Dr. Jonathan C. Mayo-Maldonado


Email: j.mayo@sheffield.ac.uk


Lecturer of Electrical Machines and Drives

Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering


The University of Sheffield, UK

Previous appointments:

2015-2021 :       Faculty Member of the Electrical Engineering Department

Tecnologico de Monterrey

Monterrey, Mexico

Academic Interests:


Power electronics: microgrids, renewable energy integration, topology design, control of power converters, energy storage.

System and control theory: behavioral system theory, dissipativity theory, switched systems, data-driven control.

2011-2015 :     Ph.D. in Electronic and Electrical Engineering
                       University of Southampton
                       Southampton, United Kingdom
                       Thesis: Switched linear differential systems

2008–2010:     M.Eng. Degree in Electrical Engeneering
                       Tecnologico de Ciudad Madero
                       Ciudad Madero, Mexico
                       Thesis: Experimental control of a wind energy conversion system

2003–2007:     B.Sc. Degree in Electronic Engineering
                       Tecnologico de Ciudad Madero
                       Ciudad Madero, Mexico

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2011 Four years international PhD Scholarship, CONACYT (Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología), Mexico.
2011 Three years international PhD Scholarship, University of Southampton, UK.
2008 Two years Master Scholarship, DGEST (Dirección General de Educación Superiot Tecnológica), Mexico.


National Researcher Level 1 (SNI) by CONACyT since 2017.

Best UK PhD Thesis Award in Automation and Control to the thesis "Switched linear differential systems" by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) in 2015.

Best Paper Award to the paper: “Topological Derivation of DC-DC Multiplier Converters”, in the World Congress on Engineering and Computer Science, San Francisco, 2010.

Certificate of Merit to the papers: “Design Oriented Analysis and Modeling of a Single-Inductor Continuous Input-Current Buck-Boost DC-DC Converter” and “Maximum Power Point Tracking Control for a DC-Generator/Multiplier-Converter Combination for Wind Energy Applications”, in the World Congress on Engineering and Computer Science, San Francisco, 2011.

Best Master Thesis Award by Asociación Tamaulipeca de Investigación Científica y Tecnológica (2011), Mexico

Highest Mark Distintion for the Master in Electrical Engineering by Instituto Tecnológico de Ciudad Madero (2011), Mexico.

Professional Activities:

IEEE Member.

Member of the IEEE Control Systems and Power Electronics societies.

Member of the International Association of Engineers (IAENG).

Editoral Activities:

Associate Editor of Mathematical Problems in Engineering (2020-)