Laboratoire D'électrotechnique Et D'électronique De Puissance De Lille - Research Area

Research Area

Research area focuses on :

  • Power electronics, converters, energy storage
  • modeling and control
  • power electronics optimisation
  • modeling electrical grids
  • electromagnetic simulations

L2EP Labs are the core of the Centre national de recherche technologique de Lille FUTURELEC « Réseaux et machines électriques du futur ».

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