UC San Diego Joins Dartmouth in Industry-University Collaboration to Take Power Electronics to the Next Level

December 6, 2021

UC San Diego recently joined PMIC as the second university site. The expanded center has attracted five new industry partners: Allegro Microsystems, Efficient Power Conversion (EPC), Intel, Meta (formerly The Facebook company) and Qualcomm. Professors of electrical and computer engineering at the Jacobs School of Engineering, Patrick Mercier and Hanh-Phuc Le, are the co-directors of the center's UC San Diego site.

PMIC Director Professor Charlie Sullivan Elected Senior Member of the National Academy of Inventors

February 11, 2021

Two Dartmouth engineering professors have been named to the National Academy of Inventors' (NAI) 2021 class of Senior Members: Charles Sullivan and Karl Griswold. NAI Senior Members are active faculty, scientists, and administrators from NAI member institutions who have demonstrated remarkable innovation producing technologies that have brought, or aspire to bring, real impact on the welfare of society. They also have proven success in patents, licensing and commercialization.

Dartmouth collaborative could make tech more accessible

February 17, 2020, New Hampshire Union Leader

If your cellphone gets smaller, or the prices drop on electric vehicles, or spacecraft have new ways to be powered, it may be thanks to the efforts of Dartmouth College researchers.

New NSF Industry-University Collaborative Research Center at Dartmouth Aims to Transform Power Electronics

January 30, 2020

Led by engineering professors Charlie Sullivan and Jason Stauth, Dartmouth is partnering with four electrical tech companies to form the first NSF-funded Industry-University Collaborative Research Center focused on integrated power management and delivery.