NU Power Electronics Research Lab 2018 Research Achievements


NU Power Electronics Research Lab 2018 Research Achievements

  •  3 journal and 7 conference papers published;
  •  Dr. Alexander Ruderman was invited to deliver Tutorials at IEEE Conferences

Tutorial 1“Time Domain Evaluation of Power Quality for Grid-Tied Inverters”, IEEE 9th Int. Symposium on Power Electronics for Distributed Generation Systems (PEDG’18), Charlotte, NC, June 2018.

Tutorial 2. “Time Domain Power Quality Evaluation for Grid-Tied Inverters”, 18th Int. Conference on Power Electronics and Motion Control (IEEE-PEMC’18), Budapest, Hungary, August 2018.

  •  Dr. Alexander Ruderman was invited to serve as a Guest Co-Editor for the Energies journal Special Issue on Multilevel Converters

  •  After serving as an Associate Editor for the IET Journal of Power Electronics for 5 years, Dr. Alexander Ruderman was promoted to Senior Associate Editor. * NU Library claimed Dr. Alexander Ruderman to be an author of the most cited NU paper for his 2015 contribution: About Voltage Total Harmonic Distortion for Single- and Three-Phase Multilevel Inverters. IEEE Trans. Industrial Electronics, vol. 62, issue 3, 2015, pp. 1548-1551 (IF 7.168) with 26 citations as of Nov 2018.