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The game changing deal for academia research and power electronics teaching lab

The Department of Automation and Electrical Engineering – DAELT is happy to announce that the Power Electronics Group, in a contest led by professor Adriano Ruseler, won a HIL402 academic package as a main reward at Typhoon HIL’s academic program competition “10 for 10”.


Typhoon HIL is  the market and technology leader in the rapidly-growing field of ultra-high-fidelity controller-Hardware-in-the-Loop (C-HIL) simulation for power electronics, microgrids, distribution networks and next generation power electronics teaching lab.

Next generation power electronics teaching lab

Accelerate and enrich your students’ power electronics learning experience with a completely safe, fully interactive, flexible, and ultra-high fidelity Typhoon HIL’s Academic Bundle.