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power electronics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 62 power electronics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Time Domain Shielding for on-board Power Electronics

  Research Group: Communication Technologies
Electromagnetic shielding is essential in nearly all electronic systems to prevent electromagnetic interference affecting the operation of sensors and wireless communications. Read more

PHD ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

The Electrical and Electronic Engineering PhD degree programme develops your understanding of the research process and your ability to analyse and contribute to a particular research area. Read more

Monolithic integrated GaN power devices with Integrated Gate Drivers

This project is dedicated to the study of the power integration technology based on GaN devices to realize the monolithic integration of main power high-voltage devices and low-voltage gate drive devices, current detection, overcurrent and overtemperature protection devices, etc., and to study the parasitic inductance distribution and influence of the drive loop. Read more

Coordinated Control and Operation of Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) in Converter Dominated Power Systems

The University of Strathclyde is pleased to be able to offer an exciting collaborative project with a multinational Fortune 500 company on the development and experimental evaluation of coordinated controls that contribute to robust and resilient operation of converter dominated power systems. Read more

High Power Density Converter Topologies for Pulsed Power Applications

This exciting project will contribute to a major Ministry of Defence (MOD) research programme intended to develop generation-after-next technologies for applications in defence and security, and will be co-funded by Ultra Maritime. Read more

Development of High-Power-Density Power Module Based on GaN Monolithic Integration

With the increase of device switching frequency and power density, GaN devices are susceptible to parasitic parameters such as di/dt, dv/dt, and oscillation due to their low threshold voltage, resulting in device performance degradation and even circuit functional failures. Read more

Development of a multi-port zero carbon building energy router based on GaN power integration

The main objective of this project is to develop a multi-port zero carbon building energy router device (GaN-MER) based on GaN power integration, achieving a reasonable layout and power integration of high-voltage main power devices and peripheral low-voltage drive protection circuits. Read more

High-power density electrical propulsion drives in airborne applications

The UK government had set ambitious targets to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. Airborne electrification can significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants associated with traditional aircraft engines, especially if renewable energy sources power the electricity generation [1]-[2]. Read more

High-voltage and low leakage current AlGaN/GaN Fin-HEMTs

This project mainly develops enhanced GaN power devices with high voltage and low leakage current, tests the static and dynamic characteristics at high temperature and high frequency, and studies the forward and reverse conduction voltage drop and influencing factors. Read more

PhD in the area of Wide and Ultrawide Bandgap Semiconductor Devices (Innovation and Knowledge Centre, REWIRE)

The Innovation and Knowledge Centre IKC REWIRE, a £11M flagship UKRI research centre, led by the University of Bristol, aims to transform high-voltage semiconductor power electronics, and is pleased to offer a PhD studentship, fully funded by one of REWIRE’s industrial partners. Read more

Sideband Suppression on High Power Microwave Antenna

The project will contribute to a major Ministry of Defence (MoD) research programme intended to develop generation after next technologies for applications in defence and security, and this project will be co-funded by Teledyne e2v. Read more

Convective heat-transfer in turbulent boundary layers

Supervisory Team.   Bharathram Ganapathisubramani and Sean Symon. Project description. The electrification of aircraft as an enabler for achieving our Net-Zero ambitions has been increasingly studied in recent years. Read more

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