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Electrical Machines & Power Electronics (EMPE) Laboratory

at Texas A&M University

 

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Welcome!

OUR GOAL is to perform research in the area of electric machinery and power electronics. It is our goal to explore new electric machines and motor drives topologies for various applications. These applications may vary from new motor drive topologies for computer hard disks to electric vehicles. This laboratory is equipped with various state of the art equipment and is growing.

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Prospective Students
Please apply to the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department through the Office of Graduate Studies or Nancy Reichart(nancy@ece.tamu.edu) who is a staff assistant.
As soon as you are admitted, you may contact Dr. Toliyat.

 

Professional Interests:

1.         Consulting in related fields and serving as an expert witness

2.         Condition monitoring and fault diagnosis of electric machinery

3.         Motors and generators, high speed, medium voltage, etc.

4.         Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicles

5.         Auxiliary power generators

6.         Sensors and Sensorless electric motor drive and spindle motors

7.         Submersible motors and downhole equipment.

8.         Magnetic gears

9.         DSP-based power electronics systems

10.      Novel electric machines for different applications

11.      Electromechanical energy storage systems

12.      Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS)

13.      Power supplies

14.      Power converters for electric machines including multilevel converters.

15.      Distributed Energy Systems; Wind Mills, Microturbine, Solar

16.      Smart Grids and their components

17.      Active power filters for power systems network

18.         Fuel cell operated electric motor drives

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