Chayban obtained his bachelor degree in electrical engineering with high distinction in 2016 from Notre Dame University-Louaize.
In fall 2017, he received a graduate fellowship from the Electrical and Computer Engineering department at the American University of Beirut, where he pursued his masters in power systems and renewable energy.
Upon graduating from AUB, Chayban joined the University of Maryland, College Park as a PhD student in fall 2019. At UMD he is a member of the Maryland Power Electronics Laboratory. His present research at MPEL focuses on high frequency circuits for AC-DC converters with a special emphasis on electric aircraft applications.
His research interests also include hybrid electric vehicles, and power electronics applications for renewable energy systems.
During his free time Chayban enjoys watching movies and playing video games.