Ali Khajehoddin
University of Alberta Power Electronics Lab (uAPEL)

University of Alberta Power Electronics Lab (uAPEL)

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S. Ali Khajehoddin, PEng

Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering

Welcome to University of Alberta Power Electronics Lab (uAPEL) research group.

I am a faculty member in Energy Systems Group at University of Alberta. You have reached uAPEL research group webpage. The general goal of uAPEL is to develop highly efficient and reliable power electronics and integrated intelligent control systems for various industrial applications. One of the main objectives is to design and implement power electronic devices for harvesting reliable renewable energies more efficiently and with flexibility at a much lower cost to eliminate barriers to the widespread use of distributed energy technology.

University of Alberta

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The University of Alberta is a research oriented University located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The University of Alberta has been recognized by the Academic Ranking of World Universities, the QS World University Rankings and the Times Higher Education World University Rankings as one of the top five universities in Canada and one of the top 100 universities worldwide. The department of ECE is the home to over 60 faculties, 30 staff and over 400 Graduate students.

City of Edmonton

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The city of Edmonton is the capital of the province of Alberta in Canada. The city has the total 2016 population of 1,321,426 within the Edmonton census metropolitan area (CMA). Edmonton has one of the most diversified economies in Canada, as ranked by the Conference Board of Canada and it is the major economic center for northern and central Alberta and a major center for the oil and gas industry.