The PELS podcasts highlight topics of popular interest while having conversations with the leaders of the power electronics field to hear their opinions and perspectives. Below are some of the most recent podcasts from the PELS:
Imparting Cognitive Learning Abilities into Power Electronics
|In this episode, we had a chat with Dr. Huai Wang from Aalborg University, who shares his views on how artificial intelligence will become a very powerful tool for power electronics in reducing design time and accurate decision making. Besides this, he also talks about the growing interest of AI from the industries ensuring reduced time-to-market.|
An Excerpt of Experiences and Design Challenges in IFEC 2020
|In this podcast, we talk to the young and bright minds of h-bridges from the University of Belgrade, one of the runner-up teams in IFEC 2020, who share their experiences and embark on the importance of design challenges and competitions for qualitative learning.|
A Fireside Chat with Professor Ned Mohan
|We had an inspirational conversation with Professor Ned Mohan in this episode. You will hear about his professional journey in the field of power electronics, power systems, and motor drives, as well as some professional advice.|
Perspectives on a Career Path After (Graduate) School
|Considering your future career path? Weighing interests between a career in Academia, Industry, or an International Laboratory? Join hosts from the IEEE PELS Young Professional committee in a conversation with three panelists: Yongheng Yang (Zhejiang University), Samantha Gunter (General Motors), and Lalit Patnaik (CERN), who share their experiences and perspectives working on varying challenges in the power electronics industry across the globe. Additionally, hear their advice for students and young professionals looking for future employment opportunities.|
A Conversation with Dr. Alan Mantooth, Editor in Chief of IEEE Open Journal of Power Electronics
|In this episode, we interviewed Dr. Alan Mantooth of the University of Arkansas about the IEEE Open Journal of Power Electronics.|
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