Drazen Dujic

ELG 031 (Bâtiment ELG)
Station 11
CH-1015 Lausanne

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Administrative data



Electrical Engineering

Liverpool John Moores University

2006 - 2008


Power Electronics

University of Novi Sad

2003 - 2005


Electrical Engineering

University of Novi Sad

1996 - 2002

Teaching & PhD


Electrical and Electronics Engineering

PhD Programs

Doctoral Program in Energy

Doctoral Program in Electrical Engineering


Power electronics

The goal of the course is to present fundamentals of power electronics. The key focus is on the operating principles of power electronic converters, their modelling, sizing and design.

Industrial electronics I

The course deals with the control of grid connected power electronic converters for renewable applications, covering: converter topologies, pulse width modulation, modelling, control algorithms and controllers (PID and PR), coordinate frame transformations, grid monitoring and synchronisation (PLL).

Lab in electrical energy systems

This teaching lab provides the practical experiences related to the operation of power electronics converters and digital control in power electronics, through experimental activities on the Power Electronic Teaching Setups. Work is organised by means of mini projects.

Industrial electronics II

The course is dealing with high performance drives and methods to control various electrical machines by means of power electronic converter and advanced control methods.

Power electronics for renewable applications

Introduction to key aspects of power-electronics utilization in renewable energy applications, including the basic operation principles, system-level properties, control, and modeling. Practical experiences are gained via the simulation exercises.

Field-Based Insights into the Implementation of Renewable Energies (Summer School Mont-Soleil)

The PhD/Summer school Mont-Soleil is dedicated to Advanced Methods and Technologies for intergrated Renewable Energies. The extra-muros organisