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Marco Di Benedetto

received the M.Eng. degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Roma TOR VERGATA, Rome (Italy), in 2014. From July to October 2014, he worked as research assistant with the Power Electronics and Drives Research Group at the ROMA TRE University; he was mainly involved in the analytical derivation of power losses in five-level unidirectional AC-DC converters. Since 2014, he has been working toward the Ph.D. degree in the Department of Engineering, ROMA TRE University. His research interests are mainly focused on hardware and FPGA control design for multilevel power converter topologies for high speed generating and UPS applications.

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Marco Di Giacomo

received the M.Eng. degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Roma Tre, Rome (Italy), in 2016.
From September 2016 to March 2017, he carried on an internship at Semikron srl; he was mainly involved in the Customer Specific Power Module (CSPM) project, that means the develop of new Power Module under a specific customer’s request.
Since November 2016, he has been working toward the Ph.D. degree in the Department of Engineering, ROMA TRE University. His research interests are mainly focused on investigation of new topologies for power converters, in particular for Solid State Transformer (SST).

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Sabino Pipolo

received the M.S. degree in Electronic Engineering from ROMA TRE University, Italy, in 2013. Since 2014, he has been working toward the Ph.D. degree in the Department of Electronic Engineering, University of Rome TOR VERGATA, Italy. His research interests include solid state transformers, smart grid, power electronic converters and power converter control.

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Francesco Pulsinelli

received the Master degree in Electronic Engineering from University ROMA TRE, Rome, Italy, in 2016. Since 2016 he has been working toward the Ph. D. degree in the Power Electronics and Drives Research Group, University ROMA TRE. His research interests are mainly focused on the study of the problems, and possible solutions, related to the use of fast switching devices in industrial electrical drives.

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Valerio Sabatini

was born in Rome, Italy, in 1991. He received the Master degree in mechanical engineering from the University Roma Tre, Rome, Italy, in 2016. After graduation, he started the Ph.D. programme held by the same university and he is actually working with the Power Electronics and Drives Research Group. His research interests include high speed electrical drives control strategies, especially for generating applications, involving the employment of FPGA platforms and Hardware In the Loop techniques.

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