INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND POWER ELECTRONICS
TECHNICAL PROGRAM COMMITTEE
Jorge M. Levingston
Born in San Luis – Argentina in 1982. Graduated in Physics and PhD in Physics from the National University of Córdoba with strongly experimental training. He has experience in the development of materials science experiments, materials nanostructured by various ultra-fast solidification techniques. In assembly, modification and development of laboratory equipment in the Materials Group of the Faculty of Mathematics, Astronomy and Physics – UNC and INTI. In his doctoral thesis he was inclined to the study, development and improvement of the Energy Product in Permanent Magnets based on Nd, with the aim of obtaining permanent magnets with a high energy product for compact high-torque electric motors that can be adapted to different power plants. in today’s wide variety of transportation vehicles. He worked at the Critical Materials Institute (CMI) at Ames Laboratory, Ames-Iowa, belonging to the United States Department of Energy (U.S. Department of Energy) from 2014 to 2015. He has worked since 2015 at the National Institute of Industrial Technology (INTI) in the Department of Renewable Energies and Energy Management NEA and as Coordinator of the Research Area, assistance in the generation of original and / or innovative, scientific and / or technological knowledge , seeking the insertion of SMEs within micro and nanotechnologies. He has been working since 2017 in the Secretariat of Science and Technology of the Government of the Province of Formosa, Argentina, in consulting, evaluation, supervision, agreements, programs and developments in Science and Technology and links with SMEs. He has several publications and academic articles in International Peer-Reviewed Magazines, participations in conferences and oral presentations and invited talks. In the organization and management of undergraduate and graduate courses and seminars. Direction of various national research and development projects and grants.
Guillermo R. Catuogno
Guillermo was born in Villa Mercedes, Argentina, in 1981. In 2007 he graduated as an electrical-electronic engineer at the National University of San Luis (UNSL). In 2013, he received his Doctorate in Engineering Sciences from the National University of Río Cuarto (UNRC), Argentina. His postdoctorate was done at Otto Von Guericke University (OVGU) in Magdeburg, Germany.
Jose A. Daviu
Industrial Engineer (2000) and PhD (2006) from the Polytechnic University of Valencia, with outstanding Cum Laude and Extraordinary Doctoral Thesis Award. He also has a degree in Business Administration and Management from the University of Valencia (2012) with an Extraordinary End of Career Award. He is a full professor at the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia in the Department of Electrical Engineering and provides professional advice to companies such as BASF, General Electric and REPSOL.
Lucía P. Torres
Electronic Engineer with more than 12 years of experience in automation project management, process standardization, capacity expansion, etc. in industries such as Food & Beverage, Oil & Gas, IT, IOT.
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Aims of the Industrial and Electronic Applications field are: to advance in the theory and practice of electrical and electronic engineering in the development, design, manufacture and application of systems, devices, devices and electrical controls for the processes and equipment of the industry and commerce; promotion of safe, reliable and economical facilities and sustain industry leadership in matters of energy and environment conservation, health and safety.
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- Electric machines and drives (adjustable speed motors and drives) -> Design and control of variable speed electric drives
- Electric mobility (electric vehicles).
- Harmonic analysis and compensations
- Other industrial applications and power electronics.
- Power devices and components (sensor technologies)
- Power generation, transmission and distribution (wireless power transmission and energy collection)
- Power quality control
- Renewable energy (systems, technologies and energy storage and recovery devices, smart buildings, alternative and green energy)
- Smart network technologies and applications (Micro networks)
- Switching circuits and power converters ==> Power electronics
|ID||Título (Title)||Autor (Author)||Programa (Track)|
|16||Indoor Harvesting RF Energy System Applied to Low Consumption Wireless Devices||Galvao, Benjamim • Destro, Fernando||INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND POWER ELECTRONICS|
|31||Parametric variation in the model of induction motors of different efficiency classes||Poy, Fernando Y • Radosta, Alenjandro • Donolo, Pablo • Pezzani, Martin||INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND POWER ELECTRONICS|
|49||Analysis of instantaneous powers in eccentric induction motors using a sinusoidal distribution model||Castellino, Ariel Matías • Donolo, Pablo • De Angelo, Cristian • Bossio, Guillermo Rubén||INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND POWER ELECTRONICS|
