Power Electronics and Drives (Energy Engineering)
Master (2 years) of Science in Power Electronics and Drives, 120 ECTSEngineering
|Institution||Aalborg University (AAU)|
|Tuition per term (Non-EU/EAA/CH)||6700 EUR|
|Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH)||0 EUR|
DescriptionAs a student of the programme in Power Electronics and Drives, you will study efficient and intelligent energy conversion employing power electronic technology and electrical machines. The objectives of the Power Electronics and Drives MSc syllabus are to provide you with:
- Detailed understanding of the operation, function and interaction between various components and sub-systems used in power electronic converters, electric machines and adjustable-speed drives
- Knowledge enabling design, modelling, simulation and synthesis of power converter-based systems used for conversion of electric energy
- Experience in design of controllers for PED systems using classical and modern control theory
- Experience in the practical implementation of controllers using for example digital signal processors
- To enable you to develop, construct, operate and test power electronic converters and drives in the laboratory
Experimental work plays a key role in the syllabus. A large, well-equipped laboratory is available, offering you excellent opportunities for constructing and testing prototypes of electronic systems and electric machines. Facilities for testing power electronic components, converters and high power systems are also at your disposal.
Career OpportunitiesThe gained knowledge enables the MSc graduates to work in project engineering, research, development and management in Danish and international industries or public institutions.
Examples of possible employers are:
- Wind energy for converter and generator design such as Vestas
- Electrical drives such as Danfoss and Grundfos
- High power converters for compensation or active filters or for machine design such as ABB and Siemens
- Control of converters such as KK-electronics
- PV-systems such as Danfoss Solar Inverters
- Particle accelerators such as Danfysik
- Switch mode converters such as Bang & Olufsen
- Novel lighting such as Martin Professional
AdmissionAdmission to the MSc programme in Power Electronics and Drives presupposes a BSc degree in Electrical Energy Engineering or similar.
In addition, documentation will be required to verify that your proficiency in English is at an acceptable level.
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TuitionThere is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside EU/EAA/Switzerland.
Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.
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