39 members of staff, 23 laboratories, 7 chairs and 6 projects
The secrets of electric power are revealed at this Department. Where does the electric power come from, how it is transferred and how can it be put to use – these are the questions we are dealing with. Electrical machines are our main subject area, but we also devote equal attention to industrial control and management of complex facilities and processes.
The activities of this Department are closely followed by some important industry players – apart from solutions researched at the Department, these companies also seek successful students as potential expert-level employees.
|Name of laboratory||Location|
|Research laboratory for application of battery storage in electric power systems||A141|
|Laboratory for electrical networks and installations||A227|
|Laboratory for electrical measurements||A244|
|Laboratory for signal measuring and processing||A245|
|Laboratory for electrical networks||A246|
|Laboratory for electrical facilities||A247|
|Laboratory for process values measurement||A248|
|Laboratory for electrical drives||A250|
|Laboratory for electrical machines||A252|
|Laboratory for electric machines regulation||A316|
|Laboratory for control and management||A317|
|Laboratory for power electronics||A318|
|Laboratory for magnetic compatibility||A323|
|Laboratory for electrical installations||A324|
|Laboratory for protection and management||A325|
|Laboratory for high-current technology||B106|
|Laboratory – power centre||B309|
|Research laboratory for power electronics||B310|
|Laboratory for electrical engineering fundamentals||B317|
Detailed information on the laboratories is available at FESB Interactive Timetable.