ISIE 2020 Schedule

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Tuesday, 16 June 2020

    08:30-10:15
  • Room 2 Tutorial: DC and AC Microgrids, part 1
    Tuesday, 16 June 2020, 08:30-10:15
    Chairs:
    Marcian Cirstea
    Zian Qin
    Speakers:
    Dr.ir. Laura Ramírez Elizondo, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
    Prof. Pavol Bauer, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

    The DC and AC microgrids tutorial will cover a wide range of topics, going from the description of basic definitions to the analysis of existing pilot projects. Special focus will be given to the modelling and control of DC microgrids and to the important role of power electronic components in these systems.

    The tutorial will consist of 7 modules. During the first module, the student will learn to differentiate the concepts of microgrid, smart grid and virtual power plant, as well as to distinguish the difference between a passive and an active distribution network. During the second module the topics of centralized and decentralized control will be addressed. In module 3, the lecture will focus on local controllers and in module 4 the operation of different power electronic elements will be discussed. During the fifth module of the tutorial, the topic of DC microgrids will be covered. DC microgrids are still at an early stage and there are still many challenges to be tacked. During this lecture the student will be able to describe the main motivations and challenges for the implementation of DC microgrids. In module 6, the student will be able to explain the concepts of microgrid protection, adaptive protection, and to describe the effect of using a fault current source and fault current limitation in a microgrid. After having covered all these topics, in module 7 the student will be able to apply them by controlling and evaluating a given microgrid through a simulation tool. The student will work on an group assignment and will make a presentation explaining the results so that other students can learn from the findings. By the end of this lecture the student will have a broad picture of the state-of-the-art of DC and AC microgrids.
  • 08:30-10:30
  • Room 1 Tutorial: Advanced Motion Control for Vibration Suppression: from Theory to Applications
    Tuesday, 16 June 2020, 08:30-10:30
    Chairs:
    Jianning Dong
    Gautham Ram Chandra Mouli
    Speakers:
    Prof. Seiichiro Katsura, Keio University, Japan
    Prof. Kiyoshi Ohishi, Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan
    Prof. Krzysztof SzabatWroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland

    Recently, progress in performance of computer and control techniques has contributed to rapid and accurate control of industrial machines and robots. However, the rapid movements excite the mechanical resonances, which prevent the machines and robots from further improvement of rapidness and accuracy. In addition, time delay included in a communication system or D/A converter decreases phase margin of a controlled system, and it also induces vibrations. Therefore, in order to realize the further rapid and accurate motion of machines and robots, vibration suppression of mechanical resonance and time-delay compensation should be considered in the control design. In this Tutorial, 3 speakers will give lectures about vibration control of motion systems from theory to industry applications.
  • 10:30-12:15
  • Room 2 Tutorial: DC and AC Microgrids, part 2
    Tuesday, 16 June 2020, 10:30-12:15
    Chairs:
    Marcian Cirstea
    Zian Qin
    Speakers:
    Dr.ir. Laura Ramírez Elizondo, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
    Prof. Pavol Bauer, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

    The DC and AC microgrids tutorial will cover a wide range of topics, going from the description of basic definitions to the analysis of existing pilot projects. Special focus will be given to the modelling and control of DC microgrids and to the important role of power electronic components in these systems.

    The tutorial will consist of 7 modules. During the first module, the student will learn to differentiate the concepts of microgrid, smart grid and virtual power plant, as well as to distinguish the difference between a passive and an active distribution network. During the second module the topics of centralized and decentralized control will be addressed. In module 3, the lecture will focus on local controllers and in module 4 the operation of different power electronic elements will be discussed. During the fifth module of the tutorial, the topic of DC microgrids will be covered. DC microgrids are still at an early stage and there are still many challenges to be tacked. During this lecture the student will be able to describe the main motivations and challenges for the implementation of DC microgrids. In module 6, the student will be able to explain the concepts of microgrid protection, adaptive protection, and to describe the effect of using a fault current source and fault current limitation in a microgrid. After having covered all these topics, in module 7 the student will be able to apply them by controlling and evaluating a given microgrid through a simulation tool. The student will work on an group assignment and will make a presentation explaining the results so that other students can learn from the findings. By the end of this lecture the student will have a broad picture of the state-of-the-art of DC and AC microgrids.
  • 13:15-15:15
  • Room 1 Tutorial: System-Level Design and Optimization of Multi-Megahertz Wireless Power Transfer Systems, part 1
    Tuesday, 16 June 2020, 13:15-15:15
    Chairs:
    Jianning Dong
    Gautham Ram Chandra Mouli
    Speakers:
    Dr. Ming Liu, Princeton University, USA
    Dr. Minfan Fu, ShanghaiTech University, China
    Dr. Chengbin Ma, Univ. of Michigan-Shanghai Jiao Tong Univ. Joint Institute, China

    In this tutorial, we plan to comprehensively summarize and explain our pioneer work on system-level approaches for high performance multi-MHz WPT systems. Operation in the MHz frequency band presents technical challenges due to possible increased power losses, strong nonlinearities of devices, and electromagnetic interference (EMI) problem. Special considerations are also needed for the robustness against variations in coil relative position and final load. All these challenges inherently require interdisciplinary efforts that combine the knowledge and insights in power electronics, radio frequency and microwave, circuit modeling, robust analysis, design optimization and control. As described in the following outline, this tutorial begins with an overview of the major challenges and limitations of the present multi-MHz WPT systems; then mentions the appropriate circuit topologies for the main components (power amplifiers and rectifiers) that provide high efficiency, low noise, and robust power conversion. The Class E topologies are especially useful for improving efficiency and facilitating optimizationbased design. This tutorial continues to explain the analytical modeling and analysis of the multi-MHz WPT systems, providing the foundation for the following design and control efforts. It then comprehensively describes both the system-level passive design and feedback-based active control to improve the overall system performance in terms of efficiency, noise reduction, and robustness. Particular mention is made of the modeling, design and control aspects of the multiple-receiver WPT systems. Finally, this tutorial also reviews the recent developments in the multi-MHz WPT, such as new applications and dual-band design.
  • 15:30-17:30
  • Room 1 Tutorial: System-Level Design and Optimization of Multi-Megahertz Wireless Power Transfer Systems, part 2
    Tuesday, 16 June 2020, 15:30-17:30
    Chairs:
    Jianning
    Gautham Ram Chandra Mouli
    Speakers:
    Dr. Ming Liu, Princeton University, USA
    Dr. Minfan Fu, ShanghaiTech University, China
    Dr. Chengbin Ma, Univ. of Michigan-Shanghai Jiao Tong Univ. Joint Institute, China

    In this tutorial, we plan to comprehensively summarize and explain our pioneer work on system-level approaches for high performance multi-MHz WPT systems. Operation in the MHz frequency band presents technical challenges due to possible increased power losses, strong nonlinearities of devices, and electromagnetic interference (EMI) problem. Special considerations are also needed for the robustness against variations in coil relative position and final load. All these challenges inherently require interdisciplinary efforts that combine the knowledge and insights in power electronics, radio frequency and microwave, circuit modeling, robust analysis, design optimization and control. As described in the following outline, this tutorial begins with an overview of the major challenges and limitations of the present multi-MHz WPT systems; then mentions the appropriate circuit topologies for the main components (power amplifiers and rectifiers) that provide high efficiency, low noise, and robust power conversion. The Class E topologies are especially useful for improving efficiency and facilitating optimizationbased design. This tutorial continues to explain the analytical modeling and analysis of the multi-MHz WPT systems, providing the foundation for the following design and control efforts. It then comprehensively describes both the system-level passive design and feedback-based active control to improve the overall system performance in terms of efficiency, noise reduction, and robustness. Particular mention is made of the modeling, design and control aspects of the multiple-receiver WPT systems. Finally, this tutorial also reviews the recent developments in the multi-MHz WPT, such as new applications and dual-band design.

