Smart Power & energy Conversion (SPeC)

Recent News & Announcement

  [2305] 이방욱 교수님이 과제책임자로 진행하는 DC그리드 인력양성사업에 최종 선정되었습니다. 향후 6년간 정부출연금 총 60억원의 지원을 받게 되었습니다. 

  [2307] 우리 연구실 정민수 학부학생, 장진혁 석사과정 학생이 머신러닝 주제로 TPEL 저널지에 논문을 게재하였습니다.

Power Electronics (Power Conversion Systems)

  Power electronics are widely necessary for various power applications. The prime goals in this lab are to develop high power density and high efficiency power conversion systems. This lab is trying to develop various power conversion circuits, i.e., 1) Grid-connected converters, 2) Solid-state transformers, 3) DC-DC resonant converters and etc.

Wireless Power Transfer Systems 

  Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) are emerging technologies to inherently remove the power cable and to provide wire-free environment with high degree of charging freedom. There are plenty of applications that the WPT is required: 1) IoT & sensor, 2) Mobile devices, 3) Home appliances, 4) Electric Vehicles and etc. Not only one-to-one short-distance WPT, but also multiple charging long-distance WPT are now being researched in this lab.

Machine Learning applied to Power Systems

  Machine learning is now widely applied to various applications. This lab is trying to combine the machine learning algorithm with power electronics, e.g., finite-element-methods (FEM) simulation to find optimal designed parameters by Q-learning algorithm. This attempt is so worthy to change the research paradigm for power electronics.