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EPSRC Support by Research Area (Electrical Motors and Drive / Electromagnetics) in Theme (Energy)

Research areas are used to describe EPSRC's portfolio of excellent long term research and high quality postgraduate training.

Grants are classified using one or more research areas. The number and value of grants listed below reflects how the theme portfolio is described by this research area.

Please note: some research areas will appear under multiple themes. There is no unique, absolute, relationship between a research area and a theme.

Grant TitlePrincipal
Investigator
OrganisationDepartmentTotal Grant
Value (£)
Converter ArchitecturesYuan, Professor XUniversity of BristolElectrical and Electronic Engineering 1,259,400
DC networks, power quality and plant reliabilityStewart, Professor BGUniversity of StrathclydeElectronic and Electrical Engineering 653,260
DC networks, power quality and plant reliabilityGreen, Prof. TImperial College LondonElectrical and Electronic Engineering 358,243
DC networks, power quality and plant reliabilityRowland, Professor SMUniversity of Manchester, TheElectrical and Electronic Engineering 727,155
EPSRC Challenge Network in Automotive Power ElectronicsJohnson, Professor CMUniversity of NottinghamFaculty of Engineering 843,022
Multi-Domain Virtual Prototyping Techniques for Wide-Bandgap Power ElectronicsEvans, Dr PLUniversity of NottinghamFaculty of Engineering 1,079,258
Underpinning Power Electronics 2012: HubJohnson, Professor CMUniversity of NottinghamFaculty of Engineering 4,108,787
Underpinning Power Electronics 2017: Heterogeneous IntegrationEmpringham, Dr LUniversity of NottinghamFaculty of Engineering 1,354,962

Total Number of Grants: 8
Total Value of Grants: £10,384,088

The grant value may include the cost of access to facilities (these funds are not awarded to the grant holding organisation).