Chan C Y is currently in the School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering since 1988. He received his Bachelor, Master and Ph.D. degrees all from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. His done research on discrete sliding mode control systems as well as nonlinear coontrol of power converters.
Assoc Prof Chan Chok You, John
Associate Professor, School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Chan C Y's areas of expertise are discrete sliding mode control and nonlinear control of dc-dc power converters. His current research works focus mainly on the analysis and control of switching power converters.
- Distribution Switchgear Degradation Study
- Neural Network Control with Machine Learning Algorithm for Electric Motor Drive in Emerging Applications
- Project 2: Distribution Switchgear Degradation Study
- Chok You Chan. (2014). Investigation of a voltage-mode controller for a cascade boost converter. IET Power Electronics, 7(8), 2060-2068.
- C Y Chan. (2012). Development of non-linear controllers for a tri-state boost converter. IET Power Electronics, 5(1), 68-73.