EPE’19 ECCE Europe, Genova, Italy, 2-6 September 2019 - Program

EPE19

 

 

http://www.epe2019.com

- Technical programme unveiled – Registration opens 23 April 2019

Confirmed Keynote speakers:

 

Marco Venturini, CEO of Phase Motion Control S.p.A.

New trends in electric mobility (batteries, powertrains, etc…)

Paolo Bordignon, Executive Vice President, R&D Coordination and Technology,
Rongxin HUIKO Electric Technology Co., Ltd

VSC Conversion Technology for HVDC & FACTS, State of the Art and Future Trend

 

Monday 2 September: Tutorials:

 

T1 (Morning): GaN Transistors as an Enabler of High-Performance Power Electronics

Miroslav Vasić, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Centro de Electrónica Industrial (CEI), José Gutiérrez Abascal 2, 28006 Madrid, Spain

 

T2 (Afternoon): Design of High efficiency Electric Motors and Power Electronic Drives with Wide Bandgap Devices (SiC and GaN)

Prof. Bulent Sarlioglu, PhD, Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

 

T3 (Full day): Prospects for Condition Monitoring Implementation in SiC Power MOSFETs

Dr Olayiwola Alatise, Dr Jose Ortiz Gonzalez, School of Engineering, University of Warwick, UK; Assist. Prof. Amir Sajjad Bahman, Prof. Francesco Iannuzzo, Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University, Denmark

 

T4 (Full day): MMC-based Converters for MVDC Applications

Prof. Drazen Dujic, Dr. Alexandre Christe*, Mr. Stefan Milovanovic, Power Electronics Laboratory – PEL, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology – EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland, *ABB Corporate Research Centre, Västerås, Sweden

 

T5 (Full day): Smart Battery Pack Solutions with Lithium-ion Batteries

Daniel Stroe, Remus Teodorescu, Aalborg University; Mattia Ricco, University of Bologna

 

T6 (Afternoon): Insulation and Coordination Design Steps for Medium Voltage Power Electronics Applications

Ilknur Colak – Team Leader & Project Manager – Power Electronics, Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen GmbH, Regensburg, Germany

 

T7 (Morning): Modular high frequency high voltage power supply: architectures, circuit modeling methodologies and output voltage sharing technologies

Saijun Mao; Leadrive Technology (Shanghai) Co., Ltd, China; Braham Ferreira; Delft University of Technology,
The Netherlands.

 

T8 (Full day): Model Predictive Control of Power Converters: Principle, Design and Applications

Ralph Kennel, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany; José Rodríguez, Faculty of Engineering, Universidad Andres Bello, Santiago, Chile ; Tomislav Dragičević, Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark; Mateja Novak, Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark; Tobias Geyer, ABB Corporate Research, Baden-Dättwil, Switzerland

 

Tuesday 3 September:

LS1a: Topic 1: Wide Bandgap Devices

LS1b: Topic 2: Modular Multilevel Converters (MMC)

LS1c: Topic 6: DC Grids: Protections and Control

LS1e: Topic 4: Machine and Drive System Design and Modelling

LS2a: Topic 1: Silicon Power Devices

LS2b: Topic 2: Advanced Power Converter Topologies (APC)

LS2c: Topic 6: DC Grids: Modelling and Operation

LS2e: Topic 4: High-Performance Control of Drive Systems

 

DS1a: Topic 1: Passive Components

DS1b: Topic 1: Active Devices and Components (Wide Bandgap and Other New Materials)

DS1c: Topic 2: Hard & Soft Switching Techniques

DS1d: Topic 2: Advanced Power Converter Topologies I

DS1e: Topic 3: Measurements and Control: Other Topics

DS1f: Topic 4: Electrical Machines

DS1g: Topic 4: Adjustable Speed Drives

DS1h: Topic 6: Power Electronics in Transmission and Distribution Systems

DS1i: Topic 6: HVDC & FACTS

DS1j: Topic 10: Data Analysis, Artificial Intelligence, and Communication Issues

Industrial Forum

Wide Bandgap components: GaN

Marine Transportation

Wednesday 4 September:

