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    Dr. Shenai is a Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at The University of Toledo, Toledo, OH. He has over 25 years of combined industrial, academic, and entrepreneurial experience in developing and deploying advanced semiconductor technologies for electric energy conversion and power management. He is best known for his pioneering contributions to semiconductor metallization, power MOSFETs, smart-power ICs, synchronous power rectifiers, wide band­gap power semiconductors (SiC and III-Nitrides), soft-switching power technologies, high-density power converters, power system reliability, and RF power amplifiers. His current research is primarily focused on the development and integration of advanced power technologies for energy conversion and power management, low-power sensors and wireless sensor net­works, and minimally invasive robotic surgery. He is a Fellow of IEEE, Fellow of AAAS, Fellow of IETE (India), a Distinguished Lecturer of IEEE Electron Device Society, and a member of Serbian Academy of Engineering.


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