Marcelo A. Pérez Leiva

Personal Information:

Position: Researchers Pérez Leiva, Marcelo A.
Research Area: Smart grids
Fecha de inicio: 2009-03-15
Fecha de término: 0000-00-00
Phone or fax: +56-32-265-2699
Location: Laboratorio Faraday U-401
Personal page http://profesores.elo.utfsm.cl/~mpl
Biografía

Marcelo A. Perez (M’07, SM'14) was born in Concepcion, Chile, in 1976. He received the Engineer degree in electronic engineering, the M.Sc. degree in electrical engineering, and the D.Sc. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Concepcion, Concepcion, Chile, in 2000, 2003, and 2006, respectively.
From 2006 to 2009 he holds a postdoctoral position at the Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria, Valparaiso, Chile, conducting research in the area of power converters. Since 2009 he becomes an associate researcher at the same institution. His main interest are control of power converters, multilevel converters and HVDC systems.
Dr. Perez is the IEEE-IES Region 9 Chapter Coordinator and President of the IEEE-IES Chapter Chile.

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Publications en Revistas

  1. High-Performance Motor Drives
  2. Recent Advances and Industrial Applications of Multilevel Converters
  3. A Survey on Cascaded Multilevel Inverters
  4. Multilevel Converters: An Enabling Technology for High-Power Applications
  5. Input Current Harmonics in a Regenerative Multicell Inverter With Single-Phase PWM Rectifiers
  6. Predictive Control Algorithm Technique for Multilevel Asymmetric Cascaded H-Bridge Inverters
  7. A robust phase-locked loop algorithm to synchronize static-power converters with polluted AC systems
  8. Performance Evaluation of a Multicell Topology Implemented With Single-Phase Nonregenerative Cells Under Unbalanced Supply Voltages
  9. High-Power Machine Drive, using Nonredundant-27 Level Inverters and Active Front End Rectifiers
  10. Zero-Steady-State-Error Input-Current Controller for Regenerative Multilevel Converters Based on Single-Phase Cells
  11. Regenerative medium-voltage AC drive based on a multicell arrangement with reduced energy storage requirements
  12. Passivity-based PI control of switched power converters

Publications en Conferencias

  1. Predictive control of DC-link voltage in an active-front-end rectifier
  2. Direct torque control of an 3L-NPC inverter-fed induction machine: A model predictive approach
  3. A modified active and reactive direct power control strategy with disturbances minimization
  4. Predictive control of three-level active NPC converter with evenly energy losses distribution
  5. Torque ripple modeling of a permanent magnet synchronous motor
  6. Predictive current control of ac-ac modular multilevel converters
  7. Predictive control for current source rectifiers operating at low switching frequency
  8. FPGA-based predictive current control of a three-phase active front end rectifier
  9. Predictive current control in a single phase PFC boost rectifier
  10. Switching Loss Analysis of Modulation Methods Used in Cascaded H-Bridge Multilevel Converters
  11. Modified Staircase Modulation with Low Input Current Distortion for Multicell Converters
  12. High Power Synchronous Machine fed by a Cascaded Regenerative Inverter
  13. Power Distribution in Hybrid Multi-cell Converter with Nearest Level Modulation
  14. Analysis of a multi-cell topology implemented with single-phase non-regenerative cells under an unbalanced AC mains
  15. Analysis of a Multi-Cell Converter under Unbalanced AC Source
  16. Input current harmonics in a regenerative multi-cell inverter with single phase active rectifiers
  17. Topologies for regenerative cascaded multilevel inverters
  18. Input current harmonics in a regenerative multi-cell inverter with single-phase active rectifiers

Projects

  1. Estructuras de Avanzadas de Convertidores de Potencia para Conexión a Red
  2. Simulador de red eléctrica programable
  3. Environmental Impact Analysis, and Sustainability - Efficiency Based Criteria for Solar Energy Projects in Northend Chile
  4. Chilean Solar Energy Research Center
  5. Multilevel Converters for High Voltage Direct Current Transmission Systems

Theses

  1. Análisis, diseño y construcción de un AFE
 
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