PELS Distinguished Lecturer Online Seminar-PELS Day

PELS National Activity Brazil is the meeting of the Brazilian Chapters of the Power Electronics Society, which aims to integrate PELS Day 2020 Headervolunteer members in the mission of promoting activities with relevant and current topics in Power Electronics, providing the exchange of knowledge.

The PELS Brazil group invites you to celebrate with us the 2nd PELS Day on 20 June 2020. On this day, in 1987, PELS became a full-fledged society within the IEEE.  In this year, PELS Day will be celebrated with online technical lectures given by the Distinguished Lecturers (DL)  PELS, where they will present during all day themes related to power converters, solid state transformer technologies, model predictive control in power electronics, photovoltaic energy, wireless power transfer systems, grid integration of electric vehicles, etc. See some professors who will be present on our PELS Day:

Professors who will present at PELS Day:
  • Robert S. Balog, Texas A & M-University at Qatar-Opportunities and Challenges in the Balance of Systems for Photovoltaic Energy  
  • Huan-Jen Chiu, Katherine Kim and Steven Liu, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology,-High-efficiency Wireless Power Transfer Systems
  • Tobias Geyer, ABB Corporate Research, Switzerland, and Stellenbosch University, South Africa-Model Predictive Control in Power Electronics: A Critical Review and Recent Industrial Products
  • Hui "Helen" Li, Florida State University-Current-Source Solid State Transformer (SST) Technologies
  • Paolo Mattavelli, University of Padova-Power Electronics Control Issues in LV DC Microgrids
  • Udaya K. Madawala, The University of Auckland-Grid Integration of Electric Vehicles (EVs): Wired and Wireless Solutions
  • Pedro Rodriquez, Loyola University Andalucia-Modelling and Stability Analysis of Electrical Networks Dominated by Grid-connected Power Converters
  • Krishna Shenai, University of Chicago-Reliability of Compact Power Converters

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