Shuai received his B.S. from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 2005 and Ph.D. from Michigan State University in 2013, both in Electrical Engineering. From 07/2005 to 01/2009, he was with Schneider Electric as a hardware design engineer. From 01/2009 to 01/2013, he was engaged in the research of DC-DC converter EMI reduction, high efficiency solar micro-inverters/converters, harmonics compensation for grid-tied inverters and UPS, etc., at Volterra Semiconductor and Michigan State University, respectively. From 01/2013 to 02/2015, he was a lead applications engineer at Intersil Corp., where he led the definition, design and development of integrated DC-DC power modules for server, telecom, datacom and other industrial applications. He also had done research extensively in digital control architectures / algorithms, including multi-phase current sharing, auto-compensation and multi-rate sampling control. Shuai has been working for Google Inc. as a power system engineer since 02/2015. At Google, he develops innovative power delivery technologies and architectures for Google data centers, with a broad scope from system level to chip level. Shuai has published 30+ IEEE journal and conference papers. He has also been serving as a technical reviewer for several major IEEE journals and conferences in power electronics since 2010. He was the recipient of the outstanding presentation award in IEEE APEC 2011 and 2012. He has 20+ patent applications and invention disclosures.