EPSRC Centre for Power Electronics
University of Nottingham
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Case studies

Find out more about the work of the Centre by reading our case studies.

Business Champion

The Centre for Power Electronics Business Champion, Geoff Haynes, has helped research groups at leading UK universities to work with a major semiconductor company, RAM Innovations.

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Planar Power Module

10 kV Planar Power Module shows the way forward for high-speed, high-voltage SiC device packaging.

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Thinking Pod Innovations

The Centre for Power Electronics Business Champion, Geoff Haynes is working with a group of researchers at University of Nottingham who have developed a method to build fast converters based on a ‘block design’.

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Wireless Drone

In 2016, a team from Imperial College London won the first Future Power Challenge Award for their pioneering work in wireless charging, using resonant technology at 13.56 MHz.

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EPSRC Centre for Power Electronics

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