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    • School of Engineering and Applied Science, Aston University

      B4 7ET Birmingham

      United Kingdom

    Accepting PhD Students

    20132020
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    Engineering & Materials Science

    Reluctance motors
    Permanent magnets
    Wind power
    Electric potential
    Stators
    Electric vehicles
    Rotors
    Topology
    Induction motors
    Torque
    Power control
    Insulated gate bipolar transistors (IGBT)
    Synchronous motors
    Poles
    Plug-in hybrid vehicles
    Fluxes
    DC-DC converters
    Finite element method
    Pulse width modulation
    Demagnetization
    Power converters
    Rotors (windings)
    Power electronics
    Asynchronous generators
    Failure analysis
    Wind turbines
    Sensors
    Energy storage
    Networks (circuits)
    Fault tolerance
    Costs
    Fuel cells
    Energy efficiency
    Condition monitoring
    Machine design
    Solar power generation
    Power quality
    MATLAB
    Vector spaces
    Synchronous generators
    Energy conversion
    Electric drives
    Controllers
    Fault detection
    Capacitors
    Power generation
    Voltage control
    Photovoltaic cells
    Modulation
    Calorimeters

    Chemical Compounds

    Permanent magnets
    Rotors
    Wind power
    Demagnetization
    Stators
    Reluctance motors
    Topology
    Torque
    Synchronous motors
    Plug-in hybrid vehicles
    Poles
    Finite element method
    Thermal aging
    Photovoltaic cells
    Centrifuges
    Heat sinks
    Brushes
    Electric vehicles

    Mathematics

    Hydrogen Storage
    Wind Power
    Energy Storage
    Optimization
    Power System
    Switched Reluctance Motor
    Rotor
    Coordinated Control
    Synchronous Machine
    Coil
    Power Quality
    Condition Monitoring
    Electric Vehicle
    DC Motor
    Shading
    Optimization Design
    Fuel Cell
    High Efficiency
    Torque
    Hybrid Approach