The ELMEC Lab belongs to the Electrical Power Systems Division of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of the University of Patras. Students’ education, training and mentoring has always been at the forefront of our work.
The courses organized by the ELMEC Lab have an average of 4 hours/week in-class lectures and 2 hours/week practical laboratory exercises. As a result, our students can successfully bridge the gap between theory and practice, allowing them not only to study, but also to design integrated electromechanical energy conversion systems. Such systems consist of electrical machines, inverters, electrical drives and automatic control systems. Sophisticated software (Matlab/Simulink, LTSpice etc.) is employed for the efficient experimental simulation and study of complicated circuits.
|Course Name||Course Code||Semester||Lecturer(s)|
|Electrical Machines||ECE_Υ623||6th||Emmanuel Tatakis |
Georgios Kampitsis (Lab)
|Power Electronics I||ECE_ΒΚ705||7th||Emmanuel Tatakis|
|Power Electronics II||ECE_ΒΚ809||8th||Emmanuel Tatakis|
|Electric Motor Drive Systems I||ECE_ΒΚ706||7th||Epameinondas Mitronikas|
|Electric Motor Drive Systems II||ECE_ΒΚ808||8th||Epameinondas Mitronikas|
|Analysis and Design of Electrical Machines with Finite Elements||ECE_ΒΚ905||9th||Epameinondas Mitronikas|
|Power Electronics with Modern Semiconductor Technologies||9th||Georgios Kampitsis|
|Advanced Control of Electrical Machines||ECE_ΒΚ902||9th||Antonios Alexandridis|
Interdepartmental Master's Program: Green Energy, Smart Technologies and Management Strategies
|Course Name||Course Number||Semester||Lecturer(s)|
|Controlled Power Converters in Distributed Generation||MGP_203||2nd||Emmanuel Tatakis|