Chair of Power Electronics

BA/MA - Theses

We offer Bachelor and Master Theses on many interesting topics:

  •   Power Electronics for Electric Drives
  •   Power Electronics for Electric Vehicles
  •   Power Electronics for Photovoltaic and Wind Applications 
  •   Power Electronics for Smart Grids
  •   Power Electronics for HVDC
  •   Low Power / High Power DC/DC - Converter
  •   Modular Inverter
  •   Thermal Characterisation of Power Converters
  •   Active Thermal Control for Power Converters
  •   Reliability of Power Converters
  •   Control of Power Converters


Following are the current thesis topics offered at the Chair:

  •   Gate driver with novel IGBT junction temperature measurement via an electrical parameter
  •   Modulation of parallel NPC inverters for the application in wind energy systems - contact person:
  •   Dead time optimierung zur effizienzsteigerung eines DC-DC Wandler - Contact : M.Sc. Felix Hoffmann,
  •   Closed loop di/dt and dv/dt of GaN devices for actrive thermal control - Contact: M.Sc. Pramod Kumar Prasobhu,
  •   Stability Assessment of Active Electric grid with the effect of synchornisation of power electronic interfaces - Contact: Ph.D Zhixiang Zou,
  •   Realization of a HVDC system using CIGRE standard B4.S7- Contact: M.Sc. Giovanni De Carne,
  •   Load Flow realization by means of a PSCAD/MATLAB interface - Contact: M.Sc. Giovanni De Carne,
  • Analysis of MMC modulation methods regarding grid harmonic content and converter efficiency - Contact: M.Sc. Marius Langwasser,

  • Our research is focused on the design of high efficient and reliable PWM-based power converter architectures (single-cell, multi-cell, multilevel), their modelling and control to exploit commercial as well as new power semiconductor devices with minimum over design.
    We develop controllers for electric drives and we are particularly skilled in the integration of renewable energy systems into the electric grid.
    Please discover our expertise looking to our recent projects.

    HEART - The Highly Efficient And Reliable smart Transformer
    Further Research Projects