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Georgia Institute of Technology
Program Description:

Georgia Tech offers a complete power electronics educational program at every level from undergraduate specialty in power electronics and power systems to MS and PhD research. Additionally, on-campus and off-site short courses are offered, as well as video-based courses for graduate students.
Georgia Tech is a leading research institution in the areas of condition monitoring of electric machines and power electronics, neural network applications in power electronics, and high voltage/high power applications. A complete description of the program is available on the Web site.

Contact name: Prof. Thomas G. Habetler
Department website: www.ee.gatech.edu/~habetler
Contact website #2: www.ee.gatech.edu
Department: School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Faculty:

Thomas G. Habetler and Ronald G. Harley

General contact info:

Georgia Institute of Technology
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Atlanta, GA 30332
Tel: 404-894-9829

Student body description:

10 PhD students, approx. 10 MS students, and 20 undergrad students per year in power electronics courses.

University website: www.gatech.edu

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