Power Electronics, Drives and Control Laboratory

Programs and Courses

  • Undergraduation in Electrical Engineering
  • Graduate Program in Electrical Engineering
  • Graduate Program in Telecommunication Engineering

 

Lines of Research

  • Power Electronics
  • Control
  • Magnetic Levitation

 

Foreign languages used

  • English
  • Spanish

 

Activities developed

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.
Skills

Posted on

25/07/2019