Study and development of an Electronic Power Converter for Electrical Vehicle based on General Time Multiplexing (GTM)
Thesis in external company
Reference persons LUCA STERPONE
Research Groups DAUIN - AEROSPACE AND SAFETY COMPUTING LAB
Thesis type COMPANY STAGE, RESEARCH, INNOVATIVE
Description The activity is oriented to the development of new software control algorithm for the state-of-the-art generation of electric engine for Batter Electric Vehicle (BEV) using GTM devices. The goal of the activity is the creation of new control techniques able to improve the nowadays performances and reducing the energetic consumption using the last generation of GTM devices. The thesis activity is performed in collaboration with Punch Softronix. The student will have the availability of a GTM Infineon board effectively used by Punch Softronix.
Required skills C programming language and VHDL
Notes A scholarship will be offered to the student/s working on the present thesis activity.
Deadline 20/02/2023 PROPONI LA TUA CANDIDATURA