A key characteristic of today's switched mode power converters is their conducted electromagnetic emission (EME). To apply mitigation techniques with minimal weight, volume and costs, a converter's EME shall be identi-fied by simulations and emission measurements as early as possible within a converter design process.
In this thesis, EME of a wide band gap propulsion inverter shall be modelled in the context of an electric power train. The thesis will be done in several stages with increasing complexity and embedded in a research project with a dynamic team and supported by an industry partner providing information and possibly validation of the models on their test beds.
- Research Literature and existing models.
- Familiarize with SIMetrix SPICE simulator.
- Design/implement the system in SIMetrix.
- Validate approach with the industry partner.
What we expect from you
- Electrical Engineering,
- Information & Computer Engineering,
- Physics, or similar.
- Experience in LTSpice/SIMetrix, Matlab Simulink and/or Python.
- Initiative, independent work in subtasks.
What we offer
- Collaboration and contribution in an engaged, dynamic team.
- Interesting work in an international research center.
- Paid Thesis.
- Mentoring program for new employees’.
- Diverse sports and health activities regularly.
- Corporate Events.
For technical questions please contact:
Matthias K. Scharrer,
Contact: Barbara Cappello | +43 316 873 9028 | Inffeldgasse 21a, 8010 Graz | www.v2c2.at