Speaker: Manish Parmar (Texas Instruments)
Date: 9 April 2019
Time: 3.00PM – 4.00PM
Tea: 4:00 PM
Venue: MMCR EE Department, IISc, Bangalore
Abstract: Battery plays a vital role in all the electronic devices and is becoming a necessary component in all modern handheld or wireless devices. As more and more complex devices start getting powered with batteries, the charging of these batteries gets increasingly challenging. When keeping the overall battery management solution safe and convenient to the user, different kinds of challenges start to drive the final solution. This talk will focus on key challenges and techniques for designing Battery Charging System and ICs. The presentation will focus on mobile devices based on lithium-based chemistry.
About the speaker: Manish Parmar is a Design & Development Manager for Battery Charging Products at Texas Instruments, India. He is responsible for designing and developing products for Battery Management Systems. Manish has joined Texas Instruments in 2004 and has worked through multiple Power management products ranging from DC-DC, Solar-modules, LED drivers, etc.
Manish has completed B.Tech from Jodhpur University, Rajasthan and MS (microelectronics) from BITS Pilani. He holds 2 approved US patent and 3 pending applications for US patents.
All are welcome.