Single-Phase Voltage Source Inverter with Pulse Energy Modulation for Power Decoupling

Liuchen Chang

University of New Brunswick

Liuchen Chang received the B.S.E.E. degree from Northern Jiaotong University, Beijing, in 1982; the M.Sc. degree from the China Academy of Railway Sciences, Beijing, in 1984; and the Ph.D. degree from Queen’s University, Kingston, in 1991. He is a Professor at the University of New Brunswick. His research interests include distributed generation, renewable energy conversion, and power electronic converters. Dr. Chang is a fellow of Canadian Academy of Engineering.


  1. Shuang Xu (University of New Brunswick)
  2. Riming Shao (University of New Brunswick)
  3. Liuchen Chang (University of New Brunswick)

Topic Areas

Track 1 Topics: New power converters and controls for wind, solar PV, CHP, wave and tidal, , Track 1 Topics: High efficiency power conversion for sustainable sources


S5 » Power Decoupling Techniques (13:30 - Tuesday, 26th June, University D)