Simon Nigsch, MSc. FHO

Wiss. MA IES

+41 58 257 31 78 simon.nigsch@ost.ch

Field of competence
  • Leistungselektronik
  • Induktive Ladetechnik
  • High Density Converter Design
  • Schaltungssimulation mit PLECS und LTSpice
  • Design magnetischer Komponenten
  • Thermische Simulationen und Feldbetrachtungen mit FEMM

Curriculum Vitae

  • Seit Apr. 2013 Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter NTB
  • Sept. 2011 - Feb. 2014 MSc FHO in Industrial Technologies
  • Sept. 2012 - Feb. 2013 Gastsemester University of California, Irvine, USA
  • Sept. 2008 - Sept. 2011 BSc FHO in Systemtechnik mit Schwerpunkt Elektronik und Regelungstechnik

Teaching activity

  • Betreuung von Bachelorarbeiten

Nigsch, S., Schenk, K.: Influence of Coupler Parameter Variation of an Inductive Charging System for Electric Vehicles. ETH Zürich, Zürich (CH), 11.09.2018.

Nigsch, S., Marquart, J., Schenk, K.: High Efficiency 22 kW Inductive Charging System for Electric Vehicles. 4th SCCER Mobility Annual Conference. ETH Zürich, Zürich (CH), 15.09.2017.

S. Nigsch, M. Schlenk and K. Schenk, "Detailed analysis of a current-doubler rectifier for an LLC resonant converter with high output current," 2017 IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition (APEC), Tampa, FL, 2017, pp. 1748-1754.

Janosch Marquart, Simon Nigsch, Kurt Schenk 2016, Design Optimization for a High Power-Density, Wide Output,High Frequency LLC Resonant Converter for Lighting Applications, PCIM Europe 2016, Power Conversion and Intelligent Motion

Simon Nigsch, Janosch Marquart, Kurt Schenk 2016, Low Cost High Density AC-DC Converter for LED LightingApplications, PCIM Europe 2016, Power Conversion and Intelligent Motion

Simon Nigsch, Kurt Schenk, Slobodan Cuk, 2015, Analysis, Modeling and Design of a True Bridgeless Single Stage PFC with Galvanic Isolation, IEEE-APEC 2015, Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition