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Enhancing Three-Phase System Simulation with Dynamic Visualization

 The combination of simulation and dynamic visualization is a powerful tool for both building confidence when executing engineering projects, and when learning various engineering concepts. 

In this session, we will discuss how to use MATLAB graphics to enhance the output of simulation models that demonstrate various three-phase power systems and power electronics operational concepts. This session is suitable for engineers in academia and industry who are working with three-phase electrical technology.

 • What Is 3-Phase Power?  

About the presenters: 

Graham Dudgeon is Consultant Product Manager for Electrical Technology at MathWorks. Over the last two decades Graham has supported several industries in the Electrical Technology area, including Aerospace, Marine, Automotive, Industrial Automation, Medical Devices and Power & Utilities. Graham’s technical experience covers - Transmission & Distribution, Grid Integration, Renewable Energy, Power Conversion, Motors & Drives, Microgrids, Electric Aircraft, Electric Ship and Electric Vehicle, with an emphasis on system modeling and simulation, control design, real-time simulation, machine learning and data analytics. Prior to joining MathWorks, Graham was Senior Research Fellow at the Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre in Electrical Power Systems at the University of Strathclyde in Scotland, UK.

Moiz is the Manager of Electrical and Computer Engineering at MathWorks, leading growth in several areas including robotics and power systems. Moiz received his BS and MS from Rutgers University and New York University, in Applied Engineering and Biomechanics, respectively. He earned his PhD at Columbia University in Mechanical Engineering, working on developing rehabilitation robotic platforms. Immediately following, he was a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard Medical School and the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, where his research focused on developing minimally invasive robotic devices. Moiz has also served as a consultant for several industry leaders on robotics and design.

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