Wednesday, 17 June 2020

    10:45-11:15
  • Room 1 Opening
    Wednesday, 17 June 2020, 10:45-11:15
    Chairs:
    Peter Palensky
    Pavol Bauer
  • 11:30-12:30
  • Room 8 Electrical Machines and Industrial Drives 02
    Wednesday, 17 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Xuezhou Wang
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-004189 Torque Ripple Reduction Using Variable DC-link Voltage Technique for Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor in Battery Electric Vehicle
    Libo Liu, Gunther Goetting, Jian Xie
    11:40-11:50
    ND-004278 Synchronous machine parameters identification from data acquired during operative range test.
    Maximiliano Conde Alexandre Rocha, Luis Alfredo Esteves Meneses, Mateus Giesbrecht
    11:50-12:00
    ND-004588 Generation of 42-sided polygonal Voltage Space Vector Structure for suppression of lower order harmonics in IM Drive Applications
    Rahul Dewani, Mriganka Ghosh Majumder, Rakesh R, Gopakumar K, Umanand L, Dariusz Zieliski, Wojciech Jarzyna
    12:00-12:10
    ND-010162 Radial-Flux Two-Stator Motor with Halbach PMs
    Shahin Asgari, Reza Yazdanpanah, Mojtaba Mirsalim
    12:10-12:20
    ND-007595 Common Mode Voltage Elimination in Induction Motor Drive by Space Vector based Pulse Density Modulation Scheme
    Monisha Menon A, Jeeshma Mary Paul, Biji Jacob
    12:20-12:30
    ND-003492 Fault Detection in Brushless DC Motor via Particle Filter
    Letícia Vianna, João Gonçalves, Fabiano Fruett, Mateus Giesbrecht
  • Room 6 Power Systems and Smart Grids 03
    Wednesday, 17 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Usama Bin Irshad
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-007153 Integration of Blockchain with IEC 61850 for Internal Management of Microgrids
    Miguel Gayo Abeleira, Francisco Javier Rodríguez Sánchez, Carlos Santos Pérez, Pedro Martín Sánchez, José Antonio Jiménez Calvo
    11:40-11:50
    ND-008648 Optimal Charging Scheduling of Electric Vehicles based on Principal Component Analysis and Convex Optimization
    Juan Dominguez, Kodjo Agbossou, Abdoul Dante, Nilson Henao, Javier Campillo, Alben Cardenas, Sousso Kelowani
    11:50-12:00
    ND-009679 Peak-to-Average Ratio Analysis of A Load Aggregator for Incentive-based Demand Response
    Alejandro Fraija, Kodjo Agbossou, Nilson Henao, Sousso Kelouwani
    12:00-12:10
    ND-002402 Reliability Assessment Considering Intermittent Usage of Electric Vehicles in Parking Lots
    Usama Bin Irshad, Sohaib Rafique, Graham Town
    12:10-12:20
    ND-010545 A Feature Reduction Strategy For Enabling Lightweight Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring On Edge Devices
    Enrico Tabanelli, Davide Brunelli, Luca Benini
  • Room 2 Power Electronics and Energy Conversion 02
    Wednesday, 17 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Jiawei Chen
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-001643 Failure-rate Comparison of Single-ended and Double-ended Forward Converter by means of Fault-tree Analysis
    Yun-gi Kwak, Dae-ho Heo, Byoung-Hee Lee, Feel-soon Kang
    11:40-11:50
    ND-001732 Super-Twisting Sliding Mode Control for Grid-Tied T-Type qZSI with Reduced Capacitor Voltage
    Hasan Komurcugil, Sertac Bayhan
    11:50-12:00
    ND-001767 Quadratic DC/DC converter with autotransformer at the output side
    Felix A. Himmelstoss, Helmut L. Votzi, Michael Windisch
    12:00-12:10
    ND-001856 Hysteresis Control of the Pseudo Boost PFC Converter
    Aleksandra Lekić-Vervoort, Milovan Majstorović, Leposava Ristić, Dušan Stipanović
    12:10-12:20
    ND-001953 Independent Voltage Oriented DC-Side Sensorless Control of Three-Phase Cascaded H-bridge Multilevel Inverter With Decentralized MPPTs
    Khalil Algarny, Mahinda Vilathgamuwa, Mark Broadmeadow, Wooyoung Choi
    12:20-12:30
    ND-001503 Accurate Reactive Power Sharing for Microgrid Using Distributed Adaptive Virtual Impedance
    Shuaicheng Hou, Zeng Fan, Ling Fang, Jiawei Chen
  • Room 4 Power Systems and Smart Grids 01
    Wednesday, 17 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Wilmar Martinez
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-001155 Parameter Estimation of a Single-Diode PV Model Using a Hybrid Charged System Search Algorithm
    Chao-Ming Huang, Shin-Ju Chen, Sung-Pei Yang
    11:40-11:50
    ND-001872 Distributed Optimal Economic Dispatch with Uncoordinated Fixed Step Sizes for Microgrids
    Shuai Mao, Ziwei Dong, Wei Du, Yang Tang
    11:50-12:00
    ND-002038 Robust Optimization Approach for Generation Scheduling of a Hybrid Thermal-Energy Storage System
    Hooman Khaloie, Amjad Anvari-Moghaddam
    12:00-12:10
    ND-011487 Analysis of the Gradual Synthetic Inertia Control on Low-Inertia Power Systems
    Harold Chamorro
    12:10-12:20
    ND-001465 Investigation into the Impact of Cable Failure Localisation Methods on the Underground Cable Life Time in a Medium Voltage Distribution Network
    Samuel Afotey, Seyed Morteza Alizadeh
    12:20-12:30
    ND-004324 Excitation system response analysis of the BABA Hydroelectric power plant generation units
    Javier Urquizo, Rommel Chang, Paúl Amen, Giovanny Medina
  • Room 9 Control Systems and Applications 01
    Wednesday, 17 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Balint Varga
    Gerasimos Rigatos
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-000205 Nonlinear optimal control for underactuated offshore cranes
    Gerasimos Rigatos, Patrice Wira, Jorge Pomares, Masoud Abbaszadeh
    11:40-11:50
    ND-002011 Minimizing Power Consumption of Automotive AC System by Condenser Fan Speed Control
    Jan Glos, Matus Kozovsky, Frantisek Solc, Pavel Vaclavek
    11:50-12:00
    ND-006173 Shared-Control Concepts for Large Vehicle-Manipulators
    Balint Varga, Yannick Burkhardt, Stefan Schwab, Soeren Hohmann
    12:00-12:10
    ND-011037 Optimal Photovoltaic System Expansion Based on Electric Vehicle Charging Station in Smart Grid
    Chen Liu, Xinghuo Yu, Guanghui Wen
    12:10-12:20
    ND-001821 Phase effect in frequency measurements of a quartz crystal using the pulse coincidence principle
    Fabian N. Murrieta-Rico, Vitalii Petranovskii, Donald H. Galván, Oleg Sergiyenko, Joel Antunez-Garcia, Rosario I. Yocupicio-Gaxiola, Juan de Dios Sanchez-Lopez
    12:20-12:30
    ND-006793 D-Decomposition Based Robust Discrete-Time Current Regulator for Grid-Connected VSI
    Ilya Tyuryukanov, Marjan Popov
  • Room 3 Power Electronics and Energy Conversion 03
    Wednesday, 17 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Thomas Hausberger
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-002798 Design of Active Common Mode Noise Voltage Canceler for SiC Inverter Fed Induction Motor Drive with Reduced Common Mode Voltage PWM
    Manish Kumar, Kalaiselvi Jayaraman
    11:40-11:50
    ND-004642 A Simplified Modulated Model Predictive Control for a Grid-Tied Three-Level T-Type NPC Inverter
    Junzhong Xu, Thiago Batista Soeiro, Fei Gao, Houjun Tang, Pavol Bauer
    11:50-12:00
    ND-004782 High-Speed Nonlinear MPC with Long Prediction Horizon for Interleaved Switching AC/DC-Converters
    Thomas Hausberger, Andreas Kugi, Alexander Eder, Wolfgang Kemmetmüller
    12:00-12:10
    ND-005193 Binary Capacitor Voltage Control-based Multi-Level Converter for Low Nominal DC Voltage Applications
    Sanghun Choi
    12:10-12:20
    ND-008354 A BJT self-oscillating buck-boost converter for battery-power LED flashlights
    Yueh-Ru Yang
    12:20-12:30
    ND-007838 An SOC-based Active Equalizer for Fast Charge Balance of Series-Connected Battery Pack
    Hung-Yu Pai, Kun-Che Ho, Guan-Jhu Chen, Po-Han Liao, Shun-Chung Wang, Yi-Hua Liu
  • Room 5 Power Systems and Smart Grids 02
    Wednesday, 17 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Seyed Morteza Alizadeh
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-003425 Load Profile Cycle Recognition for Industrial DC Microgrids with Energy Storage Systems
    Alexander Maennel, Kevin Mueller, Elias Knoechelmann, Tobias Ortmaier
    11:40-11:50
    ND-004251 Harmonic Resonance Risk Assessment of Photovoltaic Applications in Low Voltage Grid
    Duc-Thanh Do, Holger Hirsch
    11:50-12:00
    ND-006165 Implementation of dynamic programming algorithms for electric vehicle smartcharging in a real parking lot with supervision
    David Roszczypala, Christophe Batard, Frederic Poitiers, Nicolas Ginot
    12:00-12:10
    ND-006963 Distributed Learning Control for Economic Power Dispatch: A Privacy Preserved Approach
    Mahya Adibi, Jacob van der Woude
    12:10-12:20
    ND-008788 Impact of grid impedance and their resonance on the stability of single-phase PV-inverters in low voltage grids
    Elias Kaufhold, Jan Meyer, Peter Schegner
    12:20-12:30
    ND-008915 Long Short-Term Memory Autoencoder Neural Networks Based DC Pulsed Load Monitoring Using Short-Time Fourier Transform Feature Extraction
    Yue Ma, Atif Maqsood, Keith Corzine, Damian Oslebo
  • Room 10 Computational Intelligence
    Wednesday, 17 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Laura Ramírez Elizondo
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-002623 Comparison of Preprocessors for Machine Learning in the Predictive Maintenance Domain
    Stefan Kollmann, Alireza Estaji, Aleksey Bratukhin, Alexander Wendt, Thilo Sauter
    11:40-11:50
    ND-002666 A Cross-block Connection Network for Retinal Vessel Segmentation
    Shaochong Liu, Shen Yin, Hao Luo, Minglei Li, Xiang Li
    11:50-12:00
    ND-003786 Fast Face-CPU: A Real-time Fast Face Detector on CPU Using Deep Learning
    Muhamad Dwisnanto Putro, Kang-Hyun Jo
    12:00-12:10
    ND-006351 Balanced Map Coverage using Reinforcement Learning in Repeated Obstacle Environments
    Xue Xia, Thaddeus Roppel, John Y. Hung, Jian Zhang, Senthilkumar CG Periaswamy, Justin Patton
    12:10-12:20
    ND-010936 Moving Object Detection based on Deep Atrous Spatial Features for Moving Camera
    Ajmal Shahbaz, Kang-Hyun Jo
    12:20-12:30
    ND-004375 Investigation into Parameter Choice in Use of the Enhanced Fireworks Algorithm to Optimize Noise Covariances used in Extended Kalman Filter Speed Estimation for an Induction Motor Drive System
    Katherine Manson, Daniel Lee, Jeff Bloemink, Ali Palizban
  • Room 1 Power Electronics and Energy Conversion 01
    Wednesday, 17 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Yin-Chun Chuang
    Farzaneh Bagheri
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-000213 An Improved Highly Efficient LLC Resonant Converter in DC Energy Conversion Systems with a Wide-Range Input Source
    Ying-Chun Chuang, Shu-Yuan Fan, Jian-Liang Pan, Chun-Hsiang Yang
    11:40-11:50
    ND-000221 A Novel High-Frequency Sinusoidal Pulse-Charging Method Based on a Contactless Battery Charger for Mobile Service Robots
    Ying-Chun Chuang, Hung-Shiang Chuang, Chun-Hsiang Yang, Shu-Yuan Fan
    11:50-12:00
    ND-000906 Step-down Magnetic Integrated DC-DC Converter for Low Current Ripple and High Power Density Applications
    Yu Gu, Zanyi He, Wenqiang An, Zhicheng Zhou, Donglai Zhang
    12:00-12:10
    ND-001511 An Effective Double Frequency Ripple Suppression Based on Sliding-Mode Control for Cascaded Multilevel Quasi-Z-Source inverters
    Farzaneh Bagheri, Hasan Komurcugil, Sertac Bayhan
    12:10-12:20
    ND-002569 A Novel DC to AC Converter Topology based on Magnetic Flux Rate Switching
    Ruman Kalyan Mahapatra, Souradeep Pal, L Umanand, K Gopakumar
    12:20-12:30
    ND-006025 Design Method for Multi-Coil Wireless Power Transfer Systems
    Krystian Frania, Zbigniew Kaczmarczyk, Krzysztof Bodzek
  • Room 7 Electrical Machines and Industrial Drives 01
    Wednesday, 17 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Jianning Dong
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-000469 Frequency-Adaptive Periodic Controller Design for Fault-Tolerant SPMSM Speed Control Systems
    Devi Hendriyono, Tian-Hua Liu, Muhammad Syahril Mubarok
    11:40-11:50
    ND-000663 A Nine Level Inverter Topology with Linear Operation at Over-modulation Region
    Souradeep Pal, Mriganka Ghosh Majumder, Rakesh R, Ruman Kalyan Mahapatra, Gopakumar K, Umanand L
    11:50-12:00
    ND-001414 A-source Inverter-fed PMSM drive with fault-tolerant capability for Electric Vehicles
    Vivek Sharma, Subhas Mukhopadhyay, Jahangir Hossain, S.M. Nawazish Ali, Muhammad Kashif
    12:00-12:10
    ND-003611 Adaptive Fuzzy Sliding Mode based Torque and Speed Compensator for DTC IM Drive
    Abhimanyu Sahu, Kanungo Barada Mohanty, Rabi Narayan Mishra, Dipak Ranjan Nayak
    12:10-12:20
    ND-001724 Pentagon Connected Five-Phase Induction Machine Working under One–Phase Fault
    Pavel Zaskalicky
  • 13:00-14:00
  • Room 1 Keynote: Power electronics - the key technology for grid integration
    Wednesday, 17 June 2020, 13:00-14:00
    Chairs:
    Peter Palensky
    Speaker: Frede Blaabjerg (Aalborg University, Denmark)

