A latest edition of the program is available.
Dear Authors, a general message has been sent to all of you having papers included in the preliminary program encouraging those who HAVE NOT registered yet, to do so as soon as possible. In order to facilitate their registration the EARLY registration will be open until Monday, 30th of July, 23:59 (Athens Time zone). Early registration means charging of the credit card or Bank transaction before the aforementioned deadline. We look forward to seeing you in Alexandroupoli, Greece.
IMPORTANT!!!! A template for the POSTER presentation is now available:
Robert Chin is currently the Group Research Area Manager at ABB corporate research. As a member of the global research leadership team in ABB, his responsibilities are in areas of electromagnetics, dielectric, energy storage, thermal management and acoustics. In 1997, Robert was awarded with the Cape Town Cooperation Silver Gilt Medal as the top graduate, while receiving his B.Sc degree (1st class honors) in Electro-mechanical Engineering from University of Cape Town, South Africa. In 2007, Robert joined ABB corporate research as a scientist in Västerås, Sweden, after receiving his Ph.D degree at Royal Institute of Technology (Stockholm) in 2006. He also holds a MBA degree (Fnancial Management) from Stockholm School of Economics in Sweden.
Jaime Peredo is an Industrial Engineer who obtained his PhD in Engineering from the University of Cantabria. Since 2003 he has been working in Gamesa Electric in different positions, starting as a design engineer of electrical machines and since 2009 he started a position as a Project Manager. Among the projects that Jaime led, we can find the G10x Generator in Gamesa, which has been the more powerful machine already design in Gamesa for an onshore wind turbine. During two years he also worked in Chesapeake offices in Virginia- US, leading a team to design and manufacture the G11X generator with a power of 5MW for offshore applications. In 2012, he started the management of programs related with hydro power customers. Some of the projects were located in Norway, Ecuador or Panama. Since 2014 he started a new role as a Head of Rotating electrical Machines Engineering in Gamesa Electric, leading a group of engineers in the design of electrical machines for applications in the wind industry or others like hydro plants, marine, nuclear or industrial applications.