Research Networking with and Training from CFPER’s recent PhD graduate

Our most recent PhD graduate, Dr Xin Lin, visited the research centre and shared his experiences with the current PhD students. During his 10-day stay in Auckland, he worked with Avy Sheina on the hardware in the loop (HIL) simulation of a battery charger in DC Microgrid using OPAL-RT real time simulator and STM32F4 microcontroller. CFPER research students would like to express their sincere thanks to Dr Xin Lin for sharing his insights on the PhD journey.