Anshuman Sharma (Graduate Student Member IEEE); completed his Bachelor of Engineering degree in Electrical Engineering (with highest distinction) from the Ontario Tech University, Canada in 2020 and is currently pursuing a completely funded Master of Applied Science (MASc) degree in Electrical Engineering at the Ontario Tech University supported by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) – Canada Graduate Scholarship Master’s (CGS-M). He is a member of the Power Electronics and Drives Applications Laboratory (PEDAL) at the Ontario Tech University, where his primary research work is in the area of power electronics applications for transportation electrification and autonomous electric mobility. His current research focuses on the development of an integrated wireless power transfer system utilizing inductive power transfer technology geared towards vehicular applications. He serves as the secretary of the IEEE IES Toronto Section. He is also the recipient of the prestigious IEEE Life Members Graduate Study Fellowship in Electrical Engineering – a fellowship awarded by the IEEE Educational Activities Board (EAB) in 2020 for the duration of his master’s program. During his undergraduate studies he held two research assistantships an Undergraduate Student Research Assistantship (USRA) through the NSERC and a Research Internship in Science and Engineering (RISE) through the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and MITACS.
Vice Chair of PELS&CE Chapter