Electrical Systems for Motor Propulsion
On September 11, 2020, Dr. John Suarez of Widener University presented an introductory webinar on key concepts and components in electrical systems. His presentation helped support the ongoing Promoting Electric Propulsion (PEP) college boat building competition by presenting modern techniques for powering electric-powered vehicles. This engaging presentation used simulation software to dynamically present these concepts in a virtual laboratory setting.
Join us to discuss these research questions:
This Professional Development will be worth 0.5 PDH.
About the Presenter
Dr. Suarez is a professor of Electrical Engineering at Widener University and an affiliated faculty in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Delaware. He earned his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Princeton in 2012. As seen in this PEP webinar, Dr. Suarez shares "Research in our lab is all about applying electronics to solve state-of-the-art problems in communications and sensing." He is an engaging, thoughtful educator that prepares students for success in the classroom, on the lab bench and in future careers. His current research focus are radio-frequency (RF) systems and the physics that make RF communication and sensing systems possible.