This is Martinez D3, who become indebted to Power Electronics Laboratory for all the support that Yamamoto Sensei, PeLab members, and all the persons involved, provided me.
On Sep 26th, I was honored with the degree of Doctor of Philosophy from Shimane University. Therefore, I want to express my gratitude to all who where part of this journey (no particular order).
First of all, I want to thank my supervisor, Professor Masayoshi Yamamoto. Special thanks to him for receiving me in his Lab three years ago. He put his trust in me even without knowing me. And I appreciate it. Thanks for all the meetings, reviews, advice, and all his support not only in the topic of power electronics, but also in terms of the daily life and how to be useful to our society and our countries. Thank you for everything you taught me. Thanks for all the opportunities to attend to collaborative projects, international conferences, workshops, and other academics activities. Thanks for accepting the invitation of visiting Colombia and for the cooperation with Colombian Universities. You know you will be always welcome in Colombia. I know, there are many more things to be grateful of, so, THANK YOU VERY MUCH. Thanks as well to Okusan for her kindness and for supporting me during the business trips.
Thanks to all the companies who supported our research. Special thanks to Onda San from Nippon Chemi-con, thanks for your friendship and for receiving me in Fukushima. Thanks to Hitachi Metals for supporting our research about new magnetic materials. Thanks to Taiyo Yuden for considering our idea of chip inductors. Thanks to Infineon and Dr. Petar Grbovic from Huawei Technologies for your help with SuperJunction Transistors. Thanks to Toyota, Denso, TDK, OMRON, Murata, and many others for the collaborative projects where we could learn many things.
Thanks to all the professors who supported me in one way or another. Thanks to Itoh Sensei from Nagaoka University, Hiraki Sensei from Okayama University, Omori Sensei from Osaka Institute of Technology, Takeshita Sensei from Nagoya Institute of Technology, Akagi Sensei from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Nishida Sensei from Chiba Institute of Technology, Professor Po Tai-Cheng from Tsinghua University, Professor Kolar from ETH, Professor Luis Munoz and Professor Gustavo Ramos from Universidad de los Andes, and many other professor around the world. Thanks for your advice, for the conversations that we had, every one of them were constructive for my career.
Special thanks to Professor Camilo A Cortes from Universidad Nacional de Colombia, for his continuos support, for his help during these years, for his time reviewing manuscripts, for all the meetings and discussions. Thanks for your help from Colombia and the US. I am very glad of having your advise during these years.
Thanks to all the PeLab member for your great help and support. Thanks a lot:
Umetani Sensei: As my advisor, thank you very much for all the discussions, for your time reviewing my manuscripts, for your advice in the activities of my research. Thanks for all your lectures, for your wide knowledge and for sharing your experience with us. And for the future cooperative research. Thanks a lot.
Imaoka Sensei: My advisor and my dear friend, thank you very much for all the support from the beginning. Thanks for your time in all the procedures at the beginning, I know I was (still) so mendokusai, gomen gomen. Thanks for all your lectures, for your time reviewing papers and teaching me power electronics. Thanks for being caring with me and for thinking in my best future. I will always will be indebted with you. Thanks my dear friend. I wish the best for you and your family, I am sure you will be great. P.S. Please get marry soon and stop smoking, LOL.
Kawashima San: Thanks for all your visits and support to our lab.
Hattori CEO: Thanks for your help when I was in Colombia, thanks for your time answering all my mails, sorry for all the troubles. Special thanks for being my personal bank, LOL. Thanks for changing the ambient of the lab and for singing every time. In certain way, thanks for the bullying,LMAO. Seriously, thanks for your time. I wish the best in your life. P.S. Thanks for teaching me Japanese.
Ume San: Thanks for your support and help during the last years of my PhD. Thanks for our conversations in English (you know my poor japanese). Thanks for teaching my about sabetsu and kubetsu, wwwww. Really, I wish the best in your company, please earn a lot of money and enjoy it. Thanks for teaching me Shogi, I hope to play with you one more time.
Kanazawa Taichou: Thanks for all your help, specially during the first years, thanks for helping me in so many things, thanks for your presents and for showing me part of Nagoya, www. Thanks for your friendship and your time during so many things (filling the reports on my behalf, taking me to many places, calling in my behalf, thanks a lot). I wish the best for your company and your life.
Nanamori Emperor: My dear friend, thanks a loooooooooooooot for all your help, I think this post is not enough to mention all the things you did for me. Thanks for your time, really. Sorry for being so mendokusai from the beginning till now. You don´t know how much I appreciate your help and your time, from the very beginning of my stay in Japan until the day we finished the apartment contract, so many things to be grateful of. Thanks a lot my friend. I wish the best in your future academic life. Please visit Colombia.
