Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering

Our Laboratories

  • Laboratories of Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering

Circuit and Measurement Laboratory

 Machine and Renewable Energy Laboratory

 Digital Electronics and Microprocessor Laboratory

 Microwaves and Communication Laboratory

 Electronics Laboratory

 High Voltage Laboratory

 Simulation Laboratory

VLSI and Digital Signal Processing Laboratory

 Power Electronics Laboratory

 What is Power Electronics?
Power Electronics is a technology to convert one or more properties of electric power, such as voltage, current, frequency, phase angle, number of phases, and waveforms, by using power semiconductor devices and/or circuits. It seems to be a unified research area of power engineering (electric machines, electric power system), electronics engineering (semiconductor device, circuit), and control engineering fields.

Currently, Power Electronics is widely applied to electric power systems such as electric power generation and/or transmission systems, industry systems such as electric motors, fans, pumps, blowers, power supplies for information and communication systems, factory automation, transportation systems such as electric trains, pure and hybrid electric vehicles, home appliances, and so on.
 Research and Demonstration Facilities

      • High voltage / large capacity DC / DC converter (High-voltage large-capacity dc / dc converters)
      • DC / AC inverter for mega solar (DC / AC inverters for large-capacity PV systems)
      • Next-generation hybrid DC circuit breakers
      • Bi-directional Choppers for Battery Power Storage Systems (Battery energy storage systems)
      • Next-generation motor drive systems
      • Modular multilevel cascade converters
      • High-efficient high-performance power converters using SiC-MOSFETs (SiC-MOSFETs)
      • Hybrid filter (HYBRID FILTER)
      • Instantaneous low-pressure compensator (Dynamic Voltage Restorer (DVR))
      • Reactive power compensator (STATCOM)
      • Next Generation High Voltage Power Conversion System (NEXT-GENERATION HIGH VOLTAGE POWER CONVERSION SYST)
      • Next-generation BTB (NEXT-GENERATION BTB)
      • Diode clamp linear amplifier circuit (DCLA)
      • Passive EMI filter (PASSIVE EMI FILTER)
      • Resonant drive (RESONANT DRIVE)
      • A power storage device (BATTERY ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEM)
      • High-efficiency DC-DC converter (DC-DC CONVERTER)
      • High-voltage motor drive using modular multi-level PWM inverter (A Medium-Voltage Motor Drive with a Modular Multil)
      • Compact and highly efficient DC - DC converter using capacitor (A Small and Highly Efficient DC - DC Converter Using)

       Power System and Smart-Grid Laboratory
        The laboratory is a system oriented laboratory providing state-of-the-art infrastructure for R&D, demonstration, verification, and testing over a wide range of Smart grid use cases. The laboratory will enable us to test the Smart Grids of tomorrow.

       Research and Demonstration Facilities

              • Transmission systems (AC/DC)
              • Distribution systems
              • Generation (Large scale, DG, wind farms, PV, hydro..)
              • Network customers/loads
              • AC/DC converters: Voltage Source Converters (VSC) and Multi-Level Converters (MMC)
              • Rotating machinery: Induction generators/motors(IG), Synchronous generators/motors (SG), Permanent magnet generators/motors (PM)
              • Grid emulator (200 kVA amplifier , DC to 5 kHz)
              • Real-Time Digital Simulators, Hardware-In-the-Loop (HIL) testing equipment and Rapid Control Prototyping(RCP) systems (OPAL-RT)
              • Smart meters
              • Smart homes- Smart buildings
              • Smart appliances
              • Energy storage
              • EV charging infrastructure
              • Protection equipment
              • Monitoring and measurement equipment
              • Wide area monitoring – Phasor Measurement Units (PMUs)
              • Power system stability in Smart Grids
              • Monitoring, control and automation in Smart Grids
              • Communication technologies for Smart Grids
              • Information security and privacy in Smart Grids 

             Control Systems Laboratory