Since 2016, Rubén Molina Llorente has been finding opportunities from the electrification of vehicles to reduce their CO2 levels. He is involved with the digital control of high-efficiency bi-directional 48–12V made with GaN power devices and Silicon 400–12V DC–DC converters for automotive industries. He has a pending patent for control algorithm in an interleaving DC–DC power converter. From 2018 he is involved in battery management systems for electric vehicle, focused in voltage and temperature cells measurements, state of charge estimation, and cell balancing algorithms. Recently, in his spare time he dedicates it to FEA for electric machines and high-power and high-frequency transformers. From 2005 to 2016, Rubén Molina Llorente worked in electric machine control for domestic and industrial markets, starting with universal machine control with TRIAC and speed sensor, speed sensor VF control for induction machine, trapezoidal control for three-phase PMSM machine, and most recently, sensorless vector control for induction and PMSM machines. From 2001–2005, Rubén Molina Llorente was a Junior Engineer after graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Electronic Engineering. He was involved with the calculation of thermal loads, cooling plants, central-heating, air flow, recuperators, solar heating, and pumps for recirculation of the cold and hot water in sports centers.
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