The IEEE Industrial Electronics Society is pleased to announce that the third volume of the IEEE Open Journal of the Industrial Electronics Society is now published! Click “Read More” to discover the 51 high-quality papers and submit your future work to the OJIES!
The aim of the special section is to provide a timely opportunity for researchers and engineers to share their latest findings on the advancements of autonomous and intelligent system designs for integrated renewable energy systems.
Recognizing the momentous technical and societal trends occurring in transportation electrification, the IEEE recently approved the formation of a Technical Council focused on the subject, to be called the Transportation Electrification Council (TEC) starting 1 January 2024.
The 3rd IEEE International Conference on Industrial Electronics for Sustainable Energy Systems will be held 26-28 July 2023 in Shanghai, China. IESES 2023 provides an open and multidisciplinary platform to exchange innovative solutions in sustainable energy systems.
The IEEE International Conference in Energy Technologies for Future Grids will take place in Wollongong, Australia 3-6 December 2023. IEEE ETFG 2023 will provide a forum for researchers, policy makers and industry professionals to share their knowledge in the latest technologies available in modernizing grid infrastructures.
In this awarded paper, an improved fault-tolerant direct torque control (DTC) technique is proposed for the five-phase induction motor drive based on virtual vector (VV)s assessment under the open-phase fault condition. The impact of VVs on the change in torque as well as flux response at different speeds and loading conditions is investigated.
This awarded article combines computer vision and deep reinforcement learning (DRL) to improve the fuel economy of hybrid electric vehicles. The proposed method is capable of autonomously learning the optimal control policy from visual inputs.
Tuesday 28 March 2023 at 9:00 AM EST (3:00 PM CET)
by Matthias Preindl (Columbia University, USA)
Software-defined power electronics leverage a hierarchical real-time control framework to form modular, reconfigurable, and partially redundant power converters. This talk focuses on the implementation of the physical layer with optimized Lego-like power electronic converters called autoconverter modules (ACM) and discusses the interconnection and application layers on two example implementations: an EV traction inverter and EV charging equipment.
Thursday 30 March 2023 at 2:00PM BST (3:00 PM CET, 9:00 AM EST)
by Duc Truong Pham (University of Birmingham, United Kingdom)
The Bees Algorithm is a swarm-based optimization metaheuristic inspired by the foraging behavior of bees. The algorithm is simple to apply and has attracted users from virtually all fields of engineering and science. This presentation will introduce the algorithm and its main variants and some of their electrical engineering applications.
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