Special Session on Advances in Design and Control of Power Converters, Motor Drives and Energy Systems
Power electronics play an indispensable role in modern life. This technology has been found in lots of applications, from such large scale of renewable energy systems to electrical vehicles (EVs), even small equipment such as light dimmers, laptop adapters, and cellphones, etc. The recent development of high efficiency and high power-density converters in motor drives and energy systems has been attractive due to the emergence of new technologies such as wide-bandgap power electronics devices (SiC/GaN). Furthermore, advanced topologies of power converters, battery chargers and motor drives can help to significantly increase the overall efficiency of EVs or energy systems.
On the other hand, model-based control methods for converters provide an efficient mean to overcome design challenges, i.e. decreasing development time and tackling design complexity; intelligent algorithms are also suitable to control the converters and motor systems. Therefore, the goal of this special session is to discuss and share advanced techniques and studies, consisting of analysis, simulation and experiments, to resolve design and control problems of power converters, motor drives, and energy systems.
Topics of interests include (but are not limited to) the following:
Special Session Co-chairs:
All accepted papers will be published in the ICCE 2022 Conference Proceedings. Fully accepted papers will be forwarded to be published on IEEE Xplore®.