Hyeun-Tae Cho received the B.S degree in ECE in 2016 and M.S. degree in ECE in 2018 from the Electrical and Computer Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST). His main research interests are power factor correction (PFC) converter design and analysis. His extra activities are listening to music and E-sports.
Hyeun-Tae Cho, Yu-Chen Liu and Katherine A. Kim, “Short-Primary Linear Induction Motor Modeling with End Effects for Electric Transportation Systems,” in Proc. IEEE International Symposium on Computer Consumer and Control, Dec. 2018, pp. 1-4.
Hoejeong Jeong, Hyeun-Tae Cho, Taewon Kim, Yu-Chen Liu and Katherine A. Kim, “A Scalable Unit Differential Power Processing System Design for Photovoltaic Applications,” in Proc. IEEE Workshop on Control and Modeling for Power Electron., June 2018, pp. 1-8.
Hyeun-Tae Cho, Jingook Kim, Jeehoon Jung and Katherine A. Kim, “Comparison of Input Power Factor Correction Techniques for Buck Converters in Single-Phase Wireless Power Transfer Systems,” in Proc. Workshop on Emerging Technologies Wireless Power, June 2015.