Laboratory for applied electromagnetics
Educational interests of the Laboratory include electromagnetic materials, magnetic measurement, electrical drives, numerical methods, computer assisted design of electromagnetic apparatuses, as well as theoretical and applied electromagnetics.
Laboratory for power engineering
Academic activity of the Laboratory encompasses production, transmission, distribution and utilization of electrical energy. Theoretical knowledge gained from lessons is further solidified in this Laboratory's activity.
Laboratory for fundamentals and theory in electrical engineering
The Laboratory conducts scientific research and educational work in theory of an electromagnetic field. Educational work encompasses: fundamentals of electrical engineering, theory of an electromagnetic field, electrodynamics, antennas and wave propagation, lighting and optimization in electrical engineering.
Laboratory for electrical machines
Interdisciplinary activity is staple to this Laboratory. In its academic and research programs, it encompasses analyses and design of various types of electrical machines and regulated electromotor drives. Electrical machines come either as actuators in complex driving systems or generators for production of electrical energy.
Laboratory for control of electromechanical systems
Interdependency of educational and research activity is a hallmark of this laboratory and enables continuous training of our staff. The educational activity spans from modeling and an analysis of associated dynamical systems, contemporary control systems and regulation, regulation and control of electrical systems to development of local control and protection of electrical systems.
Head: prof. dr. Drago Dolinar
Our Institute fosters interdisciplinary research and education. Modern electric facilities are complex. In their conception, optimization, building, control and maintanance, additional knowledge from a broad range of related disciplines is required. For example, computing, informatics, mechanical engineering and civil engineering, as well as specific nontechnical disciplines, such as management and economics are some of them. The Institute provides the knowledge with support of their five laboratories. External staff counterparts casually participate in our activities.
Our Institute hosts five laboratories, such as the Laboratory for:
- electrical machines;
- power engineering;
- control of electromechanical systems;
- fundamentals and theory of electrical engineering;
- applied electromagnetics.