    The energy paradigms in many countries (e.g., Germany and Denmark) have experienced a significant change from fossil-based resources to clean renewables (e.g., wind turbines and photovoltaics) in the past few decades. The scenario of highly penetrated renewables is going to be further enhanced– Denmark expects to be 100 percent fossil-free by 2050. Consequently, it is required that the production, distribution and use of the energy should be as technologically efficient as possible and incentives to save energy at the end-user should also be strengthened. In order to realize the transition smoothly and effectively, energy conversion systems, currently based on power electronics technology, will again play an essential role in this energy paradigm shift. Using highly efficient power electronics in power generation, power transmission/distribution and end-user application, together with advanced control solutions, can pave the way for renewable energies. In light of this, some of the most emerging renewable energies — , e.g., wind energy and photovoltaic, which by means of power electronics are changing character as a major part in the electricity generation —, are explored in this paper. Issues like technology development, implementation, power converter technologies, control of the systems, and synchronization are addressed. Special focuses are paid on the future trends in power electronics for those systems like how to lower the cost of energy and to develop emerging power devices and better reliability tool.
  • 14:30-15:30
  • Room 8 Electrical Machines and Industrial Drives 05
    Wednesday, 17 June 2020, 14:30-15:30
    Chairs:
    Biji Jacob
    Papers
    14:30-14:40
    ND-011002 Application of Fuzzy Unscented Kalman Filter for States and Parameter Estimation of Two-Mass Drive
    Karol Wróbel, Krzysztof Drozdz, Krzysztof Szabat
    14:40-14:50
    ND-002313 Magnetic properties of ferromagnetic materials produced by 3D multi-material printing
    Nikolaus Trnka, Johannes Rudolph, Ralf Werner
    14:50-15:00
    ND-004685 A Novel Approach for Determining Salient-Pole Synchronous Machine Magnetizing Reactances from On-line Measurements
    Iuri Monteiro, Luis Meneses, Mateus Giesbrecht
    15:00-15:10
    ND-006777 Bayesian Optimization of FCS-MPC Parameters for Reduction of Induction Motor Electromagnetic Noise
    Michal Kroneisl, Vaclav Smidl
    15:10-15:20
    ND-010049 A New Stator Winding Inter-Turn Short Circuit Fault Detection Method For Brushless Doubly Fed Induction Machine
    Mojtaba Afshar, Salman Abdi, Abolfazl Mortazavizadeh, Poria Fajri, Mohammad Ebrahimi
    15:20-15:30
    ND-009962 Position Sensorless Control Method by Using Redefined Extended Electromotive Force for All-Speed-Range Drive of IPMSM and its Evaluation on Electric Vehicle
    Kentaro Kitamura, Takumi Nimura, Shinji Doki
  • Room 6 Electrical Machines and Industrial Drives 03
    Wednesday, 17 June 2020, 14:30-15:30
    Chairs:
    Mbika Muteba
    Papers
    14:30-14:40
    ND-005401 Model Predictive Torque Control with Synchronized Sampling Frequency for High Frequency Induction Machine Drives
    Peter Stumpf, Istvan Bara
    14:40-14:50
    ND-005479 Challenges and Future Opportunities of Hairpin Technologies
    Andrea Arzillo, Pietro Braglia, Stefano Nuzzo, Davide Barater, Giovanni Franceschini, David Gerada, Chris Gerada
    14:50-15:00
    ND-005819 Zero Torque Ripple Operation of Seven-phase Concentrated-full-pitch Winding Induction Motor Under Open Circuit faults
    Shan He, Xin Sui, Dao Zhou, Frede Blaabjerg
    15:00-15:10
    ND-006947 Feasibility Design Study of High-Performance, High-Power-Density Propulsion Motor for Middle-Range Electric Aircraft
    Ahmed Hebala, Stefano Nuzzo, Giuseppe Volpe, Peter H. Connor, Paolo Giangrande, Chris Gerada, Michael Galea
    15:10-15:20
    ND-003964 Performance Evaluation of a Four-Port PM Vernier Motor for Hybrid Electric Vehicles
    Mbika Muteba
  • Room 2 Power Electronics and Energy Conversion 05
    Wednesday, 17 June 2020, 14:30-15:30
    Chairs:
    Mamoru Sasaki
    Papers
    14:30-14:40
    ND-009318 Robustness Analysis and Design of Delay-based PLL for Single-Phase Inverters with Resonant Current Controller in Weak Grid
    Shenyiyang Bian, Jinming Xu, Qiang Qian, Shaojun Xie
    14:40-14:50
    ND-009369 Comparison of switching performance between GaN and SiC MOSFET via 13.56MHz Half-bridge Inverter
    Yi Xiong, Aoi Oyane, Tengfei Ou, Senanayake Thilak, Jun Imaoka, Masayoshi Yamamoto
    14:50-15:00
    ND-009954 An Inductive Power Transfer System Case Study: Large Gap in Low Power Wireless Power Supply
    Alexis A. Narvaez Acaro, Claudio Carretero, Jesus Acero, Jose Miguel Burdio
    15:00-15:10
    ND-010383 Identification of the Strong IGBT Switching Spikes
    Zhihao Yu, Yevgen Biletskiy, Liuchen Chang
    15:10-15:20
    ND-006068 Analysis of Common Mode Noise Reduction Mechanism in A Shielded Inductor
    Mamoru Sasaki, Jun Imaoka, Masayoshi Yamamotu, Akira Nakano, Koji Fuse
    15:20-15:30
    ND-011312 DQ-Based Radial Basis Function Controller for Single-Phase PEC9 Inverter
    Mohammad Babaie, Majid Mehrasa, Mohammad Sharifzadeh, Guillaume Melis, Kamal Al-Haddad
  • Room 4 Power Systems and Smart Grids 04
    Wednesday, 17 June 2020, 14:30-15:30
    Chairs:
    Shah Fahad
    Papers
    14:30-14:40
    ND-010979 Power Quality Examination of Measured Data at Point of Customer Connection in Qatar
    Sertac Bayhan, Ali Elreyyah
    14:40-14:50
    ND-011096 Optimal Battery Storage Arbitrage Considering Degradation Cost in Energy Markets
    Alireza Akbari-Dibavar, Behnam Mohammadi-Ivatloo, Amajd Anvari-Moghaddam, Sayad Nojavan, Morteza Vahid Ghavidel, Joao Catalao, Miadreza Shafi-khah
    14:50-15:00
    ND-011215 Emulation of IEEE Excitation System Models Using Micro-Alternator's Excitation System
    Tanmay Mishra, Gurunath Gurrala
    15:00-15:10
    ND-001112 Online Dynamic Assessment of System Stability using Unscented Kalman Filter
    Harold Chamorro
    15:10-15:20
    ND-001147 From Grid Feeding to Grid Supporting Converters: A Constant Power Active Distribution Network Perspective
    Shah Fahad, Arman Goudarzi, Ji Xiang
    15:20-15:30
    ND-000922 Nadir Frequency Estimation in Low-Inertia Power Systems
    Harold Chamorro
  • Room 9 Control Systems and Applications 02
    Wednesday, 17 June 2020, 14:30-15:30
    Chairs:
    Tuan Linh Mai
    Marcos Cruz
    Papers
    14:30-14:40
    ND-007005 Permanent magnet synchronous motor current harmonic compensation method using model predictive control
    Vinicius Lopes Simoes, Najla Haje Obeid, Fabien Vidal-Naquet, Gianluca Zito
    14:40-14:50
    ND-008796 Contouring Control Based on Reference Adjustment and Uncertainty Compensator for Precision Motion of Industrial Feed Drive Systems
    Mathew Renny Msukwa, Enock William Nshama, Naoki Uchiyama
    14:50-15:00
    ND-009393 Distributed Real-time Power Management in Microgrids Using Multi-Agent Control with Provisions for Fault-Tolerance
    Marcos Eduardo Cruz Victorio, Behzad Kazemtabrizi, Mahmoud Shahbazi
    15:00-15:10
    ND-011347 Brushless and Magnetless Synchronous Generator for Standalone DC load with Vienna Rectifier
    Haimanti Bhattacherjee, Yalla Tirumala Rao, Chandan Chakraborty
    15:10-15:20
    ND-005584 Achieving Assisted Requirement Engineering for Building Automation using Requirement Variants
    Tuan Linh Mai, Klaus Kabitzsch
    15:20-15:30
    ND-003832 The use of factorization and multimode parametric spectra in estimating frequency and spectral parameters of signals
    Oleg Sergiyenko, Vladimir Kartashov, Valerii Semenets, Vyacheslav Tikhonov, Paolo Mercorelli, Nataliya Chmelarova, Sergiy Sheiko, Julio C. Rodríguez-Quiñonez, Wendy Flores-Fuentes
  • Room 3 Power Electronics and Energy Conversion 06
    Wednesday, 17 June 2020, 14:30-15:30
    Chairs:
    Soumya Bandyopadhyay
    Papers
    14:30-14:40
    ND-009776 Active Voltage Controlled Switching of the Power GaN HEMT
    Patrick R. Palmer, Jiacheng Wang, Edward Shelton
    14:40-14:50
    ND-011479 Gate Drivers Techniques and Solutions for GaN HEMTs in High Frequency Applications
    Wei-Ren Lin, Wilmar Martinez, Camilo Suarez, Kazuhiro Umetani
    14:50-15:00
    ND-011193 Comparison of Two and Three-Level DC-AC Converters for a 100 kW Battery Energy Storage System
    Marco Stecca, Thiago Batista Soeiro, Laura Ramirez Elizondo, Pavol Bauer, Peter Palensky
    15:00-15:10
    ND-005789 Modulation Strategy for a HV-DAB driving DE Transducers considering Resonant Transitions
    Samuel Junglas, Jürgen Maas
    15:10-15:20
    ND-008966 Robustness and Harmonics Suppression of Grid-Connected Inverters with Different Grid Voltage Feedforward Compensations in Weak Grid
    Yuan Hu, Jinming Xu, Hao Qian, Shenyiyang Bian, Shaojun Xie
    15:20-15:30
    ND-005592 Multi-Physics Analysis of Electromagnetic Valves Based on Volumetric Energy Conversion
    Morgan Kiani, Minxiang Wu
  • Room 5 Power Systems and Smart Grids 05
    Wednesday, 17 June 2020, 14:30-15:30
    Chairs:
    Zain Riaz
    Papers
    14:30-14:40
    ND-009423 Dynamic State Estimation of Generator Using PMU Data with Unknown Inputs
    Yonggu Lee, Seon Hyeog Kim, Gyul Lee, Yong-June Shin
    14:40-14:50
    ND-003603 Hybrid Diagnostic Techniques for High Voltage On-Load Tap Changers
    Zain Riaz, Peter Wouters, Fahim Riaz, Peter van der Wielen, Jos M. Wetzer
    14:50-15:00
    ND-006254 Dynamic Behavior Analysis and Control of Reactive Electric Springs
    Stefano Giacomuzzi, Giuseppe Buja, Qingsong Wang, Manuele Bertoluzzo
    15:00-15:10
    ND-010197 Exploring The Practicality Of Huang-Hilbert Transform For NILM Feature Extraction
    Alaa Saleh, Dirk Benyoucef, Djaffar Ould Abdeslam
    15:10-15:20
    ND-011371 A technical assessment on photovoltaic power generation under varying weather profile – Northumbria university pilot
    Rahul R Urs, Zunaib Ali, Mousa Marzband, Komal Saleem, Behnam Mohammadi-ivatloo, Amjad Anvari-Moghaddam
    15:20-15:30
    ND-009431 Optimal energy management and economic analysis of a grid-interactive PV with battery storage system in Cape Town
    Kanzumba Kusakana
  • Room 10 Control Systems and Applications 03
    Wednesday, 17 June 2020, 14:30-15:30
    Chairs:
    Marc René Lotz
    Papers
    14:30-14:40
    ND-006262 Parameter Estimation With Continuous-Discrete Extended Kalman Filters Using Implicit Integration Methods
    Jean-Marie Guihal, François Auger, Emmanuel Schaeffer, Nicolas Bernard
    14:40-14:50
    ND-008443 Load Frequency-Based Power Management for Shipboard DC Hybrid Power Systems
    Kiyoune Kwon, Daeseong Park, Mehdi Zadeh
    14:50-15:00
    ND-002291 Hardware-in-the-Loop Setup for Low Voltage Modular Multilevel Converter Control Development
    Marc René Lotz, Mirko Kohn, Timur ÖZnur, Martin Könemund
    15:00-15:10
    ND-005053 Modeling and Simulation of a Single Gain Tuning ADRC Controller in Matlab/Simulink
    Mohammad Kia, Pouya Mansouri, Ali Javdani
    15:10-15:20
    ND-006157 Grid-Connected Shunt Active Photovoltaic Filter
    Mohamad Alaaeddin Alali, Zakaria Sabiri, Yuri B Shtessel, Jean-Pierre Barbot
    15:20-15:30
    ND-004553 Dynamic analysis of the governor’s speed controller for the Francis turbine of the Marcel Laniado de Wind Hydroelectric Power Plant
    Javier Urquizo, Elio Sanchez, Ronald Garcia
  • Room 1 Power Electronics and Energy Conversion 04
    Wednesday, 17 June 2020, 14:30-15:30
    Chairs:
    Fernanda Carnielutti
    Papers
    14:30-14:40
    ND-006718 Theoretical Analysis of the AC Current Ripple in Three-Phase Four-Leg Sinusoidal PWM Inverters
    Aleksandr Viatkin, Riccardo Mandrioli, Manel Hammami, Mattia Ricco, Gabriele Grandi
    14:40-14:50
    ND-007072 Output Impedance Compensation of a Cascaded Advanced AC-Simulator
    Peter Jonke, Markus Makoschitz, Sumanta Biswas, Johannes Stöckl, Hans Ertl
    14:50-15:00
    ND-007897 A Modified CPS-PWM for Capacitor Voltage Ripples Reduction of Modular Multilevel Converter Based Variable Speed Drive
    Safia Bashir, Hasan Zidan, Zulfiqar Memon
    15:00-15:10
    ND-008311 Mitigation Zero-crossing Distortion of Active Neutral-Point-Clamped Rectifier with Improved Hybrid PWM Technique
    Mohammad Najjar, Morten Nymand, Alireza Kouchaki
    15:10-15:20
    ND-001406 Cost Function Design for Stable Performance of Modulated Model Predictive Control for Grid-Tied Inverters
    Fernanda Carnielutti, Jordan Zucuni, Margarita Norambuena, Jose Rodriguez, Humberto Pinheiro
    15:20-15:30
    ND-009873 High Frequency Three-phase 5-level T-type DC-DC Converter Using SiC MOSFETs
    Amin Ashraf Gandomi, Leila Parsa
  • Room 7 Electrical Machines and Industrial Drives 04
    Wednesday, 17 June 2020, 14:30-15:30
    Chairs:
    Vincenzo Madonna
    Papers
    14:30-14:40
    ND-008699 Dynamic Analysis of a Wind Turbine Driven Synchronous Reluctance Generator with Three-Phase Auxiliary Stator Winding
    Thuso Karen Mulelu, Mbika Muteba
    14:40-14:50
    ND-009512 Research on Efficiency Interval Distribution of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor for Electric Vehicle Based on Operation Data Statistics
    Hai Yu, Junjun Deng, Zhenpo Wang, Shuo Wang
    14:50-15:00
    ND-010901 Application of the Multi-Layer Observer for a Two-Mass Drive System
    Krzysztof Szabat, Anita Tokarczyk, Karol Wróbel, Seiichiro Katsura
    15:00-15:10
    ND-003638 Analysis and Modelling of High Frequency Effects on Synchronous Generator’s Armature Conductors
    Quadir H. Quadri, Stefano Nuzzo, Chris Gerada, Michael Galea
    15:10-15:20
    ND-005312 Improving Performance and Extending Lifetime of PMSMs via Advanced End-Winding Cooling
    Vincenzo Madonna, Cosimo Spagnolo, Paolo Giangrande, Michael Galea

