Sul Seung Ki


Seoul National University

South Korea


Sul’s innovations in sensorless control techniques have improved the reliability and reduced the cost of motor drive systems, which earned him the 2017 William E. Newell Power Electronics Award.

(Photo: Seoul National University)

  • 2017 William E. Newell Power Electronics Award

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