Attendees of IEEE Transportation Electrification Community webinars will receive a Certificate of Attendance and will have the opportunity to earn one (1) Professional Development Hour (PDH) certificate! Once the webinar is complete, a link will be provided for you to complete a form to receive a certificate.

For live webinars, you do not need to be a member of the IEEE TEC.   Please note to access past webinars you will need to be a member of TEC.



Upcoming Webinars

BLDC Motor Control:  Hardware Requirements and Design Guidelines

Presenter:  Prabhat Ranjan Tripathi, FleetRF PVT. LTD. India
Date:  Wednesday, May 18, 2022, 9:00 am EDT
Sponsored by the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society

Abstract: PMBLDC motors are new workhorses and have successfully replaced conventional DC and Induction motors from portable power tools and home appliances and are readily used in robotics and drones. These motors have best-in-class torque-to-weight ratios, and efficient controllers can be designed for various use case scenarios. The high availability of off-the-shelf BLDC motors in low to medium voltage and power ratings has enabled them to be employed in many battery-operated tools and appliances. However, designing a motor controller hardware involves many challenges like selecting switches, controllers, and sensors. Moreover, the proper layout of analog, digital, and power signals on a single hardware board poses a unique challenge and requires a non-trivial PCB design.

The proposed webinar lays a guideline for making such single-board BLDC motor controllers with the following points:

1- BLDC motor basics.
2- BLDC motor controllers.
3- BLDC controller design requirements.
4- Component selection.
5- PCB Layout considerations.


Prabhat Ranjan Tripathi, Ph.D., SMIEEE, is leading the Power Electronics & Systems Design team at FleetRF PVT. LTD. India. He received his Ph. D. from EEE Department, BIT Mesra Ranchi. He has been a visiting student at the center of research on microgrids (CROM), Aalborg University, Denmark [May-20 to Dec-20], and the Electrical Engineering Division at the University of Cambridge, UK [Sep,17-Mar,18]. He has hands-on experience in the hardware design of various DC-DC, DC-AC converters, and motor drives and has worked on various PCB designing tools like ALTIUM Designer, EAGLE, and Ki CAD. His research area is aerospace power systems, BLDC motor controllers, and battery storage and management systems. Dr. Prabhat is a senior member of IEEE and is associated with various IEEE societies, including IES, IAS, PES, PELS, and CAS.


Importance and Need for EMI Standards for Mobility:  Part 1 of 4 - Noise Sources in EV

Presenter:  Karen Burnham, Electro Magnetic Applications, Denver, CO, USA
Date:  Thursday, May 19, 2022, 10:00 AM EDT | 14:00 UTC | 19:30 IS
Sponsored by the IEEE Standards Association and IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Society

Abstract: With Electric Vehicles (EV) becoming more common, the electromagnetic noise they generate is an issue that more designers must face. Karen Burnham, Principal Scientist at Electro Magnetic Applications, brings lessons learned from years of troubleshooting electric vehicles, both hybrid and plug-in, to discuss some of the most important EV noise factors.

This webinar will be extremely helpful to a wide audience looking to become more sustainable with zero emissions commercial vehicles.

To find past webinars, click here or visit the TEC Resource Center

Please note you will need to be a member to access the past webinars on the TEC website. 



Eric Cheng
Education Committee Chair


TEC is currently looking for webinar presenters for 2022.  A webinar is typically 45 minutes long with approximately 15 additional minutes for Q&A.  

For more information click here.