IEMDC - May 17-20, 2021 - virtual - Register now and save!

The International Electric Machines and Drives Conference is now fully virtual, taking place online May 17-20, 2021.

Register today to receive an early bird discount! Deadline is April 4, 2021.

IEMDC seeks to address all aspects of design, operation, control, and systems integration of electric machines, electromechanical actuators, and the controls and power electronic drives that implement their applications.

We have an extensive program planned with live presentations and Q&A.
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Current Status and Future Plans for Electric Motors and Drives at NASA
Rodger Dyson - Hybrid Gas Electric Propulsion Technical Lead | NASA

Lifetime and Degradation of Vehicular Inverters
Hiroshi Ukegawa - Senior Manager, Power Electronics Research Group | Toyota Research Institute of North America

Air Condition Based Motor Drives
Hanjong Kim - Director, Power Electronics & Electrical Architecture Carrier, United Technology

Offshore Wind – The Next Maritime Industry
Kenneth Bowes - Vice President | Eversource Energy

How Intelligent Switched Reluctance Motor Systems are Unlocking Our Sustainable Future
Piyush Desai - Vice President & Co-Founder | Turntide Technologies

Flux Modulation Machines – Innovation & Beyond
Ronghai Qu - Vice Dean & Professor | Huazhong University of Science and Technology

Superconducting Synchronous Machines For Torque-Dense Applications
David Torrey - Senior Principal Engineer in the Electrical Systems: GE Research

Model Predictive Control Of High Power Converters And Industrial Drives
Tobias Geyer – R&D Platform Manager - ABB Medium-Voltage Drives, Switzerland

EMI in Motor Drive Systems
Lei Xing - Staff Engineer - Raytheon Technologies Research Center

Non-Contact Magnetic Gears and Magnetically Geared Machines: Operating Principles, Design Considerations, and Applications
Hamid Toliyat - Endowed Professor – Texas A&M University

Motor Research at MIT
James Kirtley - Professor - Massachusetts Institute of Technology

High Efficiency and High Power Density Integrated Motor Drives Using Wide Bandgap Power Electronics
Bulent Sarlioglu - Associate Professor - University of Wisconsin-Madison
Thomas Jahns - Grainger Professor - University of Wisconsin-Madison

Advanced Variable-Flux Permanent Magnet Machines for Wide-Speed-Range Applications
Hui Yang - Postdoctoral Fellow-Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Shuangxia Niu - Associate Professor - Hong Kong Polytechnic University

1) Switched Reluctance Machines
2) Electric Aircraft
3) Automation and Robotics
4) Advances in Land Transportation
5) Women and Young Professionals
6) Insulation
7) High Frequency Magnetics

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