José Rodríguez

Personal Information:

Position: Academics Rodríguez, José
Research Area: Matrix converters
Fecha de inicio: 0000-00-00
Fecha de término: 0000-00-00
Phone or fax: +56 32 265 4203
Biografía

José Rodríguez (M'81-SM'94-F10) Received the Engineer degree in electrical engineering from the Universidad Federico Santa Maria (UTFSM), Valparaiso, Chile, in 1977 and the Dr.-Ing. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Erlangen, Erlangen, Germany, in 1985.

He has been with the Department of Electronics Engineering, University Federico Santa Maria since 1977, where he is currently full Professor and Rector.

He has co-authored more than 300 journal and conference papers. His main research interests include multilevel inverters, new converter topologies, control of power converters, and adjustable-speed drives.

Prof. Rodriguez is Associate Editor of the IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON POWER ELECTRONICS and IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS since 2002. He received the Best Paper Award from the IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS in 2007, the Best Paper Award from the IEEE INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS MAGAZINE in 2008 and Best Paper Award from the IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON POWER ELECTRONICS in 2010.

Dr. Rodríguez is member of the Chilean Academy of Engineering and Fellow of the IEEE

 

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Publications en Revistas

  1. High-Performance Motor Drives
  2. Overview of Multi-MW Wind Turbines and Wind Parks
  3. Guest Editorial: Special Section on Renew- able Energy Systems - Part 2
  4. Multidimensional Modulation Technique for Cascaded Multilevel Converters
  5. Guest Editorial: Special Section on Renew- able Energy Systems - Part 1
  6. Delay Compensation in Model Predictive Current Control of a Three-Phase Inverter
  7. High Performance Control Strategies for Electrical Drives: An Experimental Assessment
  8. Predictive Current Control with Input Filter Resonance Mitigation for a Direct Matrix Converter

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

Projects

  1. Advanced Model Predictive Control of Power Electronics Converters and Electric Drives
  2. High performance control of electrical machines
  3. Predictive control of power converters for renewable energy conversion systems and applications
  4. Centro Cientifico y Tecnológico de Valparaiso, CCTVal
  5. Control of indirect matrix converters

Theses

  1. Análisis, diseño y construcción de un AFE
 
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