IEEE PELS Ph.D. Thesis Talk Award (P3 Talk)
The Selection Committee for the PELS Ph.D. Thesis Talk (P3) consisted of worldwide Distinguished Professors in the Power Electronics community. Each video submission was reviewed by a panel of three judges who have now completed their evaluations, this was a difficult task because of the high quality of nominations. I'd like to now congratulate the following winners.
- Design Considerations for Radio Frequency Power Converters by: Lei Gu, Stanford University, USA
- Synchronised Control of Grid-Interactive Inverters using Stationary Frame Resonant Regulators by: Afif Nazib, RMIT University, Australia
- Mission Profile based System-Level Lifetime Prediction of Modular Multilevel Converters by: Yi Zhang, Aalborg University, Denmark
- Three-Layer Control Strategy for LLC Converters: Large-Signal, Small Signal, and Steady-State Operation by: Mehdi Mohammadi, University of British Columbia, Canada
- Torque Estimation in Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machines by: Maria Martinez Gomez, University of Oviedo, Spain
The Award consists of $1000 + Certificate + up to a maximum of $500 towards travel reimbursement to attend IEEE ECCE 2020 in Detroit to receive the award.
Once again Congratulations to the winners of the 2020 IEEE PELS Ph.D. Thesis Talk Award (P3 Talk).
Dr. Prasad Enjeti
IEEE PELS Digital Media Chair
TI Professor, Texas A&M University
- Advanced Control Functionalities for Photovoltaic and Energy Storage Converters By: Emanuel Serban
- SWITCHING-MODE POWER CONVERTERS FOR VISIBLE LIGHT COMMUNICATION TRANSMITTERS By: Juan Rodriguez Mendez
- Sensorless Control and Commissioning of High Anisotropy Synchronous Motor Drives By: Paolo Pescetto
- Operational Principles and Applications of Global Synchronous Pulse Width Modulation By: Tao Xu
- High Gain DC-DC and Active Power Decoupling Techniques for Photovoltaic Inverters By: Jinia Roy