Kimusho: Thanks a lot for your help during the beginning, later thanks for your help when you were “coin master” www, and recently thanks for your time with all of the graduation procedures. Thanks for your lectures about magnetics. I hope you travel a lot around the world and I wish the best on your life and career. Thanks a lot.
Kawakami Sensei: Thanks a lot for your your help and time, thanks for your lectures about control and karate, wwww. Thanks for your patience. I am glad you could get your dream job. Please never loose the trust in yourself, you are the control master. Thanks a lot, I wish the best in your life.
Fujie San: Thanks for all your support, you helped our lab so much, with all the procedures that we had. Thanks for everything. You are a great manager.
Mostafa: Thanks for your help with the recent papers, thanks for all the discussions. For teaching us about Islam and Egiptian culture. I hope to visit Egypt soon. I hope you can rest at home a lot and return reloaded. I wish the best in your PhD and your future activities.
Katsura: Thanks for your help at the beginning, for teaching me control and DSP basics. For our conversations in English. I wish the best in your future and I hope to visit you someday in Yokohama.
Gan-chan: Thanks for your help at the beginning of my PhD. Thanks for your teaching us how to be a great drinker, wwww. I wish the best in your life.
Tsuboi: Thanks for your lectures about magnetics.
Nishigaki: Thanks for all your support at the beginning, for your time when I need to signed the apartment contract and your help with many things. Thanks a lot.
Hama: Thanks for your help, you always made us laugh. So nice from you, thanks for all. Thanks for your help with the karage converter.
Sazaki: Thanks for your help with the stamp, thanks for your time. Thanks for giving our lab that spark of joy. Thanks
Aoto: Thanks for your kindness, and thanks for being “coin master”. Thanks for supporting me and for being so caring with us. I wish all of us have a little of your humility. Thanks and the best wishes.
Itoh: Yakuzoku San, thanks a lot for your help with my papers, thanks for your help in Korea and Osaka. Thanks as well for our discussions about magnetics. You are so smart and a really hard worker. Wish the best in your life.
Hou: Thanks a lot for your chinsese massages, the best of all, www.
Shintani: Thanks a lot for the game nights and the buta cheese kimchi (yummy) I am still missing it, so tasty. Thanks for your kind heart. You are a relly good person, thanks for your help with the Christmas Presents and all the leadership in our lab. Thanks for your kindness. I wish the best in your life.
Mishima: I will never forget your rides, So niceeeeeeeeeee. Thanks for the LLC work. Thanks for your help. I wish the best in your career. And the best rides for you,www.
Ishihara: Thanks for your help with so many things, I wish the best in your PhD. Let´s cooperate in many researchs. Please be the best and don´t forget PeLab.
Haradi: Thanks for all your presents, thanks for your kindness and your happiness, you improved the ambient of the Lab. Thanks for being so hard worker. Sugeee. My best wishes for your future Career.
Tanadi: Tanadiiiiiii, thanks for your support, it was a pity we couldn´t have you longer in our lab. But I am happy you still hangout with us, wwww.
Ishibashi: Bashiiiiii, thanks for your help picking Freddy up, and for helping us these years. Wish the best in your life and in your career as Baseball manager.
Endo God: Thanks for your kindness and leadership, thanks for your help with the LLC converter and for being “coin master”. Thanks for your energy.
Sugi-chan: iiiiii hito (maybe lol) Thanks for your help with so many things. Please join PhD. And pelase do the experiment of Iphone bending.
Ebi-chan: Thanks for your help with the TIA school, with the parties and so on. Wish you the best in your PhD, wwww.
Waki: Wakiiiiii, Shogi Master, sugeee. I hope to play again with you. Thanks a lot
Sazaki kun: Please enjoy the US and thanks for supporting the lab in the English matters.
Kurita kun: Congratulations again, now you are the control master, so do your best.
Thai Kun: Never lost the trust in yourself, you are amazing. Your japanese is nice, so please do your best in the lab.
Special thanks to Kobayashi San, Fujimoto San and Ogawa San for their support to our lab and during so many procedures.
Freddy: Thanks for everything, I coudn´t get the dedree without all your help and you friendship. It was nice to have a colombian brother in our Lab. You know how much I appreciate your help. I wish you the best in the future PhD and all the upcoming challenges, you know you can count on me always. FIGHTTTTTT
Simon: Thanks for coming to our lab and for helping me during the very beginning. Hope to see you again.
Mohammed: Thanks for coming to PeLab, I hope you never forget us. Ganbatteeeee
Finally, thanks to Shimane University for letting me be part of you. だんだん