Thursday, 18 June 2020

    11:30-12:30
  • Room 8 SS Wireless Charging of Electric Vehicles 01
    Thursday, 18 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Nils van der Blij
    Thiago Batista Soeiro
    The electrification of personal and public transportation has been an unavoidable trend. How to charge the increasing number of electric vehicles conveniently and efficiently becomes a technical challenge. Compared with the traditional charging via cables, wireless charging is gaining interest from both scientific and industrial communities. However, there are many technical challenges to solve to enable safe, reliable and efficient wireless charging, especially related to misalignment and electromagnetic field (EMF) radiation. This special session will focus on solving technical challenges in wireless charging of electric vehicles.
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-002763 Modeling and Analysis of None-Series Compensation for Inductive Wireless Power Transfer Links
    Dmitry Baimel, Martin Mellincovsky, Moshe Sitbon, Yegal Darhovsky, Alon Kuperman
    11:40-11:50
    ND-003387 Output Voltage Range of a NS-Compensated Inductive WPTL in Load Independent Regime
    Dmitry Baimel, Martin Mellincovsky, Moshe Sitbon, Yegal Darhovsky, Alon Kuperman
    11:50-12:00
    ND-003735 FEA-Assisted Optimization Design of Asymmetric DD Type Structure Magnetic Coupler for Wireless Electric Vehicle Charger
    Lantian Li, Zhenpo Wang, Feng Gao, Junjun Deng, Shuo Wang
    12:00-12:10
    ND-003794 Evaluation of Capacitive Power Transfer for Small Vessels Charging Applications
    Hussein Mahdi Al-Sallami, Bjarte Hoff, Trond ØStrem
  • Room 6 Factory Automation and Industrial Informatics
    Thursday, 18 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Stefano De Blasi
    Witold Pawlus
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-002089 Next generation control units simplifying industrial machine learning
    Stefano De Blasi, Elmar Engels
    11:40-11:50
    ND-002364 Supply Chain Optimization to Mitigate Electronic Components Shortage in Manufacturing of Telecommunications Network Equipment
    Agata Migalska, Witold Pawlus
    11:50-12:00
    ND-002828 Survey on Security Concepts to Adapt Flexible Manufacturing and Operations Management based upon Multi-Agent Systems
    Sebastian Braun, Chi-Tsun Cheng, Steve Dowey, Jörg Wollert
    12:00-12:10
    ND-003247 Automatic Industry PCB Board DIP Process Defect Detection with Deep Ensemble Method
    Yu Ting Li, Paul Kuo, Jiun-In Guo
    12:10-12:20
    ND-003875 Integrating 2D and 3D Digital Plant Information Towards Automatic Generation of Digital Twins
    Seppo Sierla, Mohammad Azangoo, Alexander Fay, Valeriy Vyatkin, Nikolaos Papakonstantinou
  • Room 2 Renewable Electric Energy Conversion Processing and Storage 01
    Thursday, 18 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Salvatore Musumeci
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-011355 Technical Assessment of Large Scale PEM Electrolyzers as Flexibility Service Providers
    Digvijay Gusain, Milos Cvetkovic, Ron Bentvelsen, Peter Palensky
    11:40-11:50
    ND-011207 Monolithic Bi-directional Switch Based on GaN Gate Injection Transistors
    Salvatore Musumeci, Fausto Stella, Marco Panizza, Francois Perraud
    11:50-12:00
    ND-009822 Investigation of Modular Multilevel Converters for E-STATCOM Applications
    Frederik Hahn, Luis Camurca, Marco Liserre
    12:00-12:10
    ND-009083 Flexible Active/Reactive Power Ripple Control of Grid-Connected Voltage Source Converters under Unbalance Conditions
    Kambiz Adnani, Sadegh Vaez-Zadeh, Alireza Jabbarnejad
    12:10-12:20
    ND-005649 Optimization of Marine Current Turbines Arrangement Using a Genetic Algorithm – Application to the Fromveur Strait (France)
    Eyman Fakhri, Jérôme Thiebot, Salvy Bourguet, Mohamed Machmoum, Hamid Gualous
    12:20-12:30
    ND-011169 Power Sharing Management of a PEC9-based Microgrid by Feedback-Feedforward Control Strategy
    Majid Mehrasa, Mohammad Sharifzadeh, Mohammad Babaie, Kamal Al-Haddad
  • Room 4 Sensors, Actuators and Micro-/Nanotechnology
    Thursday, 18 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Mohammadamir Ghaderi
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-000574 Sensor Fault Identification in Mechatronic Systems Described by Linear and Nonlinear Models
    Alexey Zhirabok, Alexander Zuev, Alexey Shumsky
    11:40-11:50
    ND-004065 Application of Differential Evolution to Mono-objective Tuning of Vibration Spectrum Analyzers based on Microelectromechanical Systems
    Yara Quilles Marinho, Fabiano Fruett, Mateus Giesbrecht
    11:50-12:00
    ND-006203 Towards Factory Schedule based Adaptation for Reliable Networking in Industrial IoT
    Sabari Nathan Anbalagan, Fatjon Seraj, Paul Havinga
    12:00-12:10
    ND-007927 Impedance Spectroscopy for Enhanced Data Collection of Conductometric Soot Sensors
    Luke M. Middelburg, Mohammadamir Ghaderi, David Bilby, Jaco H. Visser, Guo Qi Zhang, Reinoud F. Wolffenbuttel
    12:10-12:20
    ND-009636 Self-Cleaning Micro-Windows for In-Tailpipe Optical Exhaust Gas Measurements
    Amir Ghaderi, Luke M. Middelburg, David Bilby, Jaco H. Visser, Per Lundgren, Peter Enoksson, Reinoud F. Wolffenbuttel
    12:20-12:30
    ND-001597 Cubature Kalman Filtering Fusing Expectation-maximization Method for Attitude Determination Applied to Underwater Glider
    Haoqian Huang, Guangsheng Wu, Jiacheng Tang
  • Room 9 SS PV Systems and other Distributed Energy Resources in Grids Challenges Monitoring and Power Quality Assessment
    Thursday, 18 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Sónia Pinto
    Cédric Caruana
    The high penetration of PVs in medium and low voltage distribution grids is creating some challenges in the grid management and operation as reverse power flow, Power Quality (PQ) issues, and increased complexity in the definition of protection settings. Problems as voltage rise, frequency variation and high frequency harmonic emission are more likely and might result in the noncompliance with international standards. Therefore, to overcome these issues new approaches to integrate these and other Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) in the grid are required.
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-000736 A Mathematical Method for Induction Generator Based Wind Power Plant Sizing and Siting in Distribution Network
    Seyed Morteza Alizadeh, Akhtar Kalam, Cagil Ozansoy, Sakineh Sadeghipour
    11:40-11:50
    ND-002658 Improved droop control based on State-of-Charge in DC microgrid
    Wen Wang, Meina Zhou, Hongwei Jiang, Zekun Chen, Qingsong Wang
    11:50-12:00
    ND-005568 AC Voltage Profile Analysis of Cables and Bus Bars for BIPV DC Feeders
    Simon Ravyts, Thomas Roose, Giel Van den Broeck, Jef Beerten, Johan Driesen
    12:00-12:10
    ND-007285 An Assessment of Different Load Demands on Photovoltaic plus Battery Storage System Profitability: A Case Study of Australia
    Rafah Alarrouqi, Omar Ellabban, Luluwah Al-Fagih
    12:10-12:20
    ND-011304 Field Measurements of Non-intentional Emissions above 2 kHz in Photovoltaic Inverter Installations
    Rafael Kotchetkoff Carneiro, Joao I. Y. Ota, Jose Antenor Pomilio
    12:20-12:30
    ND-010235 A Standalone Photovoltaic System Based On The SPUC5 Inverter
    Hind El Ouardi, Ayoub El Gadari, Youssef Ounejjar, Kamal Al-Haddad, Salaheddine Alibou
  • Room 3 Mechatronics and Robotics 01
    Thursday, 18 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Raúl Lora Rivera
    Gerasimos Rigatos
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-000183 Nonlinear optimal control for the 3-DOF laboratory helicopter
    Gerasimos Rigatos, Patrice Wira, Mohammed Assaad Hamida, Masoud Abbaszadeh, Jorge Pomares
