Power Electronics Society
To be the leading provider of technical information, community services, and personalized services to power electronics professionals in Eastern North Carolina (Region 3 PEL35) including switching electronic circuits to control the flow of electrical energy, switching power supplies, power converters, power inverters, power converters, motor drives, control of renewable energy, electric vehicles, and motor soft starters. Chapter activities may include guest speakers, workshops, and seminars, as well as social functions. The PELS chapter provides members with valuable opportunities to network at a local level – enabling both personal and professional growth.
Meeting information is announced via IEEE mailing list web site. For more information, contact The Power Electronics Society Chair, John J. Shea at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PELS at the organizational level has published a series of lectures to their website; we hope you find this content useful.
The IEEE PELS Digital Media and Education Committee needs volunteers to review power-related educational videos. We need graduate students, industry members, and faculty. All it takes is about an hour of your time to review a single video. To volunteer, please email your name, occupation, email, and area of focus (controls, devices, converters, etc.) to Kristen Booth at KB72@mailbox.sc.edu. We have over 100 hours of video to review and need lots of volunteers.