2015 EMC Seminar

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The EMC and PELS chapters of the IEEE Rock River Valley Section present

EMI Suppression Skills for Power Electronic System Design

by

Dr. Shuo Wang
Associate Professor with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Florida, Gainesville

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Members and non-members please register at the “Register” link below.

Note: This Seminar qualifies for 7.2 hours of Professonal Development Hours (PDH) in the state of Illinois.

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  • Date: 09 Jun 2015
  • Time: 07:30 AM to 06:00 PM
  • All times are US/Central
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  • 7801 East State Street
  • Rockford, Illinois
  • United States 61108
  • Building: Clock Tower Resort

  • Jamal Shafii at jamalshafii@ieee.org

    Andrew Baker at abaker@ieee.org

    Mark Harris at m.harris@ieee.org

  • Starts 02 March 2015 05:45 PM
  • Ends 09 June 2015 11:00 PM
  • All times are US/Central
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  • Menu: Vegetarian, Non-Vegetarian


  Speakers

Dr. Shuo Wang

Topic:

EMI Suppression Skills for Power Electronic System Design

The IEEE Rock River Valley Section (RRVS) EMC and PELS Chapters are pleased to sponsor the 4th EMC Educational Seminar in Rockford, Illinois. Our goal is to provide regional affordable seminars that provide critical educational value to engineers working in the diversified industries in the region. This seminar focuses on the issues Engineers need to know about EMI prevention and management techniques when designing modern day electronic systems. The evolution of high speed switching devices such as MOSFETs and IGBTs, high speed digital control, electromagnetics and capacitors has paved the way for low cost, high density power electronics. However, like high speed digital circuits, these switched power circuits are capable of generating significant conducted or radiated interference. The thrust of this seminar is to ensure the Electro Magnetic Compatibility of the power circuits in designs.

Biography:

Dr. Shuo Wang received the Ph.D. degree from Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, in 2005. He has been an associate professor with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, since 2015. From 2010 to 2014, he was with University of Texas at San Antonio, TX, first as an assistant professor and later as an associate professor. From 2009 to 2010, he was a senior design engineer in GE Aviation Systems, OH. From 2005 to 2009, he was a research assistant professor at Virginia Tech.

 

Dr. Shuo Wang has published more than one hundred IEEE journal and conference papers and holds 7 US patents. He received the Best Transaction Paper Award from the IEEE Power Electronics Society in 2006 and two William M. Portnoy Awards for the papers published in the IEEE Industry Applications Society in 2004 and 2012, respectively. In 2012, he received the prestigious National Science Foundation CAREER Award. He is an Associate Editor for the IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INDUSTRY APPLICATIONS and a technical program Co-Chair for IEEE 2014 International Electric Vehicle Conference.

Dr. Shuo Wang

Topic:

EMI Suppression Skills for Power Electronic System Design

Biography:





Agenda

Outline of Presentation:

1. EMI Fundamentals and Coupling Mechanisms

  • Fundamentals of EMI for power electronics systems
  • Effects of parasitic parameters in power electronics systems on EMI
  • Electric field, magnetic field and related EMI issues in power electronics systems
  • EMI suppression techniques for electric field and magnetic field noise couplings

2. EMI Suppression through Component and Filter Design

  • EMI suppression components, filters and their high frequency performance
  • Improve EMI component and filter’s performance with parasitic cancellation techniques
  • Active and hybrid EMI filters to achieve high power density design
  • Transformer design for EMI reduction

3. EMI Suppression through System design

  • Grounding, parasitic couplings in grounding and the principles of grounding
  • EMI due to unbalance and using impedance balancing to reduce EMI
  • Shielding and its effectiveness on EMI suppression for power electronics systems

4. EMI Measurement Principles and Predictions

  • Principles of EMI/EMC spectrum analyzers
  • Predict EMI spectrum based on the principles of EMC spectrum analyzers
  • Single-phase and three-phase EMI noise measurement and diagnosis

Agenda:
07:30 - 08:20am -
Registration & Continental Breakfast

08:20 - 10:00am - EMI Fundamentals and Coupling
                              Mechanisms

10:00 - 10:30am -
Refreshment Break & Exhibitors Display

10:30 - 12:00pm -
EMI Suppression through Component
                             
and Filter Design

12:00 - 01:00pm - Lunch with Exhibitors

01:00 - 02:30pm - EMI Suppression through System
                              Design

02:30 - 03:00pm - Refreshment Break & Exhibitors Display

03:00 - 03:15pm - IEEE Recognition Awards  

03:15 - 04:45pm - EMI Measurement Principles and
                             
Predictions

04:45 - 04:50pm - Closing Comments and seminar survey

04:50 - 06:00pm - Social hour with Exhibitors



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