Researcher 

ISSIA CNR – Palermo

 

SHORT BIO

Giuseppe Marsala received the M.Sc. degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Palermo in 2003; in 2004 he developed a research activity on microprocessor system within the Institute of Intelligent System for Automation (ISSIA), of the National Research Council (CNR). In 2008, he received the PhD degree in Electrical Engineering at the Université de technologie de Belfort-Montbélliard (France), developing his research activity within the group of Converters, PEM Fuel Cell System and Control of the same University and the Institute of ISSIA-CNR. Since September 2009 he has been a permanent researcher at ISSIA-CNR. Her main research activity are: power electronics and control, renewable energy, power line communication and smart grid.

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

  1. A. Cataliotti, D. Di Cara, G. Marsala, A. Pecoraro, A. Ragusa, G. Tinè

    High-Frequency Experimental Characterization and Modeling of Six Pack IGBTs Power Modules, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, 63(11), 2016

  2. M. Cirrincione, G. Marsala, A. Miraoui, M. Pucci, G. Vitale

    A prototype of a fuel cell PEM EMULATOR BASED ON A BUCK CONVERTER, Applied energy, Vol. 86, 2009

CONFERENCE PUBLICATIONS

  1. M. Brando, A. Cataliotti, C. Caramazza, V. Cosentino, G. Ciulla, D. Di Cara, D. Gambino, F. Vesco, G. Marsala, A. Ragusa, G. Tinè

    (2014) "A PC-Based Instrument for Automatic Monitoring and Control of a CPVT Power Plant", 20th IMEKO TC4 International Symposium and 18th International Workshop on ADC Modelling and Testing, Benevento (Italy), September 15-17, 2014

  2. Cataliotti A., Di Cara D., Marsala G., Ragusa A., Tinè G.

    (2014) "Measurements methodology for the reliability evaluation of intelligent power modules", In Proc. of IEEE International Instrumentation And Measurement Technology Conference, Montevideo (Uruguay), May 12-15, 2014

  3. A. Cataliotti, D. Di Cara, G. Marsala, A. Ragusa, G. Tinè

    (2013)Electromagnetic Immunity Analysis of a New Interface Device with Power Line Communication for Smart Grid and Energy Storage Applicationsin IEEE ISPLC 2013 International Symposium on Power Line Communication, Johannesburg, South Africa, March 24-27

  4. G. Marsala, A. Ragusa

    (2012) Increase of the performance of a low ripple boost converter for PEM FC applications using GA and PSO algorithms, in 2012 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC12), Seoul, Korea, 09/10/2012