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Slobodan Ćuk
Pronunciation Chook
Nationality American (from Yugoslavia)
Alma mater California Institute of Technology (Caltech)
Known for Ćuk converter
Awards See below

Slobodan Ćuk Serbo-Croatian pronunciation: [tʃuk] is an author, inventor, business owner, electrical engineer, and professor of electrical engineering at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech).[1][2] The Ćuk switched-mode DC-to-DC voltage converter is named after Slobodan Ćuk.

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Personal life

Non-isolated switching topologies
Non-isolated switching topologies

Slobodan's parents are Milojko and Julijana Ćuk.[3] He is bilingual, American English and Serbian.[1] On February 29, 1972, Slobodan immigrated from Belgrade, Yugoslavia to United States and was sponsored by NASA.[2]

Slobodan received a Dipl.Ing. from University of Belgrade in 1970, a M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Santa Clara University in 1974; and a Ph.D. in Power Electronics from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in 1977.[4][1][2]

Professional life

For over 20 years, he was a full-time Professor of Electrical Engineering at the California Institute of Technology until January 1, 2000.[5]

In 1979, Slobodan founded TESLAco, which is currently located in Laguna Niguel, California.[1][6] It had a charter to apply basic research results developed at Caltech for practical commercial and military designs.[5]

Over 30 patents have Slobodan Ćuk's name on them.

Bibliography

Books

  • Power Electronics, Vol. 5: Power Electronics: A New Beginning; Ćuk Slobodan; announced but not released yet.
  • Power Electronics, Vol. 4: State-Space Averaging and Ćuk Converters; Ćuk Slobodan; 378 pages; 2016; ISBN 978-1519520289.
  • Power Electronics, Vol. 3: Advanced Topics and Designs; Ćuk Slobodan; 360 pages; 2015; ISBN 978-1519520296.
  • Power Electronics, Vol. 2: Modeling, Analysis, and Measurements; Ćuk Slobodan; 272 pages; 2015; ISBN 978-1519513267.
  • Power Electronics, Vol. 1: Topologies, Magnetics, and Control; Ćuk Slobodan; 270 pages; 2015; ISBN 978-1519161130.

Books (CoAuthor)

  • Advances in Switched-Mode Power Conversion, Vol. 3: ?; Ćuk Slobodan and R.D. Middlebrook; 353 pages; 1983; ASIN B000H4NQLY.
  • Advances in Switched-Mode Power Conversion, Vol. 2: Switched-mode Topologies; Ćuk Slobodan and R.D. Middlebrook; ? pages; 1981; ASIN B00125WN16.
  • Advances in Switched-Mode Power Conversion, Vol. 1: Modeling, Analysis, and Measurement; Ćuk Slobodan and R.D. Middlebrook; ? pages; 1981; ASIN B003XX2EB4.

Patents

  • US Patent 7915874,[7] filed in 2010, "Step-down converter having a resonant inductor, a resonant capacitor and a hybrid transformer". (Ćuk-Buck2 converter)
  • US Patent 4257087,[8] filed in 1979, "DC-to-DC switching converter with zero input and output current ripple and integrated magnetics circuits". (Ćuk converter)

Patents (CoAuthor)

  • US Patent 7778046,[9] filed in 2008, "Voltage step-up switching DC-to-DC converter".
  • US Patent 5442539,[10] filed in 1992, "Ćuk DC-to-DC switching converter with input current shaping for unity power factor operation".
  • US Patent 4274133,[11] filed in 1979, "DC-to-DC Converter having reduced ripple without need for adjustments". (Ćuk converter)
  • US Patent 4184197,[12] filed in 1977, "DC-to-DC switching converter". (Ćuk converter)

Papers

  • Modeling, Analysis, and Design of Switching Converters; PhD thesis at California Institute of Technology; November 1976.[3]

Papers (CoAuthor)

  • A General Unified Approach to Modelling Switching-Converter Power Stages; IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference; June 8, 1976.[13]

Magazine articles

  • "Hybrid-Switching Step-down Converter with Hybrid Transformer"; Power Electronics; May 2011.[14] (Ćuk-Buck2 converter)
  • "Single-Stage Isolated Bridgeless PFC Converter Achieves 98% Efficiency"; Power Electronics; November 2010.[15]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d Ćuk, Slobodan. "Slobodan Ćuk personal bio". LinkedIn. 
  2. ^ a b c Ćuk, Slobodan. "Slobodan Ćuk author bio". Amazon. 
  3. ^ a b Modeling, Analysis, and Design of Switching Converters (PhD thesis); Slobodan Ćuk; California Institute of Technology; November 1976.
  4. ^ Slobodan Ćuk; Franklin Institute Awards; The Franklin Institute.
  5. ^ a b Slobodan Ćuk; EE Academic Genealogy Project; California Institute of Technology.
  6. ^ "Contacts". TESLAco. 
  7. ^ U.S. Patent 7915874.: "Step-down converter having a resonant inductor, a resonant capacitor and a hybrid transformer", filed 4 Oct 2010, retrieved 15 Jan 2017.
  8. ^ U.S. Patent 4257087.: "DC-to-DC switching converter with zero input and output current ripple and integrated magnetics circuits", filed 2 Apr 1979, retrieved 15 Jan 2017.
  9. ^ U.S. Patent 7778046.: "Voltage step-up switching DC-to-DC converter", filed 17 Dec 2008, retrieved 15 Jan 2017.
  10. ^ U.S. Patent 5442539.: "Ćuk DC-to-DC switching converter with input current shaping for unity power factor operation", filed 2 Oct 1992, retrieved 15 Jan 2017.
  11. ^ U.S. Patent 4274133.: "DC-to-DC Converter having reduced ripple without need for adjustments", filed 20 June 1979, retrieved 15 Jan 2017.
  12. ^ U.S. Patent 4184197.: "DC-to-DC switching converter", filed 28 Sep 1977, retrieved 15 Jan 2017.
  13. ^ Ćuk, Slobodan; Middlebrook, R. D. (June 8, 1976). A General Unified Approach to Modelling Switching-Converter Power Stages (PDF). Proceedings of the IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference. Cleveland, OH. pp. 73–86. Retrieved 2008-12-31. 
  14. ^ "Hybrid-Switching Step-down Converter with Hybrid Transformer"; Power Electronics; May 2011.
  15. ^ "Single-Stage Isolated Bridgeless PFC Converter Achieves 98% Efficiency"; Power Electronics; November 2010.

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