Prof. Jinyeong Moon

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Jinyeong Moon
Assistant Professor
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Florida State University

Center for Advanced Power Systems (CAPS)
2000 Levy Ave, Bldg A, Rm 331
Tallahassee, FL 32310, USA

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
2525 Pottsdamer St, Bldg B, Rm 368
Tallahassee, FL 32310, USA

Phone: +1 (850) 644-8234
E-mail: j.moon at fsu dot edu


Dr. Moon received the B.S. degree in electrical engineering and computer science from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Daejeon, South Korea, in 2005, the M.S. degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA, in 2007, and the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering and computer science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, MA, USA, in 2016.

Dr. Moon was with Hynix Semiconductor Inc., Icheon, South Korea, from 2007 to 2011 as a Senior Research Engineer, where he was involved in designing analog, digital, and power circuits for DDR4 SDRAM. He was a postdoctoral associate at MIT from 2016 to 2017. He was with Maxim Integrated, North Chelmsford, MA, USA, from 2017 to 2018 as a Member of Technical Staff, where he was involved in high efficiency wide bandgap AC-DC converter projects.

His current research interests include modeling, design, analysis, and measurement of circuits and systems in the fields of power conversion, energy harvesting, electromagnetics, and renewable energy.

Dr. Moon received two grand prizes in the MIT Clean Energy Prize in 2014. He was also a recipient of the Kwanjeong Scholarship and the Hynix Strategic Patent Award. He holds 17 registered U.S. and international patents.



If you are interested in joining my research group, please email me with your CV, brief summary of previously involved projects, and research focus and statement.


[Oct 19, 2021]"Analysis, Modeling, and Validation of Cascaded Magnetics for Magnetic Energy Harvesting" is accepted to APEC 2022.
[Sep 02, 2021]"A New Approach to Energy Efficient Maintenance: Condition-based Maintenance" is published on SK Hynix Newsroom.
[Aug 01, 2021]"Eciton: Very Low-Power LSTM Neural Network Accelerator for Predictive Maintenance at the Edge" is accepted to FPL 2021.
[Jul 20, 2021]"An Intelligent Gate Driver With Self-diagnosis and Prognosis for SiC MOSFETs" is accepted to ECCE 2021.
[May 19, 2021]"High-frequency capacitive wireless power transfer technologies" is accepted to Journal of Power Electronics.
[Apr 09, 2021]"Design of Efficient Double-Sided LC Matching Networks for Capacitive Wireless Power Transfer System" is accepted to WoW 2021.
[Mar 30, 2021]MERGE receives support from and collaborates with Keysight Technologies.
[Feb 25, 2021]"Beyond GPS: Exploring Positioning Technology through Artificial Intelligence" is published on SK Hynix Newsroom.
[Jan 28, 2021]Prof. Moon gives a talk in the KIPE Winter Seminar 2021.
[Oct 13, 2020]"Robust Wireless Power Transfer System Based on Rotating Fields for Multi-User Charging" is accepted to IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion.
[Aug 24, 2020]MS student Diego Campos joins the research group.
[Aug 04, 2020]"Direct In-situ Measurement of Magnetic Loss in Power Electronic Circuits" is accepted to IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics.
[Jul 01, 2020]MERGE receives funding from US Department of Energy through Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
[Jun 20, 2020]"FPGA-Accelerated Time Series Mining on Low-Power IoT Devices" is accepted to ASAP 2020.
[May 01, 2020]"Derivative Method for In-situ Magnetic Loss Measurement in a DC-DC Converter" is accepted to ECCE 2020.
[Apr 25, 2020]"Application of impulse oscillometry in adult asthma patients with preserved lung function" is accepted to the Journal of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Research. Prof. Moon is a co-author responsible for engineering insights and explanations of impulse oscillometry principles.
[Mar 15, 2020]Prof. Moon attends APEC 2020, March 15 - March 19.
[Feb 07, 2020]PhD Student Xiaofeng Dong joins the research group.
[Feb 01, 2020]MERGE receives funding from Florida Department of Transportation.
[Jan 13, 2020]PhD student Min Gao joins the research group.
[Nov 19, 2019]Prof. Moon attends ASNE 2019, November 19 - November 21.
[Nov 14, 2019]MS student Yueqi Huang passes the examination for MS graduation.
[Nov 08, 2019]KATRD 2019 paper wins the Best Abstract Award.
[Oct 18, 2019]Prof. Moon becomes the Senior Member of the IEEE.
[Oct 16, 2019]"Novel Methods for In-situ Direct Magnetic Loss Measurement in a DC-DC Converter" is accepted to APEC 2020.
[Oct 01, 2019]Prof. Moon serves as the Publication Liaison for IEEE Power Electronics Society's Technical Committee 1.
[Sep 30, 2019]Prof. Moon attends IEEE ECCE 2019, September 30 - October 02.
[Sep 25, 2019]"Application of Impulse Oscillometry to Adult Asthma with Preserved Lung Function" is accepted to KATRD 2019.
[Aug 26, 2019]PhD student Lifang Yi joins the research group.
[Jun 30, 2019]"Recent Trends in Capacitive Wireless Power Transfer" is published in KIPE 2019.
[May 11, 2019]"Modeling of the Effect of Timing Skew Between Measurement Channels on Direct In-situ Magnetics Loss Measurement in a DC-DC Converter" is accepted to COMPEL 2019.
[May 03, 2019]"In-situ Direct Magnetic Loss Measurement in a DC-DC Converter" is accepted to ECCE 2019.
[Mar 18, 2019]Prof. Moon attends IEEE APEC 2019, March 18 - March 21.
[Jan 07, 2019]MS student Yueqi Huang starts working with Prof. Moon.