Power Electronics, Machines and Control Group
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The Power Electronics, Machines and Control Research group is one of the largest groups in its field worldwide. It is globally recognised as a leader in its field covering research in a variety of areas such as:
  • Power electronic energy conversion, conditioning and control
  • Power electronics integration, packaging, reliability and thermal management
  • Motor drives and motor control
  • Electrical machines
Professor Jon Clare head of the Power Electronics, Machines and Control research group

Power Electronics, Machines and Control

Research in the group ranges from basic technology investigation to fully engineered advanced concept demonstrators, carried out in world class experimental facilities that allow realistic practical validation of novel components and systems.
 
 

Research

Power Electronic Systems-Super bike208

Power Electronic Systems

 
EMT

Electrical Machine Technologies

 
 
Power Electronic Integration, a VESI converter

Power Electronic Integration

 
Electrical-drives

Drives and Control

 
 
 

Related research

 
 
 
Our capabilities
 
PhD Students
 
 

Power Electronics, Machines and Control Group

Faculty of Engineering
The University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD


telephone: +44 (0) 115 951 5356
email: pemc@nottingham.ac.uk