Teaching Electric Energy Courses to Rejuvenate Electric Power Curriculum

Power Systems

Morning Session - Full

Power Electronics Track

Electric Drives Track

Power Systems Track

Disseminate electric-power related courses and uploaded to CUSP to university faculty for the workforce development nationwide.

About this Event

Workshop Objectives:

  • Disseminate electric-power related courses, developed through ONR-funding, and uploaded to CUSP to university faculty for the workforce development nationwide.
  • Describe newly developed extremely low-cost and digitally controlled ONLINE power electronics, electric drives, and power system laboratories, developed through ONR funding.

All times are in CDT.

9:00 am – 11:00 am Welcome Session and the Importance of EE and STEM - Prof. Ned Mohan (Slides)

  • Prof. Randy Victora, Head of ECE Department, University of Minnesota
  • Dr. Anil Pahwa – Program Director, National Science Foundation (NSF) (Slides)
  • CAPT Lynn J. Petersen USN (Ret) – Program Officer, Office of Naval Research (ONR) (Slides)
  • Dr. Al Romig – Executive Officer of National Academy of Engineering (Slides)
  • Prof. Edvina Uzunovic – IEEE PES Vice President - Educational Activities (Slides)

11:00 am - 11:30 am Outline of undergraduate and graduate courses developed by ONR funds at the University of Minnesota and uploaded to CUSP (cusp.umn.edu) – Ned Mohan (Slides)

11:30 am - 12:30 pm Description of the laboratory experiments developed by ONR funds at the University of Minnesota using digital control ONLINE for power electronics, electric drives, and power systems labs and their research potential. These laboratories will have remote accessibility. (Slides)

12:30 pm – 1:30 pm Lunch break

1:30 pm - 2:00 pm Offering of the CUSP graduate courses online for an MS Degree through the Texas Tech University – Prof. Michael Giesselmann, Head of ECE at Texas Tech (Slides)

2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Description of Courses Developed through ONR-Funding and uploaded to CUSP (cusp.umn.edu)

Time and courses for each time slot for Power Electronics, Electric Machines & Drives and Power System.

2:00-3:00

  • First Course in Power Electronics – Ned Mohan (Slides)
  • Vector Control of AC Machines and Drives – Siddharth Raju (Slides)
  • Power Gen, Op & Control – Bruce Wollenberg (Slides)

3:00-4:00

  • Digital Control of Power Electronics – Nathan Weise
  • Design of Electric Machines – Jim Hendershot (Slides)
  • First Course in Power Systems – Ned Mohan (Slides)

4:00-5:00

  • Wide Bandgap Devices – Anant Agrawal (Slides)
  • Design of Electrical Apparatus using FEA – Jonathan Bird (Slides)
  • Protection & Relaying – Pratap Mysore (Slides)

Power Electronics

Organized By Professor Ned Mohan, Electrical And Computer Engineering At University of Minnesota

Organizer of Teaching Electric Energy Courses to Rejuvenate Electric Power Curriculum

Ned (Narendra) Mohan

Regents Professor || National Academy of Engineering || Fellow: IEEE

Electrical & Computer Engineering || University of Minnesota

Email: [email protected] || website: http://nedmohan.umn.edu  

Electric Machines & Drives

Renewable Energy