My name is Michael Salino-Hugg.
I recieved my BSE and MS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Iowa.
I am currently working towards my PhD in Electrical Engineering also at the Univesity of Iowa.
My PhD research is in the area of wireless power transfer (WPT). Specifically in controlling multiple-input multiple-out (MIMO) arrays of resonant inductive coils to more effectively deliver power to a set of target loads. My research interests include the areas of embedded systems, sensor and sensor applications, wireless sensor networks, and IoT devices.
I also have many interests and hobbies outside of electrical engineering. Drawing, sewing, cooking, and playing music are all things I think help make me a more creative problem solver and well rounded person.
- "Adaptive Wireless Charging Using Resonant Coupling with Multiple Transmit Coils" - IEEE IECON 2018 - Oct 2018
- "A Flexible Electronic Flash For Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences Research" - IEEE SAS 2017 - March 2017
- "Introducing a Sensor to Measure Budburst and its Environmental Drivers" - Kleinknecht GJ- Frontiers in Plant Science - March 2015