|85||Procedure for Modeling a Boost Converter for UPS Using State Variables||Zola, Julio • D´angiolo, Federico||INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND POWER ELECTRONICS|
|87||Improved energy transfer efficiency to |
the wireless transmission of power energy with 3
SCMR Type coils
|Caycedo, Alejandro A • Reyes Parra, Cristian Arley • Rodríguez Garcia, Oscar Andres||INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND POWER ELECTRONICS|
|116||Low Active and Reactive Power Reserve in Honduras Northwest’s Transmisión System||Mendoza, Jocelyn Vanessa M • Rivera, Dennis||INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND POWER ELECTRONICS|
|141||Core Loss Prediction in Power Electronic Converters Based on Steinmetz Parameters||Tacca, Hernan||INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND POWER ELECTRONICS|
|150||Review of adaptive single-phase automatic reclosing schemes in extra high voltage lines||Carlos, Orallo • Strack, Jorge • Ignacio, Carugati • Matias, Hadad • Marcos, Funes • Maestri, Sebastian • Patricio, Donato G||INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND POWER ELECTRONICS|
|166||Distributed generation: design, integration and deployment of measurement systems||Salerno, Juan J • Castello, Marcelo C • Bertinat, Pablo • Airasca, Gustavo • Oliva, Rafael B||INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND POWER ELECTRONICS|
|174||Vane failure analysis in pumps by parameter estimation method||Radosta, Alenjandro • Poy, Fernando Y • Pezzani, Martin • Donolo, Pablo||INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND POWER ELECTRONICS|
|175||Open Source Data Management and Supervision System of an Isolated Microgrid in a Rural School||Catuogno, Guillermo • Acosta, Guillermo • Catuogno, Carlos||INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND POWER ELECTRONICS|
|176||Power Requirements for the Electrification of the Posadas-Encarnación Railway Service||Boher, José • Skölfman, Guillermo • Yuchechen, Darío Iván • Oliveira, Mario Orlando • Mazzoletti, Manuel Armando||INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND POWER ELECTRONICS|
|179||New DAG Comahue scheme with an HVDC link integrated to the Argentine Interconnection System (SADI)||Casterás, Leonardo • Villar, Raúl Roberto • Muino, Federico Martín • Molero, Gustavo||INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND POWER ELECTRONICS|
|192||Degradation platform for power MOSFETs in field cycling NRM applications||Velez Ibarra, Maria Delfina • Marchi, Brian Ezequiel • Acosta Bazan, Alejandra Celestina • Vodanovic, Gonzalo Tomas • Peretti, Gabriela Marta • Romero, Eduardo Abel||INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND POWER ELECTRONICS|
|193||Torque Control with MPC applied to a SynRM||Frias, R. Gastón • Catuogno, Guillermo • Moncada, Roberto • García, Guillermo||INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND POWER ELECTRONICS|
|194||FCS-MPC Based Fault Tolerant Control for Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machines||Catuogno, Guillermo • Kiselev, Aleksej • Frias, Gaston • Kuznietsov, Alexander • Leidhold, Roberto • Garcia, Guillermo||INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND POWER ELECTRONICS|
|201||Optimal Transmission Switching for cost reduction in the Interconnected System of Paraguay||Oviedo, Martin A||INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND POWER ELECTRONICS|
|210||Fault Diagnosis in PMSM with Partitioned Stator Windings - Part I: Experimental Validation with Static Eccentricity||Mazzoletti, Manuel A • Bossio, Guillermo R • Bossio, José • Leidhold, Roberto||INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND POWER ELECTRONICS|
|216||Fault Diagnosis in PMSM with Partitioned Stator Windings-Part II: Interturn Short-Circuit and Static Eccentricity||Mazzoletti, Manuel A • Bossio, Guillermo R • Bossio, José • Leidhold, Roberto||INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND POWER ELECTRONICS|
|230||Simulation model for the evaluation of an active fault diagnosis technique in induction motors||Otero, Marcial • Bossio, Guillermo Rubén • De La Barrera, Pablo Martin||INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND POWER ELECTRONICS|
|239||Potential effects on the application of fiscal and monetary incentives in the purchase of electric vehicles in the Metropolitan Area of Asunción, Paraguay (2018-2040)||Suarez Perez, Jazmin||INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND POWER ELECTRONICS|
|253||AC + DC Microgrid in connection to Weak Grid with Double Stator Wind Turbine and Flow Battery||Cendoya, Marcelo G||INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND POWER ELECTRONICS|
|282||Analysis and evaluation of the photovoltaic solar energy income in subsystems of the Paraguay National Interconnected System||Lisboa, Aldo||INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND POWER ELECTRONICS|
|320||Carbon-Neutral Academic Activities in Argentina: Can it become feasible?||Medina, Juan Cruz • Silva, Luis I. • Bucciarelli, Agustín G • Ferreyra, Diego M.||INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND POWER ELECTRONICS|
|322||OpenWee, Opensource Wind energy|
|Catuogno, Guillermo • Sosa, Franco • Catuogno, Carlos • Van Dam, Esteban • Planes, Damian • Pleitavino, Guillermo||INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND POWER ELECTRONICS|