With the advance of automation and increasing demands on energy efficiency, many industrial applications use closed-loop controlled drives based on power electronics. Power electronics also play a key role in feeding renewable energies from photovoltaic and wind power into the grid as well as coupling different voltage systems, e.g. battery energy storage systems. This also applies to electromobility, both on the vehicle side with the drive converter and various power-electronic converters in the car, as well as on the grid side with the charging infrastructure, e.g. for DC fast charging.
The training is aimed at scientists, engineers and technicians who have no background in electrical engineering and especially in power electronics, and who want to acquire general knowledge of the basic behaviour and characteristics of power electronics. On the other hand, the training is also intended for users of power electronics who work more on a system level. Here the knowledge of the basics of power electronics helps to make the right decisions and measures.
Hans-Peter Feustel, ECPE e.V. (DE)
Prof. Wulf-Toke Franke,
University of Southern Denmark (DK)
29 - 30 September 2020 via Online Conference Tool Webex