This forum will present the IES Women in Engineering (WiE) and how they can support career goals through shared experiences. Six speakers will discuss the career path plan in academia and industry and how to prepare for the uncertain future with the impact of AI.
Learn about the past ten years’ highlights of the Student and Young Professional Committee - through a word from the former S&YP Chair (2012-2022), Marek Jasinski, and the latest statistics by Hani Vahedi.
Did you know your IES membership includes a free individual subscription to IEEE DataPort, IEEE's sustainable data solution? Using IEEE Dataport, you can advance your research with access to over 3,100 datasets and also upload your own datasets up to 2 TB to gain global exposure.
The 49th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society will be held on 16-19 October 2023 in Singapore. IECON is focusing on contemporary industry topics ranging from electronics, controls, and manufacturing, to communications and computational intelligence.
The article highlights the benefits of solid-state circuit breakers and partially rated power converters capable of creating future-proof, sustainable solutions and how these devices are essential for accelerating the adoption of DC systems.
This paper presents a review on different applications of AI-based techniques in microgrids such as energy management, load, and generation forecasting, protection, power electronics control, and cybersecurity.
This plenary Speech was recorded at the 17th International Conference on Advanced Motion Control (AMC 2022) in Padova, Italy. It was presented by Professor Luca Zaccarian from the University of Trento in Italy, and LAAS-CNRS in France. (Video duration: 01:07)
by Stefano Nuzzo (University of Modena and Reggio, Italy)
Hairpin windings offer several benefits compared to random windings. However, they feature increased losses in cores and windings. New winding concepts are thus required to mitigate these challenges. The webinar will review hairpin technologies, discussing opportunities, challenges, and solutions for hairpin windings in electrical machines for transportation.
ITeN editorial board, Ya-Jun Pan, Terry Martin, Thilo Sauter, Chandan Chakraborty, Marek Jasinski, Hani Vahedi, Melissa Handa, Ebrahim Mohammadi, Pavel Purgat, Stefano Nuzzo.
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