With final decisions on manuscripts made in an average of six weeks, after decision publication in print and online two to four weeks later, and an acceptance rate of 25%, Electronics Letters provides a rapid and competitive forum for the latest, significant research advances.
Yerzhan Mustafa spent his 2018 Summer Internship at the University of Macau working in Key State (China) Analog and Mixed Signal VLSI Lab (Prof. Yan Lu). He recently attended TENCON’18 in Jeju, S. Korea, to give an oral presentation on “Algorithm Steps to Solve Coupled Case for Dual Input Dual Output SCC”.
Ainur Zhaikhan spent her 2017 Summer Internship at National Institute of Technology Surathkal, Karnataka, India, with Prof. Debashisha Jena Group. There she worked on the paper “Design, Modeling and Analysis of A New Dual Input-Output Switched Capacitor Converter” that won the Best Paper Award at IEEE Region 10 Conference (TENCON’17) in Penang, Malaysia.
Ainur has been doing research on Switched Capacitor Converters at NU Power Electronics Research Lab (PERL) since her 2nd year (August 2015). She has co-authored 4 conference papers so far. After her 2018 graduation, Ainur was accepted to KAUST MSc Program in Telecommunication Engineering.