André Hodder

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Lecturer

andre.hodder@epfl.ch +41 21 693 56 09

Citizenship : Suisse

Birth date : 25.05.1974

EPFL STI SEL-ENS
ELG 1037 (Bâtiment ELB)
Station 11
CH-1015 Lausanne

EPFL STI SMT SMT-ENS
ELG 037 (Bâtiment ELG)
Station 11
CH-1015 Lausanne

EPFL STI SEL-GE
ELG 037 (Bâtiment ELG)
Station 11
CH-1015 Lausanne

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Teaching & PhD

Teaching

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Microengineering

PhD Programs

Doctoral Program in Energy

PhD Students

Rametti Simone,

Courses

Energy conversion

The course aims at providing the elements related to the energy conversion with particular reference to the electricity production by means of conventional and renewable energy sources. The course illustrates the fundamental notions for the modeling of energy conversion systems.

Electrical machines (for EL)

The aim of this course is to acquire the basic knowledge related to electrical machines (electromechanical conversion). The course covers the magnetic circuit, the transformer, synchronous, induction and direct current machines as well as stepper motors.

Electrical machines (for ME)

The aim of this course is to acquire the basic knowledge related to electrical machines (electromechanical conversion). The course covers the magnetic circuit, the transformer, synchronous, induction and direct current machines as well as stepper motors.

Lab in energy conversion

This teaching lab provides the experimental experiences associated to courses of the Energy orientation of the BSc in EE. The experiments cover power systems (distribution), electrical machines and elements related to conversion system, including storage.

Advanced lab in electrical energy systems

The purpose of this teaching lab is to put together all the concepts learned during the course into electrical energy by the implementation of an islanded production unit. The number of places is limited, therefore the student must contact the teacher before the beginning of the course.

Actuators and Electromagnetic systems II

The students will be able to model, simulate and measure actuators and electrical motors

Embedded motor control

The student will be able to design, make and program a complete motor/actuator drive. He will know how to apply motor control theory to real systems.