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主讲 Pooya Davari 地点 Zoom Meeting(ID:654 8489 1840)
时间 2022年6月10日15:00

讲座题目:Conducted EMI Modeling and Mitigation in Power Electronics

主讲人:Pooya Davari


时间: June 10th, 15:00 (Beijing) / 9:00 (Copenhagen), 2 hours

地点: Zoom MeetingID654 8489 1840


Power electronics systems are a key enabler as a cross-functional technology in the energy conversion process, their pulse energy conversion with inherent switching behavior exhibit disturbing harmonic emissions and electromagnetic noises. The generated harmonic and noise disturbances can result in electromagnetic interference (EMI) and should be controlled within specific limits by applying proper filtering, topology and control scheme. Thereby, in order to prevent the power converters from disturbing their own operation and other nearby electronic devices they should design for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).

The emphasis of this two hour lecture is to give a clear picture on EMI issues, mitigation methodologies and measurement in power electronic converters. Systematic designing of passive EMI filters for differential mode (DM) and common mode (CM) noises including an overview on modeling of conducted emission noises through developing equivalent circuit models will be addressed.



Pooya Davari (S’11–M’13-SM’19) received the B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in electronic engineering f in 2004 and 2008, respectively, and the Ph.D. degree in power electronics from QUT, Australia, in 2013. From 2005 to 2010, he was involved in several electronics and power electronics projects as a Development Engineer. From 2013 to 2014, he was with QUT, as a Lecturer. He joined Aalborg University, in 2014, as a Postdoc, where he is currently an Associate Professor.

He has been focusing on EMI, power quality and harmonic mitigation analysis and control in power electronic systems. He has published more than 180 technical papers. Dr. Davari served as a Guest Associate Editor of IET journal of Power Electronics, IEEE Access Journal, Journal of Electronics and Journal of Applied Sciences. He is an Associate Editor of IEEE JESTPE, Journal of Power Electronics, Associate Editor of IET Electronics, Power Electronic Devices and Systems, and Editorial board member of Journal of Applied Sciences. He is member of the International Scientific Committee (ISC) of EPE (ECCE Europe) and a member of Joint Working Group six and Working Group eight at the IEC standardization TC77A. Dr. Davari is the recipient of Equinor prize 2022 and 2020 IEEE EMC Society Young Professional Award for his contribution to EMI and Harmonic Mitigation and Modeling in Power Electronic Applications. He is currently Editor-in-Chief of Circuit World Journal, founder and chair of IEEE EMC SOCIETY CHAPTER DENMARK and leader of EMI/EMC in Power Electronics Research Group at AAU Energy.