    11:40-11:50
    ND-000612 Microscale Precision of 6DOF Localization Rectification of Low-End Stereo Vision Using Deep Learning
    Ramy Farag, Mohamed Saad, Hassan Emara, Ahmed Bahgat
    11:50-12:00
    ND-005398 Variable-horizon based Model Predictive Control for Tele-operation with Time-varying Delay
    Yutaka Uchimura, Hiroki Arai, Hiroki Nagakura
    12:00-12:10
    ND-005428 Object stiffness recognition with descriptors given by an FPGA-based tactile sensor
    Raúl Lora-Rivera, José Antonio Luna-Cortés, Arturo de Guzmán-Manzano, Paula Ruiz-Barroso, Julián Castellanos-Ramos, ÓScar Oballe-Peinado, Fernando Vidal-Verdú
    12:10-12:20
    ND-005606 Fine Torsion Torque Control for Geared Motors by a State-Reference-Dependent Variable-Order Friction Observer
    Juan Padron, Yusuke Kawai, Yuki Yokokura, Kiyoshi Ohishi, Toshimasa Miyazaki
    12:20-12:30
    ND-007528 Task-space Zero Impedance Control of three-Degree-of-Freedom flexible manipulator based on disturbance observer
    Wonbum Yun, Deokjin Lee, Sehoon Oh
  • Room 5 Engineering Education
    Thursday, 18 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Necibe Fusun Oyman Serteller
    Jianning Dong
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-005711 Study on a Direct Current Motor Using Control Analysis Methods
    Necibe fusun Oyman Serteller
    11:40-11:50
    ND-005746 Understanding Switched Reluctance Motor Analysis using ANSYS/Maxwell
    Necibe Fusun Oyman Serteller, Bekir Gecer
    11:50-12:00
    ND-005886 A Continuous Design PBL Machinery Slide Table System Project in Control Engineering
    Sheng Qiang, Liguo Tan, Xiaoping Shi, Bin Zhou, Yurong Li, Mingda Ma
    12:00-12:10
    ND-006076 Teaching Digitalization and Systems Modeling for Virtual Commissioning Using Virtual Labs
    Michael Dietz, Barbara Meissner, Ronald Schmidt-Vollus
    12:10-12:20
    ND-006491 Online Laboratory Sessions for the Education of Electrical Machines and Drives
    Jianning Dong, Thiago Soeiro, Joris Koeners, Pavol Bauer
  • Room 10 SS Challenges and Solutions Towards Fully Power Electronic Converter Based Power Systems
    Thursday, 18 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Thiago Batista Soeiro
    Francisco Gonzalez-Longatt
    Power systems are currently facing major challenges as never before, one of them is the transition from large directly coupled synchronous generators (SGs) to smaller generation units, interfaced via power electronic converters (PECs) connected to different types of devices, including renewable energy based generation, energy storage, and demand. Due to the physical characteristics of these devices and the fact that they are typically connected via PECs to the system, their interaction with the traditional power system is substantially different from the interaction of the traditional plants that use steam and hydro turbines. For instance, one of the substantial differences is related to the capacity of response to power imbalances. Many of the challenges related to future power systems with low-inertia and low short circuit power have been highlighted in the scientific literature in recent times. However, as the penetration of PEC-interfaced generation units is increasing in the power system several aspects require more research. This special session is looking into challenges and solutions to of nearly 100% power converter-based power systems.
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-000833 Hardware-in-the-loop based testing of wind turbine controllers for transient stability enhancement
    Zameer Ahmad, Stelios Papadakis, Arcadio Perilla, Jose Rueda Torres, Mart van der Meijden
    11:40-11:50
    ND-006416 Under-Frequency Load Shedding in Mongolia: Simulation Assessment Considering Inertia Scenarios
    Choidorj Adiyabazar, Martha N. Acosta, Francisco Gonzalez-Longatt, Jose Rueda, Peter Palensky
    11:50-12:00
    ND-006424 Improvement of the Frequency Response Indicators by Optimal UFLS Scheme Settings
    Martha N. Acosta, Choidorj Adiyabazar, Francisco Gonzalez-Longatt, Jose Rueda, Peter Palensky
    12:00-12:10
    ND-008532 Analysis of Stray Current Corrosion on Buried Pipeline due to HVDC Grounding Current
    Zhongtian Li, Mohamad Ghaffarian Niasar, Mohsen Kavian, Frank de Wild
    12:10-12:20
    ND-009946 Evaluation of Phase Imbalance Compensation for Mitigating DFIG-Series Capacitor Interaction
    Vinay Sewdien, Jose Rueda Torres
  • Room 1 Control Systems and Applications 04
    Thursday, 18 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Arturo Buscarino
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-003581 Stochastic resonance in imperfect electromechanical systems
    Maide Bucolo, Arturo Buscarino, Carlo Famoso, Luigi Fortuna
    11:40-11:50
    ND-003816 Algorithm for generating refined frequency estimates in atmospheric radio sounding systems
    Vladimir Kartashov, Marina Kolendovska, Yelyzaveta Tolstykh, Ocsana Konovalenko, Wilmar Hernandez, Vera Tyrsa, Daniel Hernández-Balbuena, Mykhailo Ivanov, Viktor Melnyk
    11:50-12:00
    ND-003883 State estimation with partial random walk
    Chao Cheng, Weijun Wang, Guoli Cheng, Wanxiu Teng
    12:00-12:10
    ND-004693 Control of Neimark-Sacker Bifurcation in One Cycle Controlled Cuk Converters
    YongLiang Guo, QingHua Wu, Lei Wang
    12:10-12:20
    ND-006343 Reduction Grid Background Harmonics in Three-Phase Inverters by applying a Sliding Mode Control
    Daniel Memije, Oscar Carranza, Jaime Jose Rodriguez, Ruben Ortega, Francisco Emilio Rodarte
    12:20-12:30
    ND-009555 Iterative Approach for Parameter Estimation in DC Motor Based Motion Systems
    Theekshana Wijewardhana, Esala Senevirathne, Harsha Abeykoon
  • Room 7 SS Machine Vision Control and Navigation 01
    Thursday, 18 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Oleg Sergiyenko
    Julio C. Rodríguez-Quiñonez
    The integration of machine vision, navigation algorithms, communication in robotic groups, and control has become an important challenge for autonomous robot navigation. Moreover, enhanced machine vision systems such as those developed through deep neural networks constantly provide new applications. Accordingly, it is an important task to determine the most effective approaches of machine vision. Although our primary interest is in automatic systems in all their aspects, several control, communication and navigation applications have close relations with these systems. Each contribution, applications or innovations, for any of these fields are welcome in this special session.
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-001848 A different approach to solving the PBVS control problem
    Adrian Burlacu, Daniel Condurache
    11:40-11:50
    ND-003077 Pose Estimation of Stacked Rectangular Objects from Depth Images
    Daiki Matsuno, Ryo Hachiuma, Hideo Saito, Junichi Sugano, Hideyuki Adachi
    11:50-12:00
    ND-003727 A Lean Convolutional Neural Network for Vehicle Classification
    Jonathan J. Sanchez, Julio C. Rodríguez, Luis R. Ramírez, Gabriel Trujillo, Guillermo Galaviz, Daniel Hernández, Wendy Flores, Wilmar Hernández, Félix F. Gonzalez, Paolo Mercorelli
    12:00-12:10
    ND-003921 Experimental estimation of the frequency response of an optical system implementing the phase triangulation method
    Sergey V. Dvoynishnikov, Vitaly V. Rakhmanov, Grigory V. Bakakin
    12:10-12:20
    ND-003948 Method Of Structured Image Decoding At Nonlinearity Of The Source–Receiver Path Of Optical Radiation
    Sergey V. Dvoynishnikov, Vladimir G. Meledin, Ivan K. Kabardin
  • 13:00-14:00
  • Room 1 Keynote: Energy Storage - Overview and Research
    Thursday, 18 June 2020, 13:00-14:00
    Chairs:
    Pavol Bauer
    Speaker: Claudio Cañizares (University of Waterloo, Canada)

