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Student Seminars

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The SLC organizes a seminar for students to share their research. Students from partner universities join the seminars via webcast or watch a video recorder version. At each seminar, two graduate students present their research. The seminars offer students the opportunity to share their research with other students and provide a platform to enhance their presentation skills.

The following list includes the student presenters and their research topic: 

ID & Date

Time

Location

Topic

Speaker

SLC 1

1/13/2017 

 12:20-

1:10pm

 MHK 525

Online Condition Monitoring of Silicon Carbide Devices Using Intelligent Gate Drive for Converter Performance Improvement

 

 Jacob Dyer

 

 

 Ling Jiang

SLC 2

1/20/2017

12:20-

1:10pm

 MHK 525 Writing an Effective IEEE Paper  Dr. Leon Tolbert

IND 1

1/27/2017

12:20-

1:10pm

 MHK 124 Small Modular Reactors (SMRs) and Their Role in Future Power Generation  Brent Shumaker

SLC 3

2/3/2017

12:20-

1:10pm

 MHK 525

On multi-timescale simulation and efficient risk assessment of cascading outages

Flywheel Energy Storage Model, Control and Location for Improving Stability: The Chilean Case

 Dr. Rui Yao

 

 

 Horacio Silva-Saravia

SLC 4

2/10/2017

12:20-

1:10pm

 MHK 525 Startup - Building and Growing a Technology Company Focused on Value Delivery and Equity in Relationships  Ken Lowery

SLC 5

2/17/2017

12:20-

1:10pm

 MHK 525 

Control and Limit Enforcements for VSC Multi-Terminal HVDC in Newton Power Flow

Hybrid Controller for Wind Turbine Generators to Ensure Adequate System Frequency Response

 Hantao Cui

 

 

 Yichen Zhang

IND 2

2/24/2017

12:20-

1:10pm

 MHK 124 Status and Value Proposition of Energy Storage Technologies  Dale Bradshaw

SLC 6

3/3/2017

12:20-

1:10pm

 MHK 525

Modeling PMU Estimation Error

Analysis of the dv/dt Transient of Enhancement-Mode GaN FETs

 Jiecheng (Jeff) Zhao

 Edward Jones

Volunteer to Present

We are always looking for presenters, preferable two graduate students, one professional development speaker, and one industry speaker per month.  Past presentations may be resused but please keep in mind that the audience will have a mix of minimal to expert awareness on techical topics.

The audience is typically about 20% undergraduates, 25% power electronics graduate students, 45% power systems graduate students and 10% computer science.

Seminars are every Friday from 12:20pm - 1:10pm.  Other date and time ranges can be cordinated.  Graduate student presentations are typically 20 minutes long with a few minutes of questions.  Industry and faculty seminars are typically 35-40 minutes long with the remainder of the time devoted to questions. 

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