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Five Days Short Term Training Programme Applications of Power Electronics in Smart Energy Systems (Virtual Mode)

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National Institute of Technology, Puducherry (NITPY) situated in 258 acres near village Poovam in Thiruvettakudy, Karaikal, is one of the thirty one National Institutes of Technology. NIT Puducherry was sanctioned by the Government of India in 2009, as part of the Eleventh Five-Year Plan (2007–2012). National Institute of Technology Puducherry (NITPY),  nestled in the scenes of Karaikal, a coastal enclave in the basin of river Kaveri is one among the ten new NITs in the Union Territory of Puducherry.

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Five Days Short Term Training Programme Applications of Power Electronics in Smart Energy Systems (Virtual Mode) Organised by Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering National Institute of Technology Puducherry (An Institute of National Importance under Ministry of Education, Govt. of India) Karaikal-609609 in association with IEEE Student Branch – NITPY

Event Introduction

Footprints of power electronics play a crucial role in management of conventional energy systems as well as smart/renewable energy systems such as solar, wind, fuel cell etc. Power electronics holds a major task for power extraction from the sources, transfer of power and its management among the load. The STTP will give lucid ideas and widespread knowledge on the role of power electronics devices such as converters, inverters and other equipment with their working on building smart energy systems and their futuristics scope. Experts speakers with their rational research experience in power electronics fields will incite the participants towards recent research and developments in smart energy systems.

Topics to be Covered

Content of STTP are enlisted below but not limited to:
◆ Hybrid Wind PV Distributed Generators
◆ Optimal Reactive Power control in Wind energy conversion systems
◆ Control Schemes in Power Converters
◆ Application of Neural Network in Renewable energy system
◆ Energy management in smart cities
◆ Condition monitoring of Power apparatus in smart energy system

Who can Apply?

The faculty members, Ph.D. scholars, PG students and working professionals from various technical institutes/organisations/industries.

Registration Fee

◆ Registration fee of Rs.500/- only

How to Apply

◆ Candidate should submit an online application by clicking the Apply Online. Participants need to fill up the online application form by using the link given below with all the required details.

The interested candidates are required to pay a registration fee of Rs.500/- only through online mode, to the below mentioned account*. Upon paying the registration fee, the participants need to register themselves by filling the google form, which can be accessed using the link given below. On completion of the STTP, e-certificate will be sent to the participants.

Google Form Link & QR code for registration
https://forms.gle/c8nBHUBs3F67XTh66

Procedure for Registration
  • Fill in Applicants Information, Personal Information, Institutional Information, Payment Reference Number , Email, Contact Number and Corresponding Address.
  • The Star Marked details are mandatory (*).
  • Check Summary Page before submission.

Important Date

  • Last date for registration is 23-08-2021 (Friday)
  • Event date 30 August-2021 to 03 September-2021

For Additional Information

Five Days Short Term Training Programme Applications of Power Electronics in Smart Energy Systems (Virtual Mode) Organised by Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering National Institute of Technology Puducherry

Organizer Information 🇮🇳

National Institute of Technology Puducherry, NITPY Campus, Thiruvettakudy, Puducherry 609609

Highlights

  • Five Day Short Term Training Programme Organized by National Institute of Technology Puducherry
  • Learn About Advanced Applications of Power Electronics in Smart Energy Systems
  • Short Term Training Programme for Faculties/ research scholars/ PG students and Industry employees

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