The Department of Electrical Engineering concentrates most of its efforts on two areas of study: electrical power systems and installations, and electrical machines and actuators. It offers technical advice and draws up reports in its areas of expertise, either directly or through the Centre for Technological Innovation in Static Converters and Actuators (CITCEA).
It has power quality monitoring equipment, software for the charge flux and fault simulation of electrical networks, a scanning tunnelling microscope, equipment for generating non-sinusoidal waveforms and two high-voltage laboratories.
The Department's research
The Department teaches studies at the following Schools
The Department is related to the following Doctoral Programs
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