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EECS 418: Power Electronics
Instructor: Heath Hofmann
Power electronics is the study of the use of electronics in energy conversion, with power levels from the microwatt level to thousands of megawatts. The goal of this course is to cover the following topics, so that the person finishing this course would have the knowledge base necessary to design working power electronic systems:
The labs will provide the students with hands-on experience with power electronic circuit topologies (including AC-DC, DC-DC, and isolated DC-DC), components, and control algorithms.
Lab 1 - Introduction and Safety Practices