University of Wisconsin–Madison

2018 Annual Review Faculty & Student Presentations

Lose Your Bearings: Opportunities with Magnetically Suspended Motor Shafts
Prof. Eric Severson – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Ludois Group Happenings
Prof. Dan Ludois – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Electrostatic Drives
Aditya Ghule – University of Wisconsin-Madison

dv/dt Filters Integrated in Bus Bars
Andy Schroedermeier – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Research Update: Motor Design for Hybrid/Electric Propulsion of Aircraft
Prof. Bulent Sarlioglu – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Multi-Functional Grid-Connected Inverter for Power Quality Improvement
Susie Wooyoung Choi – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Torque Ripple Minimization and Vibration Measurements in Single-Phase BLDC Motors using GaN-HEMT-based Motor Drive
Matt Woongkul Lee – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Research Overview: Converters, Microgrids, etc
Prof. Giri Venkataramanan – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Characterization of Foil Wound Armatures for Permanent Magnet Machines
Michael Rios – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Dynamic Modeling of Smart Microgrids
Ashray Manur – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Comparison of Torque Capability of AC Machines
Detailed derivations and calculations
Prof. Tom Lipo – University of Wisconsin-Madison, Emeritus

Synchronous Machine Field Excitation Utilizing a Single Phase Matrix Converter Excited Rotary Transformer
Jianyang Liu – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Pushing the Limits: From Integrated Motor Drives to Distributed Energy Systems
Prof. Tom Jahns – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Distributed Vector Control of High-Performance, Fault-Tolerant Modular PM Machine Drives
Adam Shea – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Grid-Forming vs. Grid-Following control for Power Systems with High Inverter Penetration
Dinesh Pattabiraman – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Controls and Sensor Technology
Prof. Bob Lorenz – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Li-Ion Battery Rate of Degradation and Control
Ruxiu Zhao – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Parameter Estimation in DBDTFC-IM Drives Using Back EMF Self-Sensing
Kang Wang – University of Wisconsin-Madison