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Advances in Power Electronics Technologies for Renewable Energy Systems

About the Seminar Series

Looking to expand your network and connect with fellow researchers in the energy field at the University of Warwick? Join Marina Antoniou, Associate Professor in the School of Engineering and co-lead of the Energy GRP, for a seminar series during the upcoming Summer Term.

This series, sponsored by the Energy GRP and in collaboration with the School of Engineering, offers a valuable opportunity to hear from expert speakers on a variety of energy-related topics and to connect with other professionals in the field. Additionally, we invite researchers from across the university to submit their ideas and proposals for upcoming seminars, providing a platform to share research and collaborate with peers.

To register for any of these talks, please complete the form below.

Upcoming Talks

How Silicon Carbide is Powering the Electric Vehicle Revolution

Date: Tbc

Professor Peter Gammon

Moderated by Dr Marina Antoniou

Presenter Biography

With silicon carbide (SiC) power devices now moving into the mainstream, Peter's research is focused on the next generation of SiC devices, in particular the development of ultra-high voltage devices, for use in a number of 21st Century applications, including traction, renewable energy and the electricity distribution network (the grid). He is the PI of the Switch Optimisation Theme (EP/R00448X/1), a project that is part of the EPSRC Centre for Power Electronics (CPE), that is leading the field in producing ultra-high-voltage (10 kV+) SiC IGBT devices, particularly for future grid and HVDC applications.

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