    As the penetration of renewable generation increases in power systems, issues such as grid stiffness, larger frequency deviations, and grid stability are becoming more relevant. In this context, Energy Storage Systems (ESSs) are proving to be effective in facilitating the integration of renewable resources, and thus are being widely deployed in both microgrids and large power grids. This talk will review several energy storage technologies, particularly Compress Air Energy Storage (CAES), flywheels, thermal energy storage and batteries, and their modeling and applications for power systems. An overview will be provided of the work being carried out by Prof. Canizares’ group at the University of Waterloo on all these energy storage systems, focusing on novel models and applications in microgrids and transmission grids for system stability and control, in particular for frequency regulation.
  • 14:30-15:30
  • Room 8 SS Advanced Topologies and Control Techniques for Multilevel Converters
    Thursday, 18 June 2020, 14:30-15:30
    Chairs:
    Mohammad Sharifzadeh
    Multilevel converters including DC/AC and AC/DC are nowadays used in various industrial, commercial, and domestic applications such as grid-connected systems, rectifiers, active power filter, UPS, electrical drives, etc. This converter makes use of abundant number of power semiconductor devices that should be properly controlled to have maximum efficiency. The primary challenge is to find appropriate topology, design the suitable PWM switching techniques, and apply the appropriate controller. Moreover, since the multilevel converters have nonlinear character, closed loop based system using advanced controllers such as sliding mode, model predictive, adaptive, intelligent methods to meet the targeted application. Therefore, this special session concentrates on the lasts development of multilevel converters topologies, control and device switching techniques
    Papers
    14:30-14:40
    ND-000655 A Fifteen Concentric 30-sided Polygonal Space Vector Structure Using a Single DC-link for OEIM drive
    Rakesh R, Mriganka Ghosh Majumder, Gopakumar K, Umanand L, Leopoldo Franquelo, Jarzyna Wojciech
    14:40-14:50
    ND-002046 Inverter Control Based on Virtual Impedance Under Unbalanced Load
    Kang Ge, Zeng Fan, Ling Fang, Jiawei Chen
    14:50-15:00
    ND-002062 Passivity-Based Control Strategy for Single-Phase Three-Level T-Type PWM Rectifiers
    Hasan Komurcugil, Sertac Bayhan
    15:00-15:10
    ND-005444 Predictive Control on Multilevel Back-to-Back Cascade H-Bridge Driving an Induction Motor
    Victor Manuel Riva de Oliveira, Renner Sartório Camargo, Emilio José Bueno Peña, Lucas Frizera Encarnação
    15:10-15:20
    ND-005452 A Novel Cascaded Multilevel Converter Topology Based on Three-Phase Cells with Model Predictive Control
    Renner Sartório Camargo, Daniel Santamargarita Mayor, Lucas De Mingo Fernandes, Alvar Mayor Miguel, Emilio José Bueno Peña, Lucas Frizera Encarnação
    15:20-15:30
    ND-005576 Modified carriers pulse width modulation for cascaded H-bridge inverters
    Juhamatti Korhonen, Heikki Järvisalo, Mikko Nykyri, William Giewont, Dan Isaksson, Janne Hannonen, Pertti Silventoinen
  • Room 6 Industrial Informatics and Cloud Computing
    Thursday, 18 June 2020, 14:30-15:30
    Chairs:
    Nelson Rodrigues
    Papers
    14:30-14:40
    ND-002496 Modeling and Predicting an Industrial Process Using a Neural Network and Automation Data
    Mikko Nykyri, Mikko Kuisma, Jukka Hallikas, Mika Immonen, Pertti Silventoinen
    14:40-14:50
    ND-005797 Deployment of a Smart and Predictive Maintenance System in an Industrial Case Study
    Filipe Alves, Hasmik Badikyan, Antonio Moreira, Joao Azevedo, Pedro Moreira, Luis Romero, Paulo Leitao
    14:50-15:00
    ND-005908 Low-Information-Loss Anonymization of Trajectory Data Considering Map Information
    Masahiro Hashimoto, Ryo Morishima, Hiroaki Nishi
    15:00-15:10
    ND-007994 Modular Data Acquisition Architecture for Thin-Film Sensors Surfaces
    Nelson Rodrigues, José Lima, Pedro Rodrigues, José Carvalho, Jorge Laranjeira, Wellington Maidana, Paulo Leitão
    15:10-15:20
    ND-005975 Braille Block Recognition Using Convolutional Neural Network and Guide for Visually Impaired People
    Toshiaki Okamoto, Tomoyuki Shimono, Yuichi Tsuboi, Mayuko Izumi, Yousuke Takano
  • Room 2 Renewable Electric Energy Conversion Processing and Storage 03
    Thursday, 18 June 2020, 14:30-15:30
    Chairs:
    Aditya Shekhar
    Papers
    14:30-14:40
    ND-001716 Maximum Power Point Tracking Based Model Predictive Control and Extended Kalman Filter Using Single Voltage Sensor for PV Systems
    Mostafa Ahmed, Mohamed Abdelrahem, Christoph M. Hackl, Ralph Kennel
    14:40-14:50
    ND-003972 Efficient Electro-Mechanical Conversion System in Bladeless Wind Turbines
    Ashwani Gautam, Sanga Sai Srinivas, A.V. Ravi Teja
    14:50-15:00
    ND-005967 Capacity Loss Reduction using Smart-Battery Management System for Li-ion Battery Energy Storage Systems
    Dulmini Karunathilake, Mahinda Vilathgamuwa, Yateendra Mishra, Troy Farrell, San Shing Choi
    15:00-15:10
    ND-009156 A Comparative Study of Control Methods for Grid Side Converters in PMSG-Based Wind Energy Conversion Systems
    Mohammad Sadegh Eslahi, Sadegh Vaez-Zadeh, Alireza Jabbarnejad
    15:10-15:20
    ND-008184 Design of a Cost Optimized Hybrid Renewable Energy system for Impressed Current Cathodic Protection
    Kanzumba Kusakana
    15:20-15:30
    ND-005533 Multi-cell SOC estimation for Li-Ion battery applied to an energy storage system
    Juliana Cintra Miranda de Souza Aranha, Mateus Giesbrecht
  • Room 4 Advanced Transportation Technologies
    Thursday, 18 June 2020, 14:30-15:30
    Chairs:
    Miguel Robayo
    Christian A. Rojas
    Papers
    14:30-14:40
    ND-003298 Identification of PEM Fuel cell system model for traction chain based on profile mission measurement
    Saba Amirdehi, Baptiste Trajin, Paul-Etienne Vidal, Johana Vally, Didier Colin, Sylvain Tastet
    14:40-14:50
    ND-003441 Design of a Synchronous Motor with a Novel Fractional Slot Concentrated Winding for the Use as Compressor Drive in Automotive Air Conditioning
    Markus Harke
    14:50-15:00
    ND-006955 A Smart Energy Management System for Battery-Supercapacitor in Electric Vehicles based on the Discrete Wavelet Transform and Deep Learning
    Miguel Robayo, Mohammad Abusara, Markus Mueller, Suleiman Sharkh
    15:00-15:10
    ND-010472 FCS Model Predictive Torque Control with Switching Period Tracking for EV Powertrains
    Christian Rojas, Samir Kouro, Matias Aguirre, Sergio Vazquez, Héctor Young
  • Room 9 SS Advances in DataDriven Process Monitoring and Control for Complex Industrial Systems
    Thursday, 18 June 2020, 14:30-15:30
    Chairs:
    Hao Luo
    Zhiwen Chen
    In recent years, driven by the rapid advancements in electronics, information and communication technology, disruptive changes are taking place in the industrial environment. Due to the ever-increasing demands on product quality and economic benefit, not only are intelligent components and devices implemented and networked, but real-time supervision and control systems are also running in parallel. Consequently, the degree of automation in modern industrial systems is continuously growing. This fact challenges scientists and engineers to develop advanced process monitoring and control methodologies, using offline, stored, or online process data to solve optimal process monitoring and control issues. This Special Session aims to provide a forum for researchers and industrial engineers to exchange their latest results on data-driven process monitoring and control techniques, and to discuss the vital issues, challenges and possible future trends in modern large-scale industrial systems. The papers to be accepted in this Special Session are expected to provide the latest developments in data-driven design approaches, especially new theoretical results with practical applications.
    Papers
    14:30-14:40
    ND-001694 An Improved Simultaneous Fault Diagnosis Method based on Cohesion Evaluation and BP-MLL for Rotating Machinery
    Yixuan Zhang, Yu Han, Rui Yang, Dongke Su, Yiqi Wang, Yun Di, Qidong Lu, Mengjie Huang
    14:40-14:50
    ND-003131 A Probabilistic Finite State Automata-based Fault Detection Method for Traction Motor
    Tao Peng, Liuxiang Dai, Zhiwen Chen, ChengLei Ye, Xia Peng
    14:50-15:00
    ND-003182 Temperature Balancing Method Based on FCS-M2PC for Three-level Inverters
    Tao Peng, Feiran Xie, Chao Yang, Zhiwen Chen, Chunhua Yang
    15:00-15:10
    ND-004162 Data-driven Sensor Fault Estimation for the Wind Turbine Systems
