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Tuesday, March 5 @12 pm
Fulbright U.S. Scholar Virtual Information Session
WSU Everett

Fulbright Scholar program recruitment lead Jaclyn Assarian will discuss award opportunities and the application and selection process, and answer your questions via Zoom. Register now.

Tuesday, March 26 @2 pm
AGI SP24 Power Seminar Series ~ Designing and Operating Power Electronic Dominated Energy Systems of the Future by Timothy Salsbury, PNNL
WSU Pullman - Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Building

This talk will introduce the E-COMP project and explain how the principle of co-design can be used to optimize design and operational decisions in a joint way for multiple objectives. An example use case of offshore wind integration will also be presented to highlight the utility of the approaches being pursued.

Wednesday, March 27 @1 pm
Three-Minute Thesis
WSU Pullman - Veterinary and Biomedical Research Building

Three-Minute Thesis

Friday, March 29 @9:10 am
Recent Advances in Power Electronics for BPS Connected IBRs by Ahmed S. Soliman, Power Electronics Faculty Candidate
WSU Pullman - Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Building

This lecture’s topic is threefold: The first part will cover a new modularized high frequency DC-link integration methodology that connects multisource renewable energy sources involving battery energy storage system (BESS) to the AC-grid. The second will focus on a novel encoder less control of permanent magnet assisted synchronous reluctance generator (PMa-SynRG) based-stator current vector for renewable energy systems. And the third encompasses AI/ML applications with power electronics, especially online learning data-driven based control for grid connected power converters within DC microgrid applications. Performance assessment of both dynamic and steady-state behaviors of the proposed techniques under various operational conditions will then be highlighted.