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Division of Electromagnetic Engineering and Fusion Science

The Division of Electromagnetic Engineering and Fusion Science is part of the Department of Electrical Engineering at the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. We conduct research and education within the fields of electromagnetic theory, physical and technical design of electrical devices, and fusion and plasma physics.

Research areas 


Research in the area of fusion energy is focused on confinement physics, plasma control, computational methods, plasma heating and plasma-wall interaction.

Electrical power

The research is focused on high voltage insulation materials and switching devices, power system protection, energy storage, and reliability analysis of the electric power grid.


The research is mainly on high frequency electromagnetics, including antennas, microwave devices, metamaterials, electromagnetic interference, physical bounds, and inverse problems.

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Recent publications

Z. Zou et al., "Design of Filter-Based Stabilizing Control for PLL-Synchronized Converters," IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, pp. 1-12, 2024.
Y. You, Q. Xu and C. Fischione, "Hierarchical Online Game-Theoretic Framework for Real-Time Energy Trading in Smart Grid," IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 1634-1645, 2024.
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