    Reihane Rahimilarki, Zhiwei Gao, Nanlin Jin, Richard Binns, Aihua Zhang
    15:10-15:20
    ND-004308 A Data-Driven Fault Detection Scheme for Complex Industrial Systems Using Riemannian Metric and Randomized Algorithms
    Han Yu, Shuting Yang, Steven X. Ding, Zhongcheng Dai, Shen Yin
    15:20-15:30
    ND-008397 Ontology-Based Model Identification of Industrial Energy Systems
    Gernot Steindl, Wolfgang Kastner
  • Room 3 Mechatronics and Robotics 02
    Thursday, 18 June 2020, 14:30-15:30
    Chairs:
    Gabor Sziebig
    Papers
    14:30-14:40
    ND-009806 UAV path automation using visual waypoints acquired from the ground
    Fabio Luiz Junior, Leandro A. S. Moreira, Erick Menezes Moreira, Thiago J. M. Baldivieso, Martin S. Brunaes, Paulo F. F. Rosa
    14:40-14:50
    ND-010022 A tenacity learning algorithm for humanoid robot locomotion based on the human gait cycle
    Fábio Suim Chagas, Luis David Peregrino de Farias, Matheus Bozza, Paulo Fernando Ferreira Rosa
    14:50-15:00
    ND-010995 Precise Optimization of Robotic Bipedal Walking Using Hamiltonian Dynamics
    Rodrigo Matos Carnier, Yasutaka Fujimoto
    15:00-15:10
    ND-011118 Evaluating the Performances of the Agoraphilic Navigation Algorithm under Dead-Lock Situations
    Hasitha Hewawasam, Yousef Ibrahim, Gayan Kahandawa, Tanveer Choudhury
    15:10-15:20
    ND-009601 Automated Stacking and Screwing of Low Volume Electromechanical Products with Industrial Robot
    Johan Fahlstrom, Gabor Sziebig
    15:20-15:30
    ND-007196 Evaluating a Visual Simultaneous Localization and Mapping Solution on Embedded Platforms
    Paulo Rosa, Leandro Moreira, Luiz Renault, João Carvalho, Onias Castelo, João Bacelar
  • Room 5 Electronic Systems-on-Chip & Embedded Systems
    Thursday, 18 June 2020, 14:30-15:30
    Chairs:
    Timo Mai
    Philipp Grothe
    Papers
    14:30-14:40
    ND-000825 A 5V, 20MHz Bandwidth, fully differential Operational Amplifier with 70V/us Slew Rate and 205ns/30ns enable/disable time in 180nm CMOS
    Timo Mai, Robert Weigel
    14:40-14:50
    ND-007978 Controlling Real Memristors in Embedded Systems
    Philipp Grothe, Jan Haase
    14:50-15:00
    ND-010081 Compensation Scheme for High Bandwidth LDOs with Large Parasitic ESL
    Cristina Azcona, Santiago Iriarte
    15:00-15:10
    ND-006475 Turbo Parametric Spectral Estimation Method of Clutter Profile for Adaptive Radar Detection
    Berna Eraslan, Gökhan Muzaffer Güvensen, Yalcin Tanik
    15:10-15:20
    ND-006661 A Fully-Integrated Efficient Power Management System for Micro-Scale Biomedical Applications
    Mahmoud Kamel, Basem Abdelmagid, Ahmed Mohieldin
    15:20-15:30
    ND-008249 Plant Growth Prediction through Intelligent Embedded Sensing
    Sergey Nesteruk, Dmitrii Shadrin, Vladislav Kovalenko, Antonio Rodriguez-Sanchez, Andrey Somov
  • Room 10 SS Energy Storage Systems for Resilience and Robustness Improvement in Smart Grid and Electric Mobility
    Thursday, 18 June 2020, 14:30-15:30
    Chairs:
    Alfonso Damiano
    Chengbin Ma
    The fast and massive deployment of distributed generation and e-mobility based on smart and micro grid concepts is contributing to change the configuration of the energy system significantly. However, the power quality and energy management issues, related to intermittency of generation and electricity demand due to the integration of renewable energy sources and the e-mobility, are increasing the request of flexibility, dynamic performance, robustness and resilience in the energy management of microgrids. Energy Storage Systems (ESS) play a key role in this scenario both for the successful implementation of smart grids and for improving their robustness, reliability and resilience. The main objective of this special session is to share new developments in the design of ESSs and of their management/integration in the power system to improve the resilience and the robustness of both electric mobility, micro-grid and smart grid applications.
    Papers
    14:30-14:40
    ND-001864 Control Scheme for a Hybrid Energy Storage System Employed in a Grid-Tied DC Nano-grid
    Zaid Zaid, Luiz Lopes
    14:40-14:50
    ND-004545 A Comparison of Ensemble Machine Learning Techniques for the Estimate of Residual Capacity of Li-Ion Batteries
    Antonio Guarino, Walter Zamboni, Eric Monmasson
    14:50-15:00
    ND-008923 Bi-level Distribution Network Planning Integrated with Energy Storage to PV-Connected Network
    Ali Ashoornezhad, Hamid Falaghi, Mojtaba Yousefi, Amin Hajizadeh
    15:00-15:10
    ND-009571 Analysis of ECM-based Li-Ion Battery State and Parameter Estimation Accuracy in the Presence of OCV and Polarization Dynamics Modeling Errors
    Filip Maletic, Josko Deur
    15:10-15:20
    ND-009458 State of Health Estimation of Li-Ion Batteries Using Multi-Input LSTM with Optimal Sequence Length
    Si Joong Kim, Seon Hyeog Kim, Hyeong Min Lee, Sue Hyang Lim, Gu-Young Kwon, Yong-June Shin
    15:20-15:30
    ND-009008 An Optimal ZigBee Wireless Sensor Network Design for Energy Storage System
    Yucheng Liu, Yang Wei, Hao Wang, Hongxu Zhu, Yuk Tak Chow, Kim Fung Tsang
  • Room 1 Renewable Electric Energy Conversion Processing and Storage 02
    Thursday, 18 June 2020, 14:30-15:30
    Chairs:
    Joan Oliver
    Papers
    14:30-14:40
    ND-006327 A Full-Bridge Partial-Power Processing Converter Applied to Small Wind Turbines Systems
    Anderson Jose Balbino, Moises Carlos Tanca-Villanueva, Telles Brunelli Lazzarin
    14:40-14:50
    ND-006548 A Reconfigurable Dual-Output Energy Harvesting System with MPPT and Storage Capability
    Basem Abdelmagid, Mahmoud Kamel, Ahmed Mohieldin
    14:50-15:00
    ND-009687 Resonant Controller Design for Converters in the Synchronous Reference Frame for Applications in Wind Power Generation Systems
    Francisco Emilio Rodarte, Oscar Carranza, Jaime Jose Rodriguez, Ruben Ortega, Daniel Memije
    15:00-15:10
    ND-006238 Waste Heat Recovery Unit for Energy Intensive Industries Thermoelectricity Harvesting
    Joan Oliver, Roger Malet, Raul Aragones, Ramon Voces, Carles Ferrer
    15:10-15:20
    ND-010448 Maximization of Renewable Power Generation for Optimal Operation of the Egyptian Grid
    Hady H. Fayek, Omar H. Abdalla
    15:20-15:30
    ND-010987 Fault Detection in Photovoltaic Arrays via Sparse Representation Classifier
    Heybet Kilic, Behnam Khaki, Bilal Gumus, Musa Yilmaz, Peter Palensky
  • Room 7 SS Machine Vision Control and Navigation 02
    Thursday, 18 June 2020, 14:30-15:30
    Chairs:
    Jianning Dong
    Gautham Chandra Ram Mouli
    The integration of machine vision, navigation algorithms, communication in robotic groups, and control has become an important challenge for autonomous robot navigation. Moreover, enhanced machine vision systems such as those developed through deep neural networks constantly provide new applications. Accordingly, it is an important task to determine the most effective approaches of machine vision. Although our primary interest is in automatic systems in all their aspects, several control, communication and navigation applications have close relations with these systems. Each contribution, applications or innovations, for any of these fields are welcome in this special session.
    Papers
    14:30-14:40
    ND-005118 A comparative example between the use of PCA and MDS for image classification
    Wilmar Hernandez, Alfredo Mendez, Omar Flor-Unda, Vicente Gonzalez-Posada, Jose Luis Jimenez, Oleg Sergiyenko, Julio Cesar Rodriguez-Quiñonez, Mykhailo Ivanov, Ivan Menes Camejo, Marina Kolendovska
    14:40-14:50
    ND-006297 Classification of Vehicle Images through Deep Neural Networks for Camera View Position Selection
    Cuauhtémoc Mariscal García, Wendy Flores-Fuentes, Daniel Hernández-Balbuena, Julio C. Rodríguez-Quiñonez, Oleg Sergiyenko, Félix Fernando González Navarro, Jesús Elías Miranda-Vega
    14:50-15:00
    ND-007714 Transimpedance Amplifier for Laser Scanning System Range Extension.
    Ivan Yeniseysk Alba Corpus, Lars Lindner, Wendy Flores Fuentes, Julio C. Rodríguez Quiñonez, Oleg Sergiyenko, Fabian N. Murrieta Rico, Mykhailo Ivanov, Alexander Gurko
    15:00-15:10
    ND-009237 Deconvolution of Image Sequences with a Learning FFT-based Approach
    Iaroslav Koshelev, Andrey Somov, Stamatios Lefkimmiatis, Antonio Rodriguez-Sanchez
    15:10-15:20
    ND-010006 Geometric analysis of a laser scanner functioning based on dynamic triangulation
    Cesar Sepulveda-Valdez, Oleg Sergiyenko, Vera Tyrsa, Wendy Flores-Fuentes, Julio César Rodríguez-Quiñonez, Fabian Natanael Murrienta-Rico, Jesús Elías Miranda-Vega, Daniel Hernandez-Balbuena, Paolo Mercorelli, Marina Kolendovska

Friday, 19 June 2020

    11:30-12:30
  • Room 6 SS Sensorless Control Issues of Electrical Drives and Machines
    Friday, 19 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Imen Bahri
    Marco Palmieri
    Sensorless algorithms for driving electrical drives and machines have found wide application either in substituting the necessary sensor or in providing redundant information in case of sensor’s failure. Largely adopted techniques are either based on the exploitation of the back-electromotive force or on the exploitation of machine anisotropies. Also, signal injection techniques have found large application especially in standstill, low speed range with maximum torque production region. The implementation of such techniques is also of main importance. This session is intended to be an opportunity for practitioners to exchange on the different methods and on their real-time implementation issues.
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-001309 Effect of Eddy Currents on the Star-Point Voltage Dynamics of Synchronous Machines for Sensorless Operation
    Riccardo Mandriota, Marco Palmieri, Matthias Nienhaus, Emanuele Grasso
    11:40-11:50
    ND-003999 Robust Sensorless Direct Speed Predictive Control of Synchronous Reluctance Motor
    Ahmed Farhan, Mohamed Abdelrahem, Amr Saleh, Adel Shaltout, Ralph Kennel
    11:50-12:00
    ND-004758 Speed PMSM Control Technique using a Single Current Sensor with Random SVPWM
    Mokrane Bala, Imen Bahri, Adrien Mercier, Mohamed Khanchoul, Guillaume Krebs
    12:00-12:10
    ND-004839 A MRAS Observer for Sensorless Operation of Grid-Connected BDFRG Wind Turbines
    M. R. Agha Kashkooli, Milutin Jovanovic
    12:10-12:20
    ND-005371 Application of Star-Point Voltage Exploiting Sensorless Techniques to Low-Power PMSMs
    Riccardo Mandriota, Marco Palmieri, Matthias Nienhaus, Francesco Cupertino, Emanuele Grasso
    12:20-12:30
    ND-010391 A Variable Speed Control of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor Without Current Sensors
    Younes Azzoug, Mohamed Sahraoui, Remus Pusca, Tarek Ameid, Raphael Romary, Antonio J. Marques Cardoso
  • Room 2 SS Theory and Technology on Human Factors
    Friday, 19 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Jinhua She
    Human Factors has been primarily key concept to develop production systems, and then it is expanding to the field of human system interaction. Needless to say, human factors includes not only physical aspects but also psychology aspects. For designing the system based on human factor, it basically depends on various sensing and control technologies. In particular, robotics and intelligent system are core technology fields. The organizers, therefore, propose a Special Session to discuss some case studies with focusing on robotics, intelligent system, human support system and technologies enabling real world operation.
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-005762 Force and Impedance Control for Automatic Violin Performance
    Kodai Fujisaki, Hiroki Kurumatani, Seiichiro Katsura
    11:40-11:50
    ND-006564 Effects of Auditory Cues on Human-Robot Collaboration
    Jumpei Okimoto, Mihoko Niitsuma
    11:50-12:00
    ND-007811 Closed-loop Torque Control for Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor by Super-Twisting Algorithm Based Sliding-Mode Observer Considering Demagnetization
    Kaihui Zhao, Aojie Leng, Jinhua She, Changfan Zhang, Jing He, Tao Li
    12:00-12:10
    ND-010138 Analysis of the Reaction Time of eSports Players through the Gaze Tracking and Personality Trait
    Denis Koposov, Maria Semenova, Andrey Somov, Andey Lange, Anton Stepanov, Evgeny Burnaev
    12:10-12:20
    ND-011177 An Experimental Study on Classification of Drivers Based on Confidence and Command of Driving
    Daghan Dogan, Tankut Acarman, Seta Bogosyan
  • Room 4 SS Machine Vision Control and Navigation 03
    Friday, 19 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Oleg Sergiyenko
    Wendy Flores-Fuentes
    The integration of machine vision, navigation algorithms, communication in robotic groups, and control has become an important challenge for autonomous robot navigation. Moreover, enhanced machine vision systems such as those developed through deep neural networks constantly provide new applications. Accordingly, it is an important task to determine the most effective approaches of machine vision. Although our primary interest is in automatic systems in all their aspects, several control, communication and navigation applications have close relations with these systems. Each contribution, applications or innovations, for any of these fields are welcome in this special session.
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-006386 Wireless Adapter Module Development for Robot Communication in IoT Ecosystems
    Kevin B. Ruiz-López, Luis C. Básaca-Preciado, Moises J. Castro-Toscano, Yamel Ungson, Verónica Rojas-Mendizabal, Arnoldo Díaz-Ramírez, Wendy Flores-Fuentes
    11:40-11:50
    ND-009199 Real Time Operator Focus Monitoring System Based on a Brain-Computer Interface
    Ariel Guerra, Fernando Merchan, Danilo Caceres, Kang-Hyun Jo
    11:50-12:00
    ND-010189 Gap Based Novel Approach for Safe and Fast Obstacle Avoidance for Autonomous Platforms
    Serhat Tekin, Eren ÇAkmak, Aykut ÖZdemir, Seta Boğosyan
    12:00-12:10
    ND-000914 A Low Cost Visual Positioning System for Small Scale Tracking Experiments on Underwater Vehicles
    Shiming He, Yubin Liu, Ji Xiang
    12:10-12:20
    ND-009598 3D Pipe Network Reconstruction Based on Structure from Motion with Incremental Conic Shape Detection and Cylindrical Constraint
    Sho Kagami, Hajime Taira, Naoyuki Miyashita, Akihiko Torii, Masatoshi Okutomi
  • Room 3 SS Wireless Charging of Electric Vehicles 02
    Friday, 19 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Jose Luis Rueda
    Jianning Dong
    The electrification of personal and public transportation has been an unavoidable trend. How to charge the increasing number of electric vehicles conveniently and efficiently becomes a technical challenge. Compared with the traditional charging via cables, wireless charging is gaining interest from both scientific and industrial communities. However, there are many technical challenges to solve to enable safe, reliable and efficient wireless charging, especially related to misalignment and electromagnetic field (EMF) radiation. This special session will focus on solving technical challenges in wireless charging of electric vehicles.
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-009288 Model of Misalignment Tolerant Inductive Power Transfer System for EV Charging
    Mattia Simonazzi, Leonardo Sandrolini, Luca Zarri, Ugo Reggiani, José Alberto
    11:40-11:50
    ND-011185 Auto-resonant Control of the H-Bridge Resonant Converter for Inductive Power Transfer Applications
    Francesca Grazian, Peter van Duijsen, Bart Roodenburg, Thiago Batista Soeiro, Pavol Bauer
    11:50-12:00
    ND-006688 Detection of Metallic Foreign Objects and Electric Vehicles Using Auxiliary Coil Sets for Dynamic Inductive Power Transfer Systems
    Wenli Shi, Francesca Grazian, Jianning Dong, Thiago B. Soeiro, Pavol Bauer
    12:00-12:10
    ND-007536 An Orthogonal Decoupled Transformer Design for Inductive Power Transfer Applications
    Zhuhaobo Zhang, Shaoting Zheng, Dehong Xu, Philip T. Krein, Hao Ma
  • Room 5 SS Emerging Topics in More Power Electronics Grid
    Friday, 19 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Dongsheng Yang
    Nowadays, due to the increasing demand of renewables and high power quality, more power is processed by power electronics prior to injecting into or drawing from the grid compared with decades ago. Meanwhile, power generations are getting more distributed and less dispatchable. As a consequence, the power grid is getting relatively less stiff, and thereby the interactions between the grid and the grid-tied power electronics are becoming stronger. These interactions have been reflected by some unusual phenomena, such as the sustained or amplified inter-harmonics in a wide frequency range, more-frequent grid faults nearby wind farms or solar farms and higher ROCOF of grid frequency. To tackle these new challenges, new theories and models need to be developed to understand the phenomena, new converter control, and design criteria need to be established for better grid supporting capabilities, new grid codes are needed to ensure the grid can handle more power electronics.
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-005703 Validation of the Concept for a Wideband-frequency Grid Impedance based Grid Emulator
    Robert Uhl, Antonello Monti
    11:40-11:50
    ND-007307 Unbalanced Voltage/Power Control in Bipolar DC Distribution Grids Using Power Flow Controller
    Jianquan Liao, Zian Qin, Pavel Purgat, Niancheng Zhou, Qianggang Wang, Pavol Bauer
    11:50-12:00
    ND-010421 Digital Twin Modelling of Ship Power and Propulsion Systems: Application of the Open Simulation Platform (OSP)
    Florian Perabo, Daeseong Park, Mehdi Karbalaye Zadeh, ØYvind Smogeli, Levi Jamt
    12:00-12:10
    ND-011525 Evaluation of energy transfer efficiency for AC, DC and inductive shore-to-ship fast charging
    Siamak Karimi, Mehdi Zadeh, Jon Are Suul
    12:10-12:20
    ND-011029 On the Importance of Tracking the Negative-Sequence Phase-Angle in Three-Phase Inverters with Double Synchronous Reference Frame Current Control
    Lucia Beloqui Larumbe, Zian Qin, Pavol Bauer
    12:20-12:30
    ND-003018 Impedance Modeling and Stability Analysis of Weak-Grid Interfaced VSG
    Xinying Zhang, Jie Chen, Chunying Gong, Jiawei Chen
  • Room 1 SS Magnetic Design Implementation and Analysis for Next Generation Power Converters
    Friday, 19 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Wilmar Martinez
    Kazuhiro Umetani
    Magnetic design, implementation, and analysis have been seen as a classical topic compared with the advances in semiconductor devices and converter topologies. However, currently, magnetics is seen as a key factor for higher efficiency, stable performance, and volume reduction in electric systems. Moreover, with the introduction of wide bandgap devices like silicon carbide and gallium nitride, better magnetic design is currently demanded. In this context, many top leading power electronics researchers are working on a great number of challenges in magnetics and making breakthroughs towards next generation of power converters. This special session aims at covering recent advances in magnetics technology for cutting-edge power converters and thereby fostering further innovation that will conduct the future of power electronics.
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-005258 Analysis of Winding Loss and Optimization of Inductive Power Transfer Coils
    Jesus Acero, Ignacio Lope, Claudio Carretero, Jose M. Burdio
    11:40-11:50
    ND-007617 Downsizing of Three-Phase Wireless Power Transfer System with 12 coils by Reducing Magnetic Interference
    Rintaro Kusui, Keisuke Kusaka, Jun-ichi Itoh, Shuichi Obayashi, Tetsu Shijo, Masaaki Ishida
    11:50-12:00
    ND-008001 Secondary-Side Center-Tapped Transformer Structure with One-Turn Secondary Coils Integrating Rectifier for Reducing Copper Loss of Forward Converter
    Tomohide Shirakawa, Kazuhiro Umetani, Eiji Hiraki, Wilmar Martinez
    12:00-12:10
    ND-010952 Measuring and modeling broadband magnetic losses versus temperature and aging effects in CoO-doped Mn-Zn ferrites
    Vasiliki Tsakaloudi, Cinzia Beatrice, Samuel Dobák, Fausto Fiorillo, Vassilios Zaspalis
    12:10-12:20
    ND-011142 Temperature Dependency Modeling, Simulation and Experimental Validations of DC Superimposition Characteristics for Gapped-Ferrite Inductor Including Saturation Region
    Jun Imaoka, Tatsuya Aoki, Koichi Shigematsu, Masayoshi Yamamoto
    12:20-12:30
    ND-011274 Iron Loss Evaluation of GaN PWM-Supplied Magnetic Cores for MHz Converters in More Electric Aircrafts - 400Hz case
    Wilmar Martinez, Camilo Suarez, WeiRen Lin
  • Room 7 SS Advanced Technologies for DC Microgrid Plug and Play Operations
    Friday, 19 June 2020, 11:30-12:30
    Chairs:
    Zhengyu Lin
    Fei Wang
    Microgrids is a system approach to enable more distributed renewable generation in the power system. Compared with AC systems, DC microgrids have the advantages of lower cost, higher reliability, efficiency and simpler control. Plug-and-Play operation is one of the challenges for DC microgrid applications and is becoming an emerging research topic over the last a few years. In this context, this special session will bring together researchers from academia and industry to share and exchange experiences and state-of-the-art technologies for Plug-and-Play DC microgrid operation, explore enabling technologies of power converter design, system modelling, control, protection, optimisation, and demonstration.
    Papers
    11:30-11:40
    ND-001252 Multifunctional Control Design for Modular Plug-and-play Battery Storage in DC Microgrids
    Fulong Li, Haoge Xu, Zhengyu Lin
    11:40-11:50
    ND-004405 Accurate Power Sharing of Hybrid Energy Storage System in DC Shipboard Power System Based on Quadratic Programming Algorithm
    Tianling Shi, Heyu Liu, Fei Wang, Shengqi Zhang, Hui Guo, Zhengyu Lin
    11:50-12:00
    ND-004723 Improved Power Flow Methods for DC Grids
    Nils H. van der Blij, Dario Chaifouroosh, Claudio A. Canizares, Thiago B. Soeiro, Laura M. Ramirez-Elizondo, Matthijs T. J. Spaan, Pavol Bauer
    12:00-12:10
    ND-008109 Data-Driven Fault Localization of a DC Microgrid with Refined Data Input
    Waqas Javed, Dong Chen
    12:10-12:20
    ND-001015 Multi-agent Control Strategy for Microgrids using Petri Nets
    Harold Chamorro
  • 13:00-14:00
  • Room 1 Keynote: Electrified Aircraft: Is Industrial Power Electronics Ready for Takeoff?
    Friday, 19 June 2020, 13:00-14:00
    Chairs:
    Zian Qin
    Speaker: Thomas M. Jahns (University of Wisconsin - Madison, USA)

    Aviation is in the early stages of a technological revolution that is leading to progressively increasing levels of electrification of the propulsion systems for aircraft of all types and sizes. This trend is being driven by the increasingly urgent need to dramatically reduce the greenhouse gas emissions of commercial aircraft.

    Longer-term success of this electrification initiative depends on the ability of future aircraft propulsion systems to displace conventional jet engines with lightweight electrical machines and inverters. There are major development activities under way around the world that are pushing the limits of all-electric propulsion systems for both small and large aircraft.

    This presentation focuses attention on both the promise and limitations of today’s industrial power electronics and motor drives for contributing to the electrification of future aircraft propulsion systems. On the promising side, researchers are competing to raise the specific power density values of electric machines to values exceeding 15 kW/kg (including housing). Wide-bandgap power semiconductors offer great potential for reducing the volume and mass of future power converters, encouraging the development of integrated machine drive systems.

    However, major challenges still remain. Temperature extremes, vibration, and partial discharge at high altitudes limit the ability of conventional industrial power electronics to meet the ultra-high reliability requirements of aerospace equipment. Despite all of the impressive progress to date, much work lies ahead to realize the full potential of electrified aircraft propulsion systems.
  • 14:00-14:15
  • Room 1 Closing
    Friday, 19 June 2020, 14:00-14:15
    Chairs:
    Pavol Bauer
    Peter Palensky