College of Engineering & Applied Science - Boulder
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This certificate program provides a knowledge of fundamentals of the power electronics field, including: basic operation of pulse-width modulated converter circuits, modeling and design of their feedback systems, current-mode control, simulation, input EMI filter design, modeling and design of high-frequency power magnetic elements, low-harmonic rectifiers, resonant converters and soft switching. Design-oriented analysis is also emphasized. The program enables a working electrical engineer to gain the foundation needed for the practice of power electronics.
This program offers an opportunity for electrical engineers to obtain the specialized knowledge required to practice power electronics. It is intended for students and engineers having a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent.
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