EPSRC Centre for Power Electronics
University of Nottingham
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Location
Austin Court
Date(s)
Tuesday 12th (09:30) - Wednesday 13th November 2019 (14:00)
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Centre for Power Electronics

University of Nottingham

0115 748 6674

Email: correspondence@powerelectronics.ac.uk

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 APC Power Electronics and Electrical Machines Spokes Symposium 2019

Dates: 12 and 13 November 2019

Location: IET Austin Court, 80 Cambridge Street,  Birmingham, B1 2NP

About this event

Power Electronics Machines and Drives technologies underpin the electrification of our energy and transport systems but to make them more effective it is essential to realise improvements in power density, costs of manufacturing, reliability and techniques for integration. The event will explore the arising technological challenges and potential solutions in four key topic areas:

  • Thermal management
  • Integrated Drives
  • Modelling of Drives
  • Manufacturing challenges.


The event will be of interest to engineers and scientists from industry and academia who are exploring new technological solutions in the fields of Power Electronics Machines and Drives.  Keynote speakers will include Matt Boyle OBE, Interim Challenge Director of the Industrial Strategy Wave 3 Challenge “Driving the Electric Revolution”. You will also hear MDL, HiETA, Aavid Thermacore, Advanced Electric Machines and leading academics talk about thermal management, integrated drives and manufacturing challenges. 

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Centre for Power Electronics

University of Nottingham

0115 748 6674

Email: correspondence@powerelectronics.ac.uk

EPSRC Centre for Power Electronics

Email: correspondence@powerelectronics.ac.uk