João Paulo Marcelino Dinis
João Dinis received both BSc and MSc degrees in Electric and Computer Engineering from University of Beira Interior, Covilhã, Portugal, in 2018 and 2020 respectively. Currently, he is a PhD student in Electric and Computer Engineering at the University of Beira Interior, Covilhã, Portugal. His main areas of research focus on Power Electronics, Wireless Power Transfer, Wide Bandgap devices and LED lighting.
Dinis, J. P. M.; Alberto, J.; Cardoso, A. J. M.: ''Maximizing Energy Transfer in Wireless Power Transfer Systems Using Maximum Power Point Tracking for In-Motion EV and PHEV Charging''; IEEE/AIAA Transportation Electrification Conference and Electric Aircraft Technologies Symposium, Anaheim, USA, pp. 295-299, June, 2022.
Dinis, J. P. M.; Bento, F. J. F.; Cardoso, A. J. M.: ''A Single-Inductor Multiple Current Output RGB LED Driver Architecture with Hybrid Dimming for Large-Scale Facilities''; Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, Toronto, ON, Canada, pp. 1-6, October, 2021.
Dinis, J. P. M.; Cardoso, A. J. M.: ''Wide Bandgap Semiconductor-Based Converters for EV and HEV Magnetically Coupled Resonant Wireless Power Transfer''; International Conference on Ecological Vehicles and Renewable Energies, Monte-Carlo, Monaco, pp. 1-8, May, 2021.
Dinis, J. P. M., ''Performance Evaluation of DC-DC Converters Based on Last-Generation Semiconductors for LED Lighting Systems'', University of Beira Interior, Portugal, 2020.