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ELECTRICAL POWER AND ENERGY SYSTEMS


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Dr. Juri Jatskevich

PROFESSOR OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING

Ph.D., P.Eng., SM IEEE

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Kaiser Building 3057, 2332 Main Mall

Vancouver, BC CANADA V6T 1Z4

 

Tel:  1.604.827.5217
Fax: 1.604.822.5949
E-mail: jurij@ece.ubc.ca

Education

Ph.D. Purdue University, ECE, West Lafayette, IN, USA, 1999
M.S.E.E. Purdue University, ECE, West Lafayette, IN, USA, 1997
B.S.E.E. Ukrainian National Agricultural University (UNAU), Kiev, Ukraine, 1994

Research Interests

Power and energy systems, power electronic systems, electrical machines and drives, controls, electromagnetic transients, computer modeling and simulation, distributed and parallel simulation.

Electrical Power and Energy Systems (EPES) Research Group

Institute for Computing, Information & Cognitive Systems (ICICS)

Services

 

Editor-In-Chief, IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion

Editor, IEEE Power Engineering Letters

Associate Editor, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics (2008 – 2013)

Chair, IEEE Task Force on Dynamic Average Modeling

Chair, IEEE Task Force on Modeling and Analysis of Rotating-Machine Based DERs (2011 – 2013)

Chair, IEEE CAS Power Systems and Power Electronic Circuits Committee (2009-2010)

Teaching

Undergraduate

EECE 365: Applied Electronics and Electromechanics

EECE 370: Electrical Machines and Power Transmission

EECE 373: Electromechanical Energy Conversion and Transmission

EECE 376: Electromechanics

 

Coordinator

Electrical Energy Systems Option

 

Electromechanical Devices Laboratory

Graduate

EECE 549: Dynamic Modeling of Electric Machines and Controls

EECE 550: Topics in Power Electronics

CEEN 502: Alternative Energy Technologies (for M.Eng. in Clean Energy)

 

SCHOLARSHIPS OPPORTUNITY:

A limited support (Research Assistantships) is available to outstanding students who have strong academic background and experience in smart energy grids, power systems, power electronics and controls, electrical machines and drives, modeling and simulation of electromagnetic transients, and related areas of research.

Prospective students are also encouraged to compete for other scholarships opportunities that are available through UGF and NSERC. Additional information regarding awards and scholarships can be found through the Graduate Award General Information.

Interested students should contact Graduate Admissions and follow up with the regular application procedure and deadlines.

 

Graduate Students:

Name

Program

Start

Finish

Area

Ali Davoudi

Master

Sep. 2003

Feb. 2005

DC-DC Converters

Faisal A. Al-Dubaikel

Master

Sep. 2003

May 2005

Management of Assets

Wang, Liwei

Master

Sep. 2004

Dec. 2005

Modeling of electrical machines

Wang, Liwei

Doctoral

Jan. 2006

Feb. 2010

Modeling of electrical machines for EMTP

Hee-Sang Ko*

Doctoral

Sep. 2004

Dec. 2006

Wind energy systems

Tsai Te-Chin

Master

Sep. 2004

Dec. 2005

Power quality and harmonics

Chou Chun Wei

Master

Sep. 2004

May 2006

Rectifiers with PFC

Samoylenko, Nikolay

Master

Sep. 2005

Aug. 2007

Control of brushless motors

Han, Qiang

Master

Sep. 2005

July 2007

Brushless motor drives

Siva Singupuram

Master

Jan. 2006

July 2007

Simulation with PC cluster

Nathan Ozog

Master

May 2006

Aug. 2008

Modeling electric infrastructures

Shen Xiaoben

Master

Sep. 2006

May 2008

Distribution Systems

Vargas Rios, Maximino

Master

Sep. 2006

May 2009

Voltage stability, load modeling

Sina Chini Foroosh

Doctoral

Sep. 2007

Mar. 2012

AC-DC Converters modeling

Pooya Alaeinovin

Master

Sep. 2007

Sep. 2009

Brushless motor drives

Abdullah M. Alsubaie

Master

Sep. 2008

May 2010

Power systems, motor drives

Rolf Hachenberger

Visiting

May 2008

Sep. 2008

motor drives

Willa Wen

Master

Sep. 2009

Aug. 2010

Load forecasting & modeling

Charuta Roge

Master

Sep. 2008

May 2010

Power systems modeling

Jaishankar Iyer

Master

Sep. 2009

Dec. 2011

AC motor drives

Kamran Tabarraee

Master

Sep. 2009

Jun. 2011

Brushless motor drives

Mehmet Sucu

Master

Sep. 2009

Aug. 2011

DC-DC Converters

Mehrdad Chapariha

Doctoral

Sep. 2009

 

AC machines, transients

Hamid Atighechi

Doctoral

Sep. 2009

 

HVDC systems modeling

Donna Dupius

Engineer

Sep. 2009

May 2010

Brushless motor drives

Abdesh Shafiel Khan

Post-Doctoral

Jan. 2010

July 2010

Brushless motor drives

Milad Gougani

Master

Jan. 2010

Apr. 2012

Automotive BLDC motor drives

Soroush Amini

Master

Sep. 2011

 

DC-DC Converters

Therrien, Francis

Master

Sep. 2011

 

AC machines, distribution syst.

Beskaravayny, Alexey

Master

Sep. 2011

 

Regenerative AC Drives

Alebrahim, Ebrahim

Master

Sep. 2011

 

Distribution systems

Qiang Han

Doctoral

Sep. 2011

 

Transient stability tools

Arash Alimardani

Doctoral

Sep. 2011

 

Smart meters data opt.

Zadehkhost, Sajjad (Pooya)

Doctoral

Sep. 2011

 

Transient stability tools, PMUs

Mancheol Shin

Post-Doctoral

May 2012

 

Distribution Syst. Automation

Jose Cano

Visitng Professor

Jul. 2012

 

Active rectifiers, control, transients

 

 

  

 

 

 

 





 

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