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Journal of Emerging and Selected Topics in Power Electronics Prize Paper Award

IEEE Journal of Emerging and Selected Topics in Power Electronics (JESTPE) Prize Paper Award

About the Award

The editorial board of the IEEE Journal of Emerging and Selected Topics in Power Electronics (JESTPE) recognizes a first-place paper and second-place papers that are deemed the best papers among those published in JESTPE.

Award Prize:

  • Certificate(s)
  • An honorarium to be shared equally among authors (USD 1,000 for first place, USD 500 for second place)
Award Details

Recognizing Outstanding Achievements

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2023 Honoree:

Nomination/Evaluation under progress

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria

Eligibility: All papers published in JESTPE during the preceding calendar year are eligible for nomination. Papers are eligible for nomination by the Editorial Board.

Criteria: The selection criteria include:

  • Contribution to the field
  • Originality
  • Quality of the presentation, including the effective use of illustrations
  • The extent to which the paper is supported by analysis and experimental evidence

Past 2nd Place Recipients

Year Title
2022 “Design and Implementation of an 18-kW 500-kHz 98.8% Efficiency High-Density Battery Charger With Partial Power Processing”
“Aging Mechanisms and Accelerated Lifetime Tests for SiC MOSFETs: An Overview”
“A 13-Level Switched-Capacitor Multilevel Inverter With Single DC Source”
2021 “Comparative Evaluation of a Full- and Partial-Power Processing Active Power Buffer for Ultracompact Single-Phase DC/AC Converter Systems”
“An Online Parameters Monitoring Method for Output Capacitor of Buck-Converter Based on Large-Signal Load Transient Trajectory Analysis”
“The Universality Analysis of Virtual Voltage Injection Method for Different Observers in Speed Sensorless IM Drives”
2020 “Robust Stability Investigation of the Interactions Among Grid-Forming and Grid-Following Converters”
“Dielectric Losses in Dry-Type Insulation of Medium-Voltage Power Electronic Converters”
“Recent Progress and Future Research Direction of Nonlinear Dynamics and Bifurcation Analysis of Grid-Connected Power Converter Circuits and Systems”
2019 “A High-Frequency Inverter For Variable Load Operation”
“Highly Efficient, Full ZVS, Hybrid, Multilevel DC/DC Topology for Two-Stage Grid-Connected 1500-V, PV System with Employed 900-V SiC Devices”
“Transient Behaviors of Multiscale Megawatt Power Electronics Systems – Part I: Characteristics and Analysis”
2018 “Analysis, Design, and Demonstration of a 25-kW Dynamic Wireless Charging System for Roadway Electric Vehicles”
“A High-Efficiency High-Density Wide-Bandgap Device-Based Bidirectional On-Board Charger”
“Online Autotuning Technique of Switching Frequency for Resonant Converter Considering Resonant Components Tolerance and Variation”
2017 “Three-Phase CH7 Inverter With a New Space Vector Modulation to Reduce Leakage Current for Transformerless Photovoltaic Systems”
“A Zero-Current-Switching High Conversion Ration Modular Multilevel DC-DC Converter”
2016 “Capacitive Power Transfer Through a Conformal Bumper for Electric Vehicle Charging”
“Stability Analysis and Dynamic Performance Evaluation of a Power Electronics-Based DC Distribution System With Active Stabilizer”
“Design of LCL-Filters with LCL Resonance Frequencies beyond the Nyquist Frequency for Grid-Connected Converters”
2015 “Single-Active Switch Power Electronics for Kilowatt Scale Capacitive Power Transfer”
“Modular Multilevel Converter Design for VSC HVDC Applications”
“A Hybrid PWM-Based DC-Link Voltage Balancing Algorithm for a Three-Level NPC DC/AC Traction Inverter Drive”
2014 “DC Voltage Control and Power Sharing in Multiterminal DC Grids Based on Optimal DC Power Flow and Voltage-Droop Strategy”
“A New Power Conversion System for Megawatt PMSG Wind Turbines Using Four-Level Converters and a Simple Control Scheme Based on Two Step Model Predictive Strategy – Part I: Modeling and Theoretical Analysis; Part II: Simulation and Experimental Analysis
“Miniaturized Low-Voltage Power Converters With Fast Dynamic Response”


Please send any questions to the PELS Awards Committee.