Power Electronics Lab
The Power Electronics Research Laboratory provides PhD students a modern environment including the state-of-the-art equipment to conduct their research, create a hardware set-up, and test the performance of their designs. These equipment includes high power grid emulators, programmable AC/DC loads, high voltage DC sources, dSPACE MicroLabBox modules, synchronous generators and motor drives, MAGTROL motor test system, high frequency/high performance oscilloscopes with advanced features and toolbox, etc.
The Power Electronics Research Laboratory is supervised by Dr. Behrooz Mirafzal, and located at the second floor of the Carl R. Ice College of Engineering, Room: 2187.
Grid of Nanogrid Lab
The Grid of Nanogrid Laboratory provides a modern environment to graduate students who conduct research in power systems and smart-grids. The smart-grid lab is funded by Burns & McDonnell, and the state-of-the-art equipment are provided to researchers to perform simulation-based and/or hardware-based tests. This laboratory is also being utilized for power electronics projects.
The Grid of Nanogrid Laboratory is supervised by Dr. Behrooz Mirafzal, and located at the second floor of the Carl R. Ice College of Engineering, Room: 2186.