W. (Wenli) Shi

W. (Wenli) Shi



I received the B.S. and M.S. degree of Mechanical Engineering at the Jilin University, China in 2015, and the Beijing Institute of Technology, China in 2018, respectively. Now I am pursuing my Ph.D. degree in Electric Engineering at the Delft University of Technology. From 2015, I started the research of inductive charging of electric vehicles. During the master study, research was mainly about the compensation networks, dynamic modeling and power flow control of stationary inductive charging. In TU Delft now, my research topic is dynamic inductive charging, focusing on the magnetic coupler optimization design, EMF exposure, and foreign object analysis.


My research interests are DC converter control, magnetic field analysis, inductive power transfer system.


I am now working on the Metrology for inductive charging of electric vehicles project (MICEV).

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