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POWER ELECTRONICS AND ENERGY RESEARCH GROUP (PEER)

 

The Power Electronics and Energy Research (PEER) Group, formerly the Power Electronics Research (PERG) Group, was initiated at Concordia University in 1986.

The research of the group is supported by various grants from Federal and Provincial Agencies, as well as industry.

The PEER Group offers a program in static power converters, electric machines, drives and renewable energy that serves students at the university as well as engineers already established in the industry. The courses are offered on the Sir George Williams campus of Concordia University in downtown Montréal. The PEER Group research laboratory is located in the EV building at the corner of Guy and Sainte-Catherine streets.

150 hp Test-Bench

 
   
 

Research Areas of the PEER

 

 


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Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering


Concordia University

Mailing Address:
Power Electronics and Energy Research Group (PEER)
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Concordia University
Sir George William Campus
SGW-EVS3.605
1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. West
Montréal (Québec) H3G 1M8
Email: peer@encs.concordia.ca

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Last update: by Maher Al-Badri on Friday, 20 JUL 2018