In this presentation, a novel current control technique is proposed to control both active and reactive power flow from a renewable energy source feeding a micro-grid system through a single-phase parallel connected inverter. The parallel connected inverter ensures active and reactive power flow from the grid with low current THD even in the presence of non-linear load.
HILRES’22 - technically sponsored by ESoC Technical Committee of IEEE Industrial Electronics Society - is a three-day design from scratch experience for students and professionals, for bare-metal SoPC based Hardware in the Loop platforms.
Early Career Talks aim to expose the participants to novel areas and aspect of engineering in solving real world problems as well as to establish a link for networking, mentorship and to create a connection for research opportunities.
The UK & Ireland Section has been awarded an IEEE Milestone plaque to celebrate a major development in superconducting magnet technology. The dedication ceremony will be held at the Siemens Magnet Technology factory at Enysham, near Oxford.
PEMD is a world-leading forum for industry and academia to meet, publish results of research and technical advances, and share knowledge in the power electronics, machines and drives community.
IEEE Milestone Award Event | Celebrating Two Major Landmarks in Computer History The IEEE History Committee has approved two IEEE Milestone Awards for major developments in computer history which took place in Manchester. Bronze plaques marking these awards will be unveiled in Manchester on the afternoon of 21st June 2022, the 74th anniversary of the first [...]
This presentation will give an introduction to Smart Grid from a European perspective and show the challenges and possibilities. Examples will be given on Smart Grid Demonstration projects and from the presenter's own research work.
IEEE Nanotechnology Seminar (Hybrid) | Electron Transport in Discontinuous Metal Thin Films by Emeritus Prof James E Morris The presentation will review the conventional model  but will then move on to a review of the experimental discrepancies that cannot be explained by that model . These discrepancies can all be resolved by [...]
IEEE Future Networks presents two IEEE Distinguished Lectures; Recent Advances in Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access in 6G Wireless Networks by Prof Zhiguo Ding, University of Manchester & Rate-Splitting Multiple Access for 6G by Prof Bruno Clerckx, Imperial College London.
This talk will review the main biometric traits and the techniques supporting biometric identification and behaviour analysis. Professor Vincenzo Piuri, IEEE Region 8 Director, will discuss Biometric Systems Design in more detail in follow up events on July 13th and July 18th. This is a public lecture, all IEEE members and those who are interested in learning about biometric technologies and applications are welcome to attend this event.