LS3a: Topic 1:Reliability

LS3b: Topic 2: Converter Design and Optimization (CDO)

LS3c : Topic 3: Standard and Advanced Control Techniques for Power Converters (part I)

LS3d: Topic 7: Wireless Power Supply

LS3e: Topic 5: Photovoltaics

LS4a: Topic 1: Passives

LS4b: Topic 2: Dual Active Bridge Converters (DAB)

LS4c :Topic 3:  Standard and Advanced Control Techniques for Power Converters (part II)

LS4d: Topic 7: Power Supplies

LS4e: Topic 4: High-Performance Drive Systems

 

DS2a: Topic 1: Active Devices and Components (Si)

DS2b: Topic 1: System Integration, Packaging & Thermal Management

DS2c: Topic 1: Reliability

DS2d: Topic 2: Advanced Power Converter Topologies II

DS2e: Topic 2: Advanced Power Converter Topologies III

DS2f:  Topic 3: Standard and Advanced Control Techniques for Power Converters I

DS2g: Topic 3: Application of Control Methods

DS2h: Topic 4: High Performance Drives, Robotics

DS2i: Topic 5:Wind Energy Systems

DS2j: Topic 7: Power Supplies

DS2k: Topic 7: Contactless Power Supplies and Wireless Power Transfer

DS2l: Topic 9: Industry Specific Energy Conversion and Conditioning Technologies

Industrial Forum

Wide Bandgap components: SiC: “From the high end niche to the main stream – cranking up the volume”

Speakers confirmed:

- John Palmour of Cree/Wolfspeed

- Thomas Neyer of ON Semiconductors

- Speakers from STM, Mitsubishi, and more

Moderator: Prof. Nando Kaminski, University of Bremen, Germany

 

IEEE WG P2004: „Recommended Practice for Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) Simulation Based Testing of Electric Power Apparatus and Controls“

Chair: Michael Steurer; Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, USA;

Co-Chair: Georg Lauss, Austrian Institute of Technology, Vienna, Austria;

Secretary: Blake Lundstrom, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO, USA;

Thursday 5 September:

LS5a : Topic 3: Estimation and Control Methods Applied to Electrical Systems

LS5b: Topic 5:  Wind Power

LS5c: Topic 2: DC/DC Converters (DCDC)

LS5d: Topic 6: Grids Monitoring and Stability

LS5e: Topic 8: Wireless Charging

LS6a : Topic 3: Measurements Techniques & Sensors

LS6b: Topic 5: Storage and Grid

LS6c: Topic 9: Industry Specific Energy Conversion and Conditioning Technologies

LS6d: Topic 6: Special Session on SCCER-Furies

LS6e: Topic 8: Industrial Power Converters for Electric Vehicles

 

DS3a: Topic 2: Advanced Power Converter Topologies IV

DS3b: Topic 2: EMC Issues Including HF Phenomena

DS3c:  Topic 3: Standard and Advanced Control Techniques for Power Converters II

DS3d:  Topic 3: Standard and Advanced Control Techniques for Power Converters III

DS3e:  Topic 3: Estimation and Identification Methods; Sensorless Control

DS3f: Topic 5:Solar Energy Systems

DS3g: Topic 5: Other Renewable Energy Systems, Energy Harvesting; Energy Storage

DS3h: Topic 6: Micro-Grids

DS3i: Topic 6: Other Grid Issues

DS3j: Topic 8: Power Converters for Electric Vehicles

DS3k: Topic 8: Electric Vehicle Propulsion Systems and their Energy Storage

Friday 6 September : Technical visits

Phase and Motion Control S.p.A. – Genova

Leading the Innovation in Dynamic Motion, Torque and Position Control for Automation: e.g., extra high torque density motor, high efficiency, high power density submersible pm motors for under water propulsion….

 IIT (Italian Institute of Technology) – Genova

 Robotics, Nanomaterials, Lifetech, Computational Sciences

ASG Superconductors SpA

Design, development, production, installation and testing of superconductive and resistive magnetic systems, cryogenic systems, resonance cavities, superconducting solenoids and coils, magnets for cyclotrons and components for made-to-measure applications, from design to production to the complete test of systems and magnets.


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