Minfan Fu, Assistant Professor

Minfan Fu, Assistant Professor

Tel:  (021) 20684455
Email: fumf@@shanghaitech.edu.cn
Office: Room 2-202C, SIST Building
Major: EE
Website: http://www.minfanfu.icoc.cc/


  • Wireless power transfer: 1) Development of resonant tank, 2) Study ofmultiple-coil coupling mechanism, 3) System modeling, design, optimization, andcontrol.

  • Power electronics: 1)High-frequency power conversion, 2) Magnetic integration, design, and optimization, 3) Application of wide-bandgap devices.


Dr. Minfan Fu received his bachelor, master, and doctoral degrees from University of Michigan and Shanghai Jiao Tong University Joint Institute at 2010, 2013, and 2016, respectively. From 2016 to 2018, he worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the Virginia Tech. Center for Power Electronics Systems (CPES), and his advisor was Dr. Fred C. Lee (National Academy of Engineering member, IEEE life Fellow). He joined the School of Information Science and Technology, ShanghaiTech University as an assistant professor in Mar. 2018. His main interests include wireless power transfer, high-frequency power conversion, high-frequency magnetics, and the application of wide-bandgap devices. He has published over 30 papers on top journals and conferences. At CPES, he successfully developed the next-generation GaN-based DCDC module for China Railway Rolling Stock Corporation (CRRC). Compared to the state-of-the-art products, the peak efficiency and power density are improved respectively from 91% to 96% and from 88 W/inch3 to 130 W/inch3. The estimated annual revenue is 20 million RMB.  


1. M. Fu*, C. Fei, Y. Yang, Q. Li, and Fred C. Lee, “A GaN-Based DC/DC Module for Railway Applications: Design Consideration and High-Frequency Digital Control, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronicsearly access. (CAS Q1)

2.M. Fu, C. Fei, Y. Yang, Q. Li* and F. Lee, Optimal Design of Planar Magnetic Components for A Two-Stage GaN-Based DC/DC Converter, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, early access. (CAS Q1)

3.M. Fu, Z. Tang and C. Ma*, Analysis and Optimized Design of Compensation Capacitors for a Megahertz WPT System Using Full-Bridge Rectifier, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics, vol. 15, no. 1, pp. 95-104, Jan. 2019. (CAS Q1)

4. M. Fu, C. Zhao, J. Song, and C. Ma*, “A Low-Cost Voltage Equalizer Based on Wireless Power Transfer and Voltage Multiplier, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, vol.65, no.7, 5487-5496, 2018 5. (CAS Q1)

5. M. Fu, H. Yin, M. Liu, Y. Wang, and C. Ma*, “A 6.78MHzMultiple-Receiver Wireless Power Transfer System with Constant Output Voltage and Optimum Efficiency, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics,vol.33, no.6, 5330-5340, 2018. (CAS Q1)

6.M. Fu, H. Yin, and C. Ma*, “Megahertz Multiple-Receiver Wireless Power Transfer Systems With Power Flow Management and Maximum Efficiency Point Tracking, IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, vol.65,no.11, 4285-4293,2017. (CAS Q2)

7.M. Fu, H. Yin, M. Liu, and C. Ma*, “ Loading and Power Control for A High-Efficiency Class E PA Driven Megahertz WPT System”, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, vol. 63, no. 11, pp. 6867-6876, 2016. (CAS Q1)

8.M. FuT. Zhang, Patrick Chi Kwong Luk , X. Zhu, and C. Ma*,“Compensation of Cross Coupling in  Multiple-Receiver Wireless Power Transfer Systems,” IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informaticsvol. 12, no. 2, pp. 474-482,2016. (CAS Q1)

9. M. FuT. Zhang, C. Ma, and X. Zhu*, “Efficiency and Optimal Loads Analysis for Multiple-Receiver Wireless Power Transfer Systems,”IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, vol. 63, no. 3, pp. 801–812, 2015. (CAS Q2)

10.M. Fu, H. Yin, X. Zhu, and C. Ma*, “Analysis and Tracking of Optimal Load in Wireless Power Transfer Systems,”IEEE Transactions on Power Electronicsvol. 30, no. 7, pp. 3952–3963, 2015. (CAS Q1, ESI highly cited)

11.M. Fu, C. Ma, and X. Zhu*, “A Cascaded Boost Buck Converter for High Efficiency Wireless Power Transfer Systems,” IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informaticsvol. 10, no. 3, pp. 1972–1980, 2014. (CAS Q1)