19th International Symposium POWER ELECTRONICS Ee2017


October 19th - 21th, 2017



  Power Electronics Society, Novi Sad

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Invited Plenary Paper Session



 Prof. Ion Boldea



IEEE Life Fellow

Electrical Engineering

University Politechnica of Timisoara,




Ion Boldea: short bio.


• MS(1967),Ph D(1973) in Electrical Engineering; IEEE member(1977),Fellow(1996) Life Fellow(2007)

• Visiting scholar in USA(15 visits,5 years in all, over 37 years), UK, Denmark, S. Korea

• Over 40 years of work and extensive publications(most in IEEE trans. and Conferences and with
  IET(former IEE) London, in Linear and rotary electric motor/generators modeling, design, their

  power electronics robust control and MAGLEVs; 20 national and 5 international patents

• 18 books in the field ,published in USA and UK

• Technical Consulting for important companies in USA, Europe, S. Korea and Brazil for 30 years

• Repeated Intensive Courses for graduate students and industry in USA, Europe, S. Korea and Brazil

• Four IEEE paper Prize Awards

• Cofounding Associate(now consulting) Editor from 1977 for EPCS Journal

• Founding (2000) and current Chief Editor of the internet-only International E.E. Journal: www.jee.ro

• General Chair in 10 biannual consecutive events of the International Conference OPTIM
  (now IEEE- tech- sponsored,ISI and on IEEExplore)

• Member of European Academy of Arts and Sciences located in Salzburg, Austria

• Member of Romanian Academy of Technical Sciences(since 1997)

• Correspondent Member of Romania Academy(2011)

• IEEE-IAS Distinguished Lecturer 2008-2009 with continued presence ever since

• IEEE “Nikola Tesla” Award 2015


Prof. Frede Blaabjerg




Department of Energy Technology

Aalborg University,





Frede Blaabjerg’s innovations in applying power electronics for the control and conversion of electric power have increased energy efficiency and provided more reliable connection of renewable energy sources to the power grid. His power converters for wind turbine systems have helped overcome scaling challenges. He also developed module and string inverters for solar photovoltaics that have found industry use.

Prof. Blaabjerg’s grid-interfacing techniques include synchronization, smart monitoring, and design and control of filters for improving the quality of power being fed to the grid. His innovations involving adjustable speed drives include techniques for reducing noise in heating and cooling systems and lowering the cost of industrial drives by reducing the sensors needed while still maintaining failure protection.

An IEEE Fellow, Prof. Blaabjerg is a professor with the Department of Energy Technology at Aalborg University, Denmark. Blaabjerg was the recipient of the 2014 IEEE William E. Newell Power Electronics Award.


Prof. Pavol Bauer


Prof. Pavol Bauer

DC Systems, Energy Conversion and Storage (DCE&S) Group

Delft University of Technology

2628CD Delft,

The Netherlands


Pavol Bauer Pavol Bauer is currently a full Professor with the Department of Electrical Sustainable Energy of Delft University of Technology and head of DC Systems, Energy Conversion and Storage group. He published over 72 journal and almost 300 conference papers in his field. He is an author or co-author of 8 books, holds 4 international patents and has organized several tutorials at the international conferences. He has worked on many projects for industry concerning wind and wave energy, power electronic applications for power systems such as Smarttrafo, HVDC systems, projects for smart cities such as PV charging of electric vehicles, PV and storage integration, contactless charging; and he participated in several Leonardo da Vinci and H2020 EU projects as project partner (ELINA, INETELE, E-Pragmatic) and coordinator (PEMCWebLab.com-Edipe, SustEner, Eranet DCMicro). He is a Senior Member of the IEEE, former chairman of Benelux IEEE Joint Industry Applications Society, Power Electronics and Power Engineering Society chapter, chairman of the Power Electronics and Motion Control (PEMC) council, member of the Executive Committee of European Power Electronics Association (EPE) and also a member of international steering committee at numerous conferences.