The Electrical Energy Management Group researches, designs, builds and tests advanced energy conversion systems containing energy storage elements, and renewable energy, power electronic and electro-mechanical conversion systems, in order to optimise efficiency or power and energy density.
New electrical energy management and control techniques, demonstrated on systems subjected to realistic load regimes and environmental conditions. Expertise in 'more-electric' technologies, micro-renewables, ultra-high efficiency power converters, wide-bandgap power device operation, multi-level inverters, integrated magnetics, high-efficiency and high fidelity amplifier design, and ultra-low power electronics for energy harvesting.
We currently have 7 members of academic staff, 7 Research Fellows and Assistants, and around 20 PhD students:
PhD scholarships and studentships, postdoctoral research positions and how to apply