Recently the concerns about getting-worse global climate and environment push forward the developments of renewable energy conversion and transport electrification as well as highly efficient industrial drives. Electrical machines are the main components in these systems in which the electrical-mechanical energy conversion takes place. The new materials, new power electronics, and powerful design and simulation tools provide new opportunities for us to design and build more advanced electrical machines. Therefore research and development activities on electrical machines become extraordinary active during the last 5-10 years.
ICEM, as a dedicated international conference on electrical machines, has naturally become a meeting point and forum for active researchers and engineers to exchange knowledge and form new collaborations. The presentations of the latest research results will inspire participants from Europe, America, Asia, Afrika and all over the world. The discussions can be very fruitful when the scholars from universities meet the experts from industries.
1 – Rotating machines
2 – Design Issues
3 – Special Machines
4 – Thermal and losses issues – Magnetic insulation materials
5 – Electrical drives
6 – Diagnostic and condition monitoring