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Master Power Electronics MPower
Universistat de València

Master in Energy Transformation Power Electronics

Own Master of the University of Valencia

Welcome

Given the growth in global energy consumption and the shift to renewable energy sources, Power Electronics has developed a comprehensive program with specific training in new technologies. This program allows the development of new systems and tools needed to face the incipient energy transition.

We are the generation that invents and reinvents towards safe, clean and efficient energy.

  • Escola Tècnica Superior d’Enginyeria, Universitat de València (ETSE-UV). Burjassot Campus.
  • Fridays 4.00 pm to 8.30 pm
    Saturdays 9.00 am to 1.30 pm
  • 100% sponsored by Power Electronics
  • Pre-registration Phase I:
    March 29th to July 16th 2021
  • Pre-registration Phase II:
    July 17th to September 18th 2021
  • Blended learning
  • Possibility of internships
  • October 2021 - July 2022
  • 60.00 credits

Program

1st Term courses

  • Industrial and solar energy

    Instructors: David Dobón / Javier Tomás / Ánder García

    Course program overview:

    • Industrial / Variable Speed Drives
    • Variable speed drives / Introduction to solar energy
    • Solar Inverters
  • Power Electronics adapted to converters

    Instructors: Llorenç Latorre, Guillermo Serrano, Rafael Tomás

    Course program overview:

    • Principles of switching and circuit analysis
    • Types of switches and triggers
    • Basic topologies and power stage design
  • Electromagnetism and transmission lines

    Instructors: José Torres / Adrián Suárez

    Course program overview:

    • EMC Directives/ Static and Dynamic phenomena
    • Coupling modes
    • Test means
  • Control systems and signal processing; vector control and converter applications

    Instructors: Josué Juan / Sergio Mollá / Pablo Trujillo

    Course program overview:

    • Digital acquisition and processing
    • Grid synchronization and open/closed loop operation
    • Unbalanced systems and harmonics
  • Electrical machines and high voltage systems in converters

    Instructors: Pascual Martínez / Eusebio Rodrigo / Julio Martos

    Course program overview:

    • Magnetic materials + transformers
    • Electric motors and diagrams
    • High voltage

2nd Terms courses

  • Storage and Electric mobility technologies

    Instructors: Christian Soler / Luis Úbeda

    Course program overview:

    • AC coupling
    • DC coupling
    • Electric mobility
  • Practical protections on converters

    Instructors: M.A Gargallo / Francisco Andrés / Joaquín Gil

    Course program overview:

    • Electrical safety
    • Functional safety
    • Grid stability protection functions
  • Real-time embedded systems applied in converters

    Instructors: José Torres / Raimundo García

    Course program overview:

    • Microcontroller architecture
    • Programming of embedded applications
    • SW architecture for real-time embedded applications
  • Cooling technology in power converters

    Instructors: Paula Marzal / Ana Dejoz

    Course program overview:

    • Fluid mechanics and heat exchange
    • Loss analysis
    • Cooling systems. Radiators
  • Final master's thesis

    Instructors: José Torres / Jesús Soret / Javier Tomás

    Course program overview:

    • Elaboration of final master's thesis

You will have the opportunity of doing an internship at the
Power Electronics Campus in Llíria.

Methodology

In the face-to-face classes of the master's degree, you will be alternating theory and practice to make the content much more applicable.

You will work on the content of each subject online throughout the week. This work will be necessary in order to keep up to date in the face-to-face classes.

The level of demand is high so your complete dedication to the master will be key to being part of Power Electronics.

Power converters have wide range of applications in our daily life, and many companies require professionals with advanced knowledge in this field.

Objectives

With this master, you will complete your training in industrial electronics and electricity, with special emphasis on power converters, frequency converters, solar inverters and electric vehicle chargers.

In addition, you will develop the necessary skills in technology companies first hand with specialists in the sector, whose experience and knowledge are the basis of the Power Electronics R&D department. This will also allow you to work in a sector with many fields, such as the renewable energy sector, the railway sector, electric mobility or storage.

Power Electronics professionals together with faculty members from the Universitat de València.

Mentors

  • Javier Tomás, Power Electronics

    Power Electronics

    Master Co-director MPOWER. Director of the Corporate University area.

    Javier Tomás

    Industrial and solar energy
    Master's Final Thesis

  • José Torres, Universitat de València, máster MPower

    Universitat de València

    Master Co-director MPOWER. Associate Professor of the Department of Electronic Engineering.

    José Torres

    Electromagnetism and transmission lines. Embedded systems in real time applied in converters.

  • Consuelo Gómez, máster MPower, Power Electronics

    Power Electronics

    Corporate University. Management and coordination of the master's degree.

    Consuelo Gómez-Zarzuela

    Industrial and solar energy

  • David Dobón, máster MPower, Power Electronics

    Power Electronics

    Product and Applications manager. Industrial division.

    David Dobón

    Industrial and solar energy

  • Ánder García, máster MPower, Power Electronics

    Power Electronics

    Grid area manager.

    Ánder García

    Industrial and solar energy

  • Paula Abellán, máster MPower, Power Electronics

    Power Electronics

    Grid Engineer.

    Paula Abellán

    Industrial and solar energy

  • José María Vidal, máster MPower, Power Electronics

    Power Electronics

    R&D Director

    José Maria Vidal

    Power electronics adapted to converters

  • Llorenç Latorre, máster MPower, Power Electronics

    Power Electronics

    HW power area manager. R&D.

