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Biography:

Dr Marina Antoniou,  

Associate Professor - Principal Research Fellow


School of Engineering
University of Warwick
Coventry
CV4 7AL, UK

Room: D203A
Phone:
Fax: +44 (0)24 76 524560


Dr. Marina Antoniou was elected to a Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Fellow (612 000 GBP award as a PI) in 2017. Dr Antoniou studied Electrical and Information Engineering (BA, MEng) at Trinity College, University of Cambridge in 2001-2005. During 2005-2009 she was a PhD student in the High Voltage Microelectronics Laboratory at the University of Cambridge. The topic of her PhD was on the analysis of ultra fast power semiconductor switches. Her main research interests include the analysis, development and modelling of medium-high voltage power Semiconductor Devices: development of novel devices for addressing issues of energy efficiency, reliability, switching speed and cost effectiveness of power semiconductor switches for medium and high voltage applications.


Research interests:
Her main research interests include the analysis, development and modelling of medium-high voltage power Semiconductor Devices: development of novel devices for addressing issues of energy efficiency, reliability, switching speed and cost effectiveness of power semiconductor switches for medium and high voltage applications.






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