Symposium on Advanced Control Techniques in Power Electronics and Drives
August 1-2, 2022
Technical University of Munich
After a long and fruitful career as a University professor, Ralph
Kennel has reached retirement age. Prof. Kennel has dedicated
his professional work to the development of control techniques
for electric motors and power electronics, with numerous
publications covering sensorless control and predictive control
among other areas. Additionally, Professor Kennel has graduated
a number of professionals who are currently pursuing successful
careers in industry and academia around the world. To honor his
fruitful professional work, several of his collaborators have
decided to hold this two-day symposium.
9:00 Welcome & Registration
9:30 Prof. Annette Mütze: From Backstate to Center Stage: Auxiliary Automotive Drives.
10:00 Prof. Ralph Kennel: Motion under Control – Intelligence in Life.
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Prof. Pacas: Ralph Kennel, his scientific merits and his contribution to the research landscape.
11:30 Prof. Christoph Hackl: Artificial Neural Network Based Optimal Feedforward Torque Control of Synchronous Machines.
13:30 Prof. Manfred Schrödl: 30 years of sensorless controlled electric machines – from theory to industry.
14:00 Eng. Viktor Willich: Self-Sensing Control of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machines using Current Oversampling and a Quasi-Direct Rotor Position Estimation Method.
14:30 Eng. Eyke Liegmann: Open-Source Control Platform for Predictive Control.
15:00 Coffee break
15:30 Prof. Rik de Doncker: Predictive Control and Self-learning Techniques to extend Lifetime of Electric Propulsion Systems.
16:00 Prof. Hubert Zitt (banquet speech): Could Star Trek’s engineering visions become reality?
16:30 Dr. Martin Schulz: Megawatt-Chargers in Electric Commercial Vehicle Infrastructure.
09:00 Prof. Tobias Geyer: How model predictive control is revolutionizing the high power electronics industry.
09:30 Dr. Florian Bauer: Kitekraft’s Successes Towards Fully Autonomous Control of a Flying Wind Turbine.
10:00 Dr. Mohamed Abdelrahem: Finite position set observers for sensorless control of permanent-magnet synchronous generators.
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Prof. Zhenbin Zhang: Cooperative Predictive Control of Hybrid Microgrids.
11:30 Prof. Michael Patt: Efficiency Maximisation with Active Phase Shifting Technique for Inductive Power Transfer Systems.
13:30 Prof. Marcelo Heldwein: Non Linear Models for the Steady-State Analysis and Efficient Simulation of Modular Multilevel Converters.
14:00 Prof. Jose Rodriguez: What do we need to get Predictive Control accepted by Industry?
14:30 Dr. Julien Cordier: Modelling space harmonics in induction machines for real-time applications.
15:00 Coffee break
15:30 Prof. Cristian Garcia: Implementation of modern control techniques on affordable commercial microcontrollers.
16:00 Prof. Petros Karamanakos: Guidelines for the design of FCS-MPC-based controllers.
16:30 Prof. Fengxiang Wang: Model-Free Predictive Control for Electrical Drives.
17:00 End of Symposium
Potential authors are encouraged to submit a one-page abstract summarizing the outline of the presentation. The considered topics of the symposiums are:
- Advanced and modern control techniques for electric drives and power electronics circuits.
- Sensorless control of AC drives.
- Power converters and multi-level inverters.
- Renewable energy systems (wind, photovoltaic, etc.).
- Robust control systems.
- Abstract Submission Deadline: 30.04.2022
- Notification of Acceptance: 31.05.2022
- Presentation Submission Deadline: 30.06.2022
Please send your abstract before 30.04.2022 to Mohamed.firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: +49 (0) 89 289-28444
Hotel Courtyard by Marriott Munich
Walther-von-Dyck Str. 12
85748 Garching bei München
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Marcelo Heldwein (TU München (TUM), Germany).
Technical Program Chairs:
Jose Rodriguez (Uni. Andres Bello, Chile).
Cristian Garcia (Uni. Of Talca, Chile).
Zhenbin Zhang (Shandong Uni., China).
Shaun Kaplan (Inpixon GmbH, Germany).
Fengxiang Wang (Chinese Acad. of Sciences, China)
Mohamed Abdelrahem (TUM), Julien Cordier (TUM),
Eyke Liegmann (TUM), Hannes Börngen (TUM),
Darshan Manoharan (TUM), Wei Tian (TUM),
Stefan Klaß (TUM), Alexander Florian (TUM),
Wolfgang Ebert (TUM), Anja Inzenhofer (TUM)
Andreas Kunz (Lenovo, Germany)