Meet PELS RDL's

2021 RDLs

Brandon Grainger
University of Pittsburgh
USA

RDL-1: Modern Power Conversion Solutions
– From Electric Power Grids to Aerospace
Power Applications


RDL-2: Multiport Converter Designs:  Modeling
Considerations and State Plane Analysis
Approaches for Improved Thermal Performance
of SiC Devices 

Tanya Gachovska
University of Nebraska
USA

RDL-1: Current Status and Future Prospects of GaN Power HEMTs

RDL-2: 
SiC and GaN Devices and Some Applications 

Sudip Mazumder
University of Illinois at Chicago
USA

RDL-1: Control of Power Electronics Systems using
Predictive Switching Sequences and Switching Transitions

RDL-2: Nonlinear Analysis of Power-Electronics Systems and Networks

RDL-3: Differential Mode Power Converters: A Universal Solution

 

 

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Kan Akatsu
Yokohama National University, Japan
RDL-1: Integration technology of electric machines and inverter system in EV
RDL-2: Advanced motor control technique realizing "Digital Twin" 

Gurumoorthy Bhuvaneswari 
 India

RDL-1: Power Converters and Control Configurations for Renewable energy systems
RDL-2: Power quality improvement in Switched Mode Power Supply Systems
RDL-3: Power Converters: Classification, Control Configurations and Applications
Sewan Choi
Seoul National University of Science and Technology, Korea

RDL-1: High power density, high efficiency on-board battery chargers for electric vehicles
RD-2: Bidirectional soft-switched DC-DC converters for high step-up and wide voltage range applications

Rukmi Dutta
University of New South Wales, Australia

RDL-1: Breaking the barrier- high-speed and high-power Permanent Magnet Machines
RDL-2: Multiphysics optimization of electric machines leading to additive manufacturing
RDL-3: Transport Electrification and Renewable Energy Conversions- a push in the right direction (for the advancement of Electric Machines and Drives)

Jun-ichi Itoh
Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan
RDL-1: AC-AC direct conversion technologies
RDL-2: Minimization fo passive components with circuit topology and its control
RDL-3: Simple adjustable speed drive system based on V/f control for PM motors
Dong-Choon Lee
Yeugnam University, S. Korea

RDL-1: Control issues of AC/DC/AC PWM converters
RDL-2: Control of wind power generation system and grid connection techniques

Wuhua Li
Zhejiang University Hangzhou, P.R. China
RDL-1: State awareness and lifetinme extension of power devices/converters: from near-line to on-line
RDL-2: Hierarchical control and self-disciplined stability of renewable DC-based inter-grid
Noriko Kawakami
Toshiba Mitsubishi-Electric Industrial Systems Corporation (TMEIC)
Japan

RDL-1: Leaping the gender gap! Why engineering is worthwhile career for women 
RDL-2: High power converters contributing power grid stabilization in Japan
RDL-3: Large capacity power electronics technology for renewable energy sources  

Meiqin Mao
School of Electrical and Automation Engineering, HFUT, China

RDL-1: MAS-Based Multi-time-scale Energy Management for a microgrid
RDL-2: Integration and Optimal Control of Microgrid Comprised with PV/Battery-VSGs

Bhim Singh
IIT Delhi, India
RDL-1: Electric vehicles-at a glance
RDL-2: Power factor correction converters feeding brushless DC motor drives
RDL-3: Microgrids: configurations, control, synchronization and applications
RDL-4: Control of brushless motors for solar water pumping

Xu Yang
Xi’an Jiaotong University, P. R. China
RDL-1: Frequency and time domain modelling and stability analysis PWM converters
RDL-2: Application and integration for wide band gap semiconductor power devices
RDL-3: DC micro-grid and power electronic transformers

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