an initiative of Department of Information Technology, Government of India
Power Electronics Education
(18th - 19th July 2009)
The National Mission on Power Electronics Technology (NaMPET) is a national mission programme launched in November 2004 by the Department of Information Technology (DIT) under Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, Government of India. It is a pioneering endeavour to galvanize and streamline the academic, research, engineering and entrepreneurial activities within India in the area of Power Electronics Technology. Principal objective of NaMPET is to enable Indian Power Electronics Industries to attain a dominant position in the international market. A National Steering Committee comprising of eminent experts from different agencies and institutions in India guides the activities of NaMPET and NWPEE-2009 is one of such activities.
The National Workshop on Power Electronics Education (NWPEE 2009) aims to bring together experts from academic institutions to share their views in the following key directions.
• Restructuring of Power Electronics curriculum at BE and PG level and suggest suitable course structure to the universities
• Preparing a list of a set of laboratory equipment, and prototype suitable lab experiments to supplement the curriculum
• Introducing several specialized course on advanced Power Electronics topics such as a) Power Quality b) AC Drives c) Digital control of PE systems d) and so on
There is no registration fee. Invited delegates will be paid travel allowances as per Government of India norms. Local transport and hospitality will be provided by NIT Rourkela. However, delegates should inform their date and time of arrival at Rourkela and departure from Rourkela, well in advance.
For more details, visit: www.nitrkl.ac.in