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Martin Scharrer

  • Ph.D.
  • 7PublicationsNumber of items in Martin's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 4Followers

Research interests

CommunicationFPGADPWMADCPower Supplies

About

Martin is currently studying a PhD in electronic engineering in the field of digital controlled switched mode power supplies (SMPS). His main research area is the digital communication inside the SMPS. Martin received the Dipl.Ing. (FH) degree in electronic engineering with the specialisation in digital communication systems and a Masters (with honours) in electronic and microsystems engineering from the University of Applied Sciences Regensburg (FHR), Bavaria, Germany, in 2003 and 2005, respectively. He performed his Dipl.Ing. and Masters’ project in the Biometrics and Sensor Technology Research Centre at the FHR, where he was responsible for the converting, buffering, processing and transmission of sensor signals from a biometrical smart pen. In his spare time he is interested in the Linux OS, LaTeX, software programming (Perl, LaTeX, ...) and computer networks, but also in reading fantasy and science fiction novels. His private website is located at http://www.scharrer-online.de/.

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Publications (5)

  • Efficient Bi-directional Digital Communication Scheme for Isolated Switch Mode Power Converters

    • Scharrer M
    • Halton M
    • Scanlan A
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  • Enhancements for Digital Control of Switch Mode Power Supplies: Bi-directional Data-Links, State Dependent ADC Encoding and Advanced Digital Pulse Width Modulation Schemes

    • Scharrer M
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  • A Digitally Controlled Isolated Power Converter

    • Scharrer M
    • Halton M
    • Scanlan A
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  • FPGA-Based Digital Pulse Width Modulator With Optimized Linearity

    • Scharrer M
    • Halton M
    • Scanlan T
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  • Application of the discrete-time structured singular value for DC-DC converters

    • Halton M
    • Scharrer M
    • Scanlan T
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Professional experience

Ph.D. Student

University of Limerick

January 2006 - May 2012(6 years)

Researcher

Circuits and Systems Research Centre

January 2005 - August 2011(7 years)

Education

Ph.D. Electronic Engineering

University of Limerick

January 2006 - May 2012(6 years)

Dipl.-Ing. (FH)

Fachhochschule Regensburg - Hochschule für Technik

M.Eng.

Fachhochschule Regensburg - Hochschule für Technik