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Tuesday, August 13, 2019, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

All Tutorials are free and open to the public; no registration is required.

Electric Ship: Historical Perspective, John Amy and Norbert Doerry, Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division and Naval Sea Systems Command (Block 1)

High-Temperature Superconducting Technology for Electric Ships, Sastry Pamidi and Lukas Graber, Florida State University - Georgia Tech (Block 2)

Considerations for Electric Ship Design, Rick Hepburn, Hepburn & Sons (Block 2)

Electric Drive Fundamentals, Heath Hoffman, University of Michigan (Block 2)

Electric Ships and Electrical Insulation, Bob Hebner and Gian Carlo Montanari, Center for Electromagnetics, University of Texas - University of Bologna (Block 3)

Superconducting Synchronous Machines for Electric Ships, David Torrey and Nathaniel Hawes, General Electric (Block 3)

Introduction to Multi-Objective Optimization Based Power Component Design Using GOSET, Scott Sudhoff and Steve Pekarek, Purdue University (Block 4)

Advanced EMI Mitigation in Power Electronics, Fang Luo and Balaji Narayanasamy, University of Arkansas (Block 4)


8:00 am Block 1
8:45 am Break
10:15 am Block 2
12:00 pm No-host lunch
1:00 pm Block 3
2:45 pm Break
3:15 pm Block 4
5:00 pm Complete

ESTS 2019 Tutorials Chair

John Stevens - Annapolis, Maryland