We want to remain the academic frontrunner in sustainable energy conversion systems in the Netherlands
Electromechanical technologies and devices of all sizes are part of all areas of society. These devices need to meet increasingly stringent demands for precision, efficiency and sustainability. The Electromechanics and Power Electronics group researches the energy conversion theory, methods and technology needed to build electromechanical devices that live up to that challenge.
To do this, we closely collaborate with national and international industrial and academical partners. Together, we create prototypes at high technology readiness level (TRL) and work on many projects co-funded by industry. We work on widely disseminating our results, so partners in our extensive national, European and world-wide network can apply them in their designs.
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All scientific as well as non-scientific vacancies are centrally cataloged by the electrical engineering department and can be found here. The cataloged vacancies include PhD and technological designer programs.
Our most recent peer reviewed publications
Compensating baseband distortion of regularly sampled pulse-width modulators for high-precision power convertersIEEE Transactions on Power Electronics (2019)
Hybrid dynamical model for reluctance actuators including saturation, hysteresis and eddy currentsIEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics (2019)
Adaptive isogeometric analysis applied to an electromagnetic actuatorIEEE Transactions on Magnetics (2019)
Flying capacitor resonant pole inverter with direct inductor current feedbackIEEJ Transactions on Industry Applications (2019)
Spectral element method modeling of eddy current losses in high-frequency transformersMathematical and Computational Applications (2019)
The research in the EPE group has strongly grown in the past years because of the industrial demands for innovative and energy-saving conversion systems. The research has been greatly supported by the national and international programs, such as IOP-EMVT, Point-One, FP7 and by direct industrial grants.Read more