Feature Review Papers in Power Electronics

A special issue of Electronics (ISSN 2079-9292). This special issue belongs to the section "Power Electronics".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2024 | Viewed by 731

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Research Group in Sustainable and Renewable Electrical Technologies (PAIDI-TEP023), Department of Electrical Engineering, Higher Technical School of Engineering of Algeciras, University of Cadiz, Algeciras, Spain
Interests: smart cities; smart grids; microgrids; renewable energy; wind energy; photovoltaic solar energy; energy storage systems; hydrogen and fuel cells; hybrid electric systems; electric vehicles; electric power systems; power converters and energy management/control systems
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Department of Electrical, Electronic, Communications and Systems Engineering, University of Oviedo, 33204 Gijon, Spain
Interests: switching-mode power supplies; converter modeling; high-power-factor rectifiers; high-power–high-voltage power supplies
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Research Group in Electrical Technologies for Sustainable and Renewable Energy (PAIDI-TEP023), Department of Electrical Engineering, Higher Polytechnic School of Algeciras, University of Cadiz, Algeciras (Cádiz), Spain
Interests: hydrogen and fuel cells; wind energy; photovoltaic solar energy; renewable energy; energy storage systems; hybrid electric systems; microgrids; smart grids; electric vehicles; power converters and energy management/control systems
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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

This Special Issue is devoted to publishing new review papers exploring the current trends, challenges, and future trends in power electronics (including the components, circuits, design, modeling, simulation, control, implementation, reliability, testing, and analysis of power electronics) for electric drives and generators, renewable energy systems, energy storage systems, smart cities, smart grids, and power systems, as well as transport, industrial, medical, military, telecommunication, consumable, and home apparatuses.

In this Special Issue, we encourage our Section Editorial Board Members, Topical Advisory Panel Members, and related outstanding scholars involved in power electronics to discuss key topics in the field and submit innovative review papers on power electronics that make significant contributions to the existing literature in the field of power electronics. We expect these papers to be widely read and highly influential within the field.

The subject areas include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Power electronic circuits: DC/DC, DC/AC, and AC/AC power converters.
  • Power electronic components: switching devices, diodes, inductors, capacitors, transformers, filters, sensors, etc.
  • Power electronic control: modulation techniques, control techniques, control systems, etc.
  • Instrumentation, monitoring, and the IoT of power electronics and their applications.
  • EMI/EMC in power electronics.
  • Reliability of power electronics.
  • Artificial intelligence in power electronics.
  • Electric drives and generators.
  • Power electronics for renewable energy systems.
  • Power electronics for energy storage systems.
  • Power electronics for smart cities.
  • Power electronics for smart grids.
  • Power electronics for power systems: FACTS, HVDC systems, etc.
  • Power electronics for transport applications (electric vehicles, trains, aircraft, ships, etc.).
  • Power electronics for industrial applications.
  • Power electronics for medical applications.
  • Power electronics for telecommunication applications.
  • Power electronics for energy-harvesting systems.
  • Power electronics for consumable applications.
  • Power electronics for home appliances.

Dr. Ahmed F. Zobaa
Prof. Dr. Luis M. Fernández-Ramírez
Dr. Pedro J. Villegas
Dr. Pablo García Triviño
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  • power electronics components
  • power electronics circuits
  • power electronics design
  • power electronics modeling
  • power electronics simulation
  • power electronics control
  • artificial intelligence in power electronics
  • power electronics implementation
  • power electronics reliability
  • power electronics testing and analysis
  • power electronics applications

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