone and remotely controlled power converter with flexible algorithms. 

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