Tuesday, August 1, 2023

8:00 am Tutorial Session I

Supporting Sustainability in the Maritime Sector (Potomac Room)
John Prousalidis, National Technical University of Athens

Windings for AC Electric Machines (Washington/Jefferson)
David A. Torrey, GE Research

10:00 am Tutorial Session II

Cyber-Physical System Considerations in Mission-Critical Energy
Applications (Potomac)
Charalambos Konstantinou / Subham Sahoo, KAUST/Aalborg University

High Temperature Superconducting Technology (Washington/Jefferson)
Sastry Pamidi / Peter Cheetham, FSU

11:30 am Tutorial Session III

IEEE 45.1 Update (Potomac)
John Amy/Norbert Doerry, NSWCPD/NSWCCD

Software-Defined Power Electronics: Theory & Study Cases (Washington/Jefferson)
Matthias Preindl, Columbia University

12:30 pm Lunch (on your own)

2:00 pm Tutorial Session IV

Design and Selection of Electric Power and Propulsion (Grand Ballroom)
Peter Mccauley, NAVSEA

3:10 pm Tutorial Session V

Wide Bandgap Device Applications (Potomac)
Michael Shur, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Reflected Waves and Surge Overvoltage on Electric Machines Fed by Ultra-Fast Power Converters – Challenges and Solutions (Washington/Jefferson)
JiangBiao He / Behrooz Mirafzal, U. Kentucky / Kansas State

Travel Statement

The organizing committee of ESTS 2023 is committed to having a safe, in-person conference. However, in the event of last-minute travel restrictions or emergencies ahead of the scheduled meeting, alternative methods to present accepted technical papers may be made on a case-by-case basis.




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