Programs and Courses
- Undergraduation in Electrical Engineering
- Graduate Program in Electrical Engineering
- Graduate Program in Telecommunication Engineering
Lines of Research
- Power Electronics
- Magnetic Levitation
Foreign languages used
Development of undergraduate reports, master dissertations and doctoral thesis related to applications of power electronics, drives and control. Many of the works have been developed with electro-mechanical systems. Current activities include computer simulations and experiments. The last works are related to the following subjects: single phase static compensation, axial flow reluctance motor, wheelchair motorization, resonant battery charger, modeling and control of brushless DC motors (BLDC), modeling and control of DC-DC converters with unit power factor, electromagnetic bearings and new structures for electromagnetic bearings.
Study background required
- Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Control Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, Computation Engineering.
- Basic electrical and electronic circuits, basic programming, use of simulators.