2006 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to power electronics circuits and applications.
His main research concerns Control theory, Electronic engineering, Converters, Voltage and Buck converter. His Control theory research incorporates themes from Power factor and Boost converter. His studies deal with areas such as Switched-mode power supply, Voltage regulation and Stability as well as Power factor.
His Electronic engineering research includes elements of Electronic circuit, Electrical engineering, Pulse-width modulation, Power electronics and Maximum power transfer theorem. His Converters course of study focuses on Load regulation and Line regulation. His studies in Control theory integrate themes in fields like Circuit design and Voltage controller.
Chi K. Tse focuses on Control theory, Electronic engineering, Converters, Electrical engineering and Power factor. His research in Control theory intersects with topics in Buck converter, Boost converter and Voltage. As a part of the same scientific family, Chi K. Tse mostly works in the field of Electronic engineering, focusing on Communications system and, on occasion, Chaotic.
The various areas that Chi K. Tse examines in his Converters study include Control system, Sliding mode control, Mode, Inductor and Voltage source. Chi K. Tse regularly links together related areas like Maximum power transfer theorem in his Electrical engineering studies. His work deals with themes such as Total harmonic distortion, Switched-mode power supply, AC power and Voltage regulation, which intersect with Power factor.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Control theory, Converters, Electronic engineering, Electric power system and Voltage. His study in Control theory is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Maximum power transfer theorem, Stability and Modulation. The concepts of his Converters study are interwoven with issues in Buck converter, Current source, Compensation, Mode and Pulse-width modulation.
His Electronic engineering study which covers Capacitor that intersects with Light-emitting diode and Diode. His research integrates issues of Distributed computing and Robustness in his study of Electric power system. Voltage is closely attributed to Electronic circuit in his study.
Electronic engineering, Electrical engineering, Control theory, Maximum power transfer theorem and Voltage are his primary areas of study. His Electronic engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Switched-mode power supply and Capacitor. Control theory is closely attributed to Converters in his work.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Pulse-width modulation, Loop gain, Magnetic circuit and Nonlinear system. His Maximum power transfer theorem research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Constant current, Battery, Electrical impedance and Wireless power transfer. He works mostly in the field of Voltage, limiting it down to topics relating to Electronic circuit and, in certain cases, Power semiconductor device, RLC circuit and Current amplitude, as a part of the same area of interest.
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Complex Behavior of Switching Power Converters
Chi Kong Tse.
Complex behavior in switching power converters
C.K. Tse;M. Di Bernardo.
Proceedings of the IEEE (2002)
General Design Issues of Sliding-Mode Controllers in DC–DC Converters
Siew-Chong Tan;Y.M. Lai;C.K. Tse.
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics (2008)
Flip bifurcation and chaos in three-state boost switching regulators
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I-regular Papers (1994)
Chaos-based digital communication systems
Wai M. Tam;Francis C.M. Lau;Chi K. Tse.
Digital Communications with Chaos#R##N#Multiple Access Techniques and Performance (2003)
Development of a fuzzy logic controller for DC/DC converters: design, computer simulation, and experimental evaluation
Wing-Chi So;C.K. Tse;Yim-Shu Lee.
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics (1996)
On the practical design of a sliding mode voltage controlled buck converter
Siew-Chong Tan;Y.M. Lai;M.K.H. Cheung;C.K. Tse.
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics (2005)
Design for Efficiency Optimization and Voltage Controllability of Series–Series Compensated Inductive Power Transfer Systems
Wei Zhang;Siu-Chung Wong;Chi K. Tse;Qianhong Chen.
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics (2014)
DC/DC Conversion Systems Consisting of Multiple Converter Modules: Stability, Control, and Experimental Verifications
Wu Chen;Xinbo Ruan;Hong Yan;C.K. Tse.
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics (2009)
Study of bifurcations in current-programmed DC/DC boost converters: from quasiperiodicity to period-doubling
W.C.Y. Chan;C.K. Tse.
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I-regular Papers (1997)
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