Closing Tutorials on Thursday afternoon, October 24, are FREE to all ECCE registered conference participants.

Afternoon Session Tutorials (Industry)

October 20, 2024 – (1:00 PM to 4:30 PM)



Eric R. Motto, Michael Rogers, Mark Steiner
Practical Considerations for the Application of High Power Si and SiC Modules
Günter Keller
Electromagnetic Compatibility of Switched-Mode Power Supplies
Yan-Fei Liu, Don Tan
State-of-the-Art and Future Research Directions for 48V to 0.7V / 2,000A Power Conversion for future CPU, GPU, FPGA applications
Dheeraj Bobba, Mohanraj Muthusamy, Vedanadam Mudumbai Acharya
Design & Optimization of High Torque Density Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machines for Traction Applications
Ralph Kennel, Jose Rodriguez, Zhenbin Zhang
Model Predictive Control of Power Electronics – an Intuitive and Simple Concept for the Future
Marcio Magri Kimpara, Joao Onofre Pereira Pinto, Walter Issamu Suemitsu
Artificial Intelligence Applications For Switched Reluctance Motors Drives
Sabin Carpiuc
Harvesting the Solar Energy: Modeling, Control, and Simulation of Photovoltaic Systems
Wen Soong
Underground Mining Fleet Electrification: Challenges and Opportunities
Jin Wang, Bulent Sarlioglu, Patrick McClusky, Tom Jahns
Electric Propulsion: Challenges and Opportunities
Rim Chun Taek
Recent Advances in Wireless Power Transfer Technology for Electric Vehicles and Smart Devices
Bryan Lieblick, Arnab Acharya
Hardware-in-the-loop Systems For Power Electronics Engineers: From Theory To Applications
Hui “Helen” Li, JiangBiao He, Yu Zhang, Ranga Tallam
Reflective Surge Voltage Mitigation for Fast-Switching Motor-Drive Systems
Daniel-Ioan Stroe, Jussi Sihvo, Tomi Roinila
Battery States Monitoring And Estimation Using Impedance Identification Techniques
Brian Zahnstecher
Identifying & Analyzing Total Lifecycle Energy Footprints in Large & Small Systems

Afternoon Session Tutorials (FREE)

October 24, 2024 (Thursday) – (4:10 PM to 5:40 PM)

Continuing Education Unit (CEU) or Professional Development Hour (PDH) Credits

ECCE Tutorial fees cover the cost for Continuing Education Units.
You can receive 2.5 CEUs (25 PDHs) awarded by the IEEE by attending an ECCE tutorial session after submitting the required documentation.
You can receive an additional 0.8 CEU (8 PDHs) by attending two tutorials. The total amount of CEUs that can be awarded at the conference is 3.3 CEUs.
The IEEE and CEUs information can be found on the IEEE Certificates Program.
Once issued, CEUs for the current and previous workshops can be found at the Accredible website using the email address you used to register for ECCE.

Requirements to receive CEU/PDH credits for the ECCE

  • Register for CEU/PDH credits during the ECCE registration process and pay the required fees.
  • Completion of one evaluation sheet for the ECCE and completion of the questionnaire to validate each ECCE tutorial session you attend.


Late submissions or emailed submissions will not be accepted.
No refunds will be given for fees paid to get CEUs/PDHs if documentation is not submitted on time or for partial attendance at the sessions.