The Power Electronics Society highly values and promotes education.  We are always looking for ideas and initiatives to expand continuing education opportunities for power electronics professionals and students.  Our goal is to ensure the growth of skill and knowledge among professionals and to foster individual commitment to continuing education among IEEE PELS members, the engineering and scientific community, and the general public.

We continue to maintain a listing of technical experts in our fields who are available to Chapters and conferences.  In addition to our Distinguished Lecturer program, the table below lists speakers who are willing to give half-day or full-day tutorials.  All of the tutorials listed have been given at recent PELS-sponsored conferences.  If you would like to be included in this list, please fill out this form  If you are organizing a meeting and would like to contact a listed tutorial speaker, please email  Issa Batarseh for more details.

We will soon start developing online modular courses through IEEE eLearning.  If you would like to create a course, please consult the request for proposals for more information.  Modules will be initially offered free of charge to PELS members.  Our goal is to provide adequate online resources to support license renewal (Professional Engineer or equivalent) continuing education requirements.  


Social Media Hosting and Usage Policy 

In sponsoring social media groups, it is the intent of the IEEE Power Electronics Society to provide our members and technical community with an unbiased and neutral forum of free exchange for the sharing and dissemination of social networking, educational discovery, and respectful conversation.  It is directed to be non-commercial and not to be used as a vehicle for-profit or personal gain as that is seen as a conflict of interest to the intention of our site.

Individuals engaging in our sites must adhere to and follow the guidelines of the social media usage policy as defined in IEEE’s Policy and Procedures Manual and can be found at, Section 9.28

IEEE social media compliance is driven through the respective social media platforms, e.g. LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.  These platforms have their own privacy policies and/or notices built into them.  When content is placed onto any social media platform and engagement occurs on that platform, with either likes, content sharing, comments, etc., these engagements are governed by the privacy policy and practices of the social media provider.

Prasad Enjeti 2019

Education & Webinar Chair

Texas A&M University (USA)