Renewable Energy Research & Development

 

Dr. Martin Ordonez, Professor and Canada Research Chair in Power Converters for Renewable Energy Systems, is dedicated to exploring new possibilities in this emerging field. As an advisor, his objectives are to recognize the skills and develop the potential of his graduate students, helping them achieve their professional goals. As a researcher, Dr. Ordonez strives to explore, implement and develop the latest technologies and techniques in power conversion. His enthusiastic approach makes the educational and research process an enjoyable experience.

 

2019-08-15 - Emanuel Serban receives the IEEE PELS Prize PhD Thesis Talk Award

Emanuel presented an outstanding video talk on Advanced Control Functionalities for Photovoltaic and Energy Storage Converters winning the IEEE PELS Prize Ph.D. Thesis Talk (P3 Talk) Award which will be presented at The Eleventh Annual Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition, at Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 

Congratulations Emanuel for this great achievement!

2019-07-29 - Congratulations to our MASc student Matthieu Amyotte on his graduation

Last Monday, on the 29th of July 2019, Matthieu Amyotte successfully graduated from his MASc program in our lab. Right after graduation Matt successfully transitioned to the industry by taking a position at Corvus Energy, Richmond, BC. We congratulate Matt for achieving this significant milestone in his career and wish him success in all future endeavours!

2019-07-05 - Congratulations to our PhD student Mehdi Mohammadi on his graduation

Last Friday, on the 5th of July 2019, Mehdi Mohammadi successfully graduated from his PhD program in our lab. Right after graduation Mehdi successfully transitioned to the industry by taking a position at Fortinet Technologies (Canada). We congratulate Mehdi for achieving this significant milestone in his career and wish him success in all future endeavours!

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REsearch & development

High performance power conversion architectures, topologies and advanced control schemes ensure optimized use of renewable energy.

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YOUTUBE CHANNEL

Explore different topics related to power electronics in easy-to-follow videos produced by Dr. Martin Ordonez and his research team.

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Dr. Martin Ordonez is currently looking for talented individuals with experience in energy systems, renewable power or power electronics. Join his team!

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