Who is this class for: This course is primarily aimed at professional electrical engineers or electrical engineering graduate students, who need to design or understand switching regulator systems.


Created by:  University of Colorado Boulder

  • Dr. Robert Erickson

    Taught by:  Dr. Robert Erickson, Professor

    Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering

  • Dr. Dragan Maksimovic

    Taught by:  Dr. Dragan Maksimovic, Charles V. Schelke Endowed Professor

    Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering

  • Dr. Khurram Afridi

    Taught by:  Dr. Khurram Afridi, Assistant Professor

    Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering
Basic Info
LevelIntermediate
Commitment6 weeks of study, 6-10 hours/week
Language
English
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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Rated 4.9 out of 5 of 39 ratings

very good practice of designing a dc/dc converter, you choose the topology, select components based on what you have learned. Some previous experience with PMIC would make you understand much better. Thanks for the UC Boulder team and whoever contributes in developing this course and provide help in discussion forum!

Extremely useful course for power engineers.

Excellent Project!

Good design projects, but very difficult at some times