2016 Annual Review Guest Speaker & Student Presentations

Guest Speaker Presentations

Control of Power Electronics – Past, Present, Future of High Frequency Signal Injection Techniques
Seung-Ki Sul, Seoul National University

A Perspective on Emerging Electric Machines
Annete Mutze, Graz University of Technology

Wide Bangap Power Devices for Energy Efficient Systems
T. Paul Chow, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Distributed Control of the Grid – The Next Frontier for Power Electronics
Deepak Divan, Georgia Institute of Technology

 

Student Presentations

Capacitor coupled DC-DC converters – An alternative to transformer coupling
Parikshith Channegowda – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Converter-Induced Fault-Mode Operation and Mitigation in PM Synchronous Machine Traction Drives
Gilsu Choi – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Low Torque Ripple Surface Permanent Magnet Machines
Zhentao S. Du – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Effects of Magnet Temperature on the Useful Properties of Variable Flux PM Machines
Brent S. Gagas – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Stored Energy Modulation Next Frontier in High Density Power Converters
Mahima Gupta – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Wireless Power Transfer Through Off-the-Shelf Bearings
Skyler Hagen – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Elimination of Common Mode Voltage in Modern Motor Drives using Wide Bandgap Devices
Di Han – University of Wisconsin-Madison

A Novel Axial Flux FSPM Machine
Ju Hyung Kim – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Mechanical Design Considerations for Wound Field Synchronous Machines in Traction Applications
Ryan Knippel – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Synchronous Motor with Increased Saliency for Efficiency Improvement
Wenbo Liu – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Using Volt-sec. Sensing to Improve Motor Drive Performance
Yukai Wang – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Current Source Drives for PM Synchronous Machines
Yichao Zhang – University of Wisconsin-Madison