    Llorenç Latorre

    Power electronics adapted to converters

  • Guillermo Serrano, máster MPower, Power Electronics

    Power Electronics

    Power Hardware Engineer. Solar and Storage Division. R&D

    Guillermo Serrano

    Power electronics adapted to converters

  • Rafael Tomás, máster MPower, Power Electronics

    Power Electronics

    Power Hardware Engineer. Electrical Mobility Division. R&D.

    Rafael Tomás

    Power electronics adapted to converters

  • Adrián Suárez, Universitat de València, máster MPower

    Universitat de València

    Assistant Professor, Department of Electronic Engineering, ETSE-UV

    Adrián Suarez

    Electromagnetism and Transmission Lines

  • Pascual Martínez, máster MPower, Power Electronics

    Power Electronics

    Power Hardware Engineer. R&D.

    Pascual Martínez

    Electrical machines and high voltage systems in converters

  • Eusebio Rodrigo, máster MPower, Power Electronics

    Power Electronics

    Power Hardware Engineer. R&D.

    Eusebio Rodrigo

    Electrical machines and high voltage systems in converters

  • Julio Martos, máster MPower, Universitat de València

    Universitat de València

    Associate Professor of the Department of Electronic Engineering.

    Julio Martos

    Electrical machines and high voltage systems in converters

  • José Camps, máster MPower, Power Electronics

    Power Electronics

    R&D Director

    José Camps

    Control systems and signal processing; vector control and converter applications

  • Sergio Mollá, máster MPower, Power Electronics

    Power Electronics

    Control Systems and Modeling Engineer. R&D.

    Sergio Mollá

    Control systems and signal processing; vector control and converter applications

  • Pablo Trujillo, máster MPower, Power Electronics

    Power Electronics

    FPGA developer. Systems area. R&D.

    Pablo Trujillo

    Control systems and signal processing; vector control and converter applications

  • Josué Juan, máster MPower, Power Electronics

    Power Electronics

    Responsible for the Systems area. R&D.

    Josué Juan

    Control systems and signal processing; vector control and converter applications

  • Christian Soler, máster MPower, Power Electronics

    Power Electronics

    Product and Applications Manager. Solar and Industrial Divisions manager.

    Christian Soler

    Storage and Electric mobility technologies

  • Borja Pérez, máster MPower, Power Electronics

    Power Electronics

    Applications Engineer.

    Borja Pérez

    Storage and Electric mobility technologies

  • Carlos Regalado, máster MPower, Power Electronics

    Power Electronics

    Corporate University.

    Carlos Regalado

    Storage and Electric mobility technologies

  • Luis Úbeda, máster MPower, Power Electronics

    Power Electronics

    Product and Applications Engineer. Electrical Mobility Division.

    Luis Úbeda

    Storage and Electric mobility technologies

  • Miguel Ángel Gargallo, máster MPower, Power Electronics

    Power Electronics

    Product area manager. R&D.

    Miguel Ángel Gargallo

    Practical protections on converters

  • Francisco Andrés, máster MPower, Power Electronics

    Power Electronics

    R&D Product Engineer.

    Francisco Andrés

    Practical protections on converters

  • Joaquín Gil, máster MPower, Power Electronics

    Power Electronics

    R&D Product Engineer.

    Joaquín Gil

    Practical protections on converters

  • Paula Marzal, máster MPower, Universitat de València

    Universitat de València

    Professor in the area of Chemical Engineering.

    Paula Marzal

    Cooling technology in power converters

  • Ana Dejoz, máster MPower, UV

    Universitat de València

    Associate Professor of the Department of Chemical Engineering.

    Ana Dejoz

    Cooling technology in power converters

  • Jesús Soret, máster MPower, UV

    Universitat de València

    Associate Professor in the Department of Electronic Engineering.

    Jesús Soret

    Final master's thesis

  • Raimundo García, máster MPower, UV

    Universitat de València

    Associate Professor in the Department of Electronic Engineering at the ETSE-UV.

    Raimundo García

    Real-time Embedded Systems applied in converters

  • Javier Serneguet, máster MPower, Power Electronics

    Power Electronics

    Mechanics area manager. R&D.

    Javier Serneguet

    Electromechanical technology

Aimed at students and professionals who wish to broaden their knowledge in the energy sector.

Admissions

Graduates with a university degree or equivalent in the following areas:

+ Electronic Engineering + Electrical engineering + Telecommunications engineering

Professionals with other qualifications, but with experience in the above-mentioned fields who wish to complete their knowledge in power electronics and its application in the energy sector.

In the event that the number of applications for places that meet the requirements exceeds the number of places offered, the adjudication of the applications for admission will take into account the following assessment criterion:

- Average grade of the academic record - English - Personal interview - Availability to do an internship

Our purpose is to contribute to the implementation of renewable energy as an energy model for a sustainable future..

Power Electronics

Power Electronics is a company specialized in power electronics with more than three decades of experience that manufactures products for industrial sectors, divided into 4 divisions: industrial, solar, storage and electric mobility. With a presence in over 100 countries and 28 delegations around the world, the company is #1 in sales in the USA, UK, Latin America and Spain of solar utility scale inverters.

With the birth of PEGeneration, we work to meet the needs of generations like yours. We invest in training and focus on health and sport, conceiving a 360° work environment. Our Power Electronics Campus in Llíria offers services such as a restaurant, gym, medical service, assembly hall and a design oriented towards well-being and sustainability.

Power Electronics has more than 100.000 m² of facilities on the Campus located in Llíria, 28 km from the city of Valencia.

Burjassot-Valencia Campus

Located in the municipal areas of Burjassot and Paterna, the campus is linked to the rest of the University Campuses by the tram network. It also offers sports facilities, computer service, science libraries, as well as research institutes and the University Science Park.

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