Applied Electric Appliance System Laboratory
Developing energy-saving technologies for everything from home appliances to next-generation automobiles
We are conducting research focusing on power electronics with the aim to conserve the energy of home appliances, electric vehicles and trains. To this end, we aim to examine various factors, including electrical and electronic circuits (such as inverters), electrical equipment (such as motors), automated control (such as digital control) and technologies to install circuits (such as the modularization of circuits).
|College of Engineering||Electrical Engineering|
|Faculty Name||Makoto Saito|
The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan|
The Japan Institute of Power Electronics
Low energy consumption technologies, Power electronics, Energy conversion|
Study FieldsElectrical engineering
For SocietyThe results produced in the field of study, which our laboratory works on, are used for almost all electrical equipment and devices, whether home appliances, automobiles, trains or power generation, in order to help them be more functionalized and energy saving. In fact, a system developed in our laboratory was sold and used in electrical power and railway companies.
- Development of an electric power conversion system that applies matrix converter circuits
- Stud on measures to ensure the electromagnetic compatibility of power electronics circuits