Michael has received an MSc degree with distinction in Power Electronics and Drives, jointly from the University of Birmingham and the University of Nottingham, and the PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Birmingham. He has worked as an aircraft electrical engineer, is a holder of a European patent, a regular reviewer for IEEE/IET and a Power Electronics consultant.
His research interests include a broad range of Power Electronics/Systems and Drives subjects and his expertise lies in the area of HF and RF Power Electronics for special applications such as high-density power supplies, dielectric/induction heating, plasma excitation, wireless power transfer and similar.
Newest selected publications
Fylladitakis, E., Moronis, A. and Theodoridis, M. (2017) 'An Analytical Model for the Determination of the Unipolar Ionic Saturation Current During Positive Corona Discharge for Geometries Comprising Cylindrical Emitter Electrodes'. IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation, 24 (2).Open Access Link
Fylladitakis, E., Moronis, A. and Theodoridis, M. (2017) 'A Mathematical Model for Determining an Electrohydrodynamic Accelerator's Monopolar Flow Limit During Positive Corona Discharge'. IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 45 (3).Open Access Link
Fylladitakis, E., Moronis, A. and Theodoridis, M. (2016) 'Analytical Estimation of the Electrostatic Field in Cylinder-Plane and Cylinder-Cylinder Electrode Configurations'. International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE), 6 (December 2016).Open Access Link
Theodoridis, M. (2014) 'Electromagnetic compatibility and safety design of a patient compliance-free, inductive implant charger'. Biomedical engineering, 59 (5). ISSN: 0006-2898
Fylladitakis, ED., Theodoridis, MP. and Moronis, AX. (2014) 'Review on the History, Research, and Applications of Electrohydrodynamics'. Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on, PP. pp. 1-1 - 1-1. ISSN: 0093-3813 Open Access Link