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Welcome to ePOWER

The Queen’s Centre for Energy and Power Electronics Research (ePOWER) fosters collaboration among academic and industrial researchers to advance fundamental energy and power electronics research, to develop a broad range of commercially competitive and environmentally friendly technologies, and to train the next generation of innovators.

ePOWER has the following goals:

  • To establish Queen’s University as a world leader in fundamental and applied energy and power electronics research.

  • To foster academic and industrial collaboration on energy and power electronics research with a focus on commercialization.

  • To train highly-educated individuals by providing advanced energy and power electronics research opportunities in state-of-the-art facilities.

 

SPOTLIGHT
Jain Award
ePOWER Director Praveen Jain receives the IEEE William E. Newell Power Electronics Award on 22 September in Phoenix, AZ
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>Updates....Visit the ePOWER display at the Queen's Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science booth at the OCE Discovery Conference at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on May 14-15...Congratulations to graduate students Amish Servansing and Vidisha Gupta, who both successfully defended their Master's theses this April...

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> ePOWER thanks Faisal Khan of the University of Utah for his seminar at Queen's on Wed Oct 19 on AC Solar Cells: A New Breed of PV Power Generation. Click for more info.