Major (Course): Electrical Power and Control Engineering
Program: MSc in Power Electronics and Electrical Machines
Power electronics and electrical machines are the key enabling technology in essentially all electronic systems and is increasingly important in the grid interface of renewable energy sources and in efficient electrical loads. The necessity for power electronics technology in these rapidly expanding areas creates an increasing need for design engineers equipped with knowledge and skills to actively participate in multidisciplinary teams. The power electronics field has evolved rapidly with the advances in technology and introduction of many new application areas. This professional MS program seeks to address the ongoing demand for skilled power electronics design engineers. Switching power supplies, dc-dc converters, inverters, power factor correction converters and LED lighting drivers are examples of power electronics circuits that employ high-frequency switching circuits to convert and condition electrical power. Power electronics is an integral part of most electronic systems, yet most engineers have little of the background required to understand and design these circuits, including their control systems and their magnetics. The professional MS program provides a knowledge of fundamentals of the power electronics field, including the curriculum of the Certificate in Power Electronics. The program enables a working electrical engineer to gain the foundation needed for the practice of power electronics.
Power Electronics I, Power Electronics II, Control of Electrical Drives, Modern Electrical Machines, Power Electronic Converters Design, Renewable Energies, Comprehensive theory of Electrical Machines, Reactive Power Control, Principles of Modern Control, Nonlinear Control, Industrial Automation, Advanced Instrumentation, System Identification, Robust Control, Fuzzy Control, Neural Control, Seminar, Dissertation
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