With a passion for electrical engineering, Samira Janghorban is undertaking research in the area of design and optimisation of magnetic components for power electronic converters.
PhD (Electrical & Electronic Engineering)
From theory to practice, I like every challenge associated with design, research and knowledge development in the field of electrical engineering.
I completed my undergraduate in the field of electronic engineering and postgraduate studies in the area of telecommunication. I have always been attracted to electrical engineering and dreamed of pursuing a career in this filed.
Upon completion of my postgraduate studies at RMIT, I decided to undertake a PhD program at the same University as it has a high reputation in electrical engineering field. I have also won a full scholarship funded by Australian Research Council (ARC).
My research is in the area of magnetic component design and optimisation for power electronic converters operating at intermediate frequencies. My thesis topic is part of a bigger ARC linkage project regarding development of a knowledge based advisory system for designing magnetic components.
Successful completion of this research will lead to higher efficiency magnetic components with reduced manufacturing cost and the need for labour expertise
In the future I’m looking forward to starting work in the field of design, consultation and manufacturing of magnetic components.