Goals and idea

Power electronics is necessary for the control of controlled electrical machines so there is a close connection between these two topics. In the Laboratory for Electrical Power Generation and Conversion, study-related internships and projects take place and application-oriented research projects are carried out in cooperation with industrial partners, research institutes and partner universities.

  • Analysis of power electronic converters
  • Analysis of electrical power networks
  • Optimization of control engineering for converters and multi-converter systems
  • Implementation of research projects

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Laboratory equipment and activities

The following measuring instruments and test benches are available in the laboratory for electrical power generation and conversion:

  • Precision measuring instruments for current, voltage and power measurement
  • High power DC and AC power supplies
  • "Hardware-in-the-loop" systems for the control and regulation of power electronic converters
  • Load resistors
  • Temperature measuring systems
  • Simulation software for circuit simulation and control loop simulation

Internships accompanying the lectures:

  • Electrical Drives and Power Electronics in the Bachelor degree program Mechatronics
  • Power electronics in the bachelor's degree programmes Electrical Engineering and Information Technology as well as Electrical Engineering and Electromobility
  • Power Electronic Systems and Power Networks in the Master's Programme in Electrical
  • Engineering of Mobile Systems


  • Lecture-accompanying internships for students of bachelor and master courses in the field of power electronics and electrical energy networks
  • Lecture-accompanying practical courses for students of master courses in the field of control of power electronic converters
  • Implementation of projects accompanying the studies
  • Bachelor and Master Theses
  • Optimization of power electronic converters for motor vehicles
  • Optimisation of electrical energy networks in motor vehicles
  • Inductive charging of the traction battery in electric and hybrid vehicles
  • Switching behaviour of SiC and GaN semiconductors

Laboratory management and team