Intern: Texas Instruments Lab

Texas Instruments is one of the world’s largest silicon semiconductor manufacturers, who develop analog chips, embedded processors, DSP’s, micro-controllers, calculators and other products.

While studying in SRM University, I had the opportunity to intern at a lab there where I worked on making efficient wireless power transfer technologies to power electric vehicles. I also had the opportunity to use many of TI’s chips and products during this time, including the c2000 Piccolo DSP. My working resulted in a paper titled “Design Optimisation for an Efficient Wireless Power Transfer System for Electric Vehicles” which will soon be published in Elsevier’s Energy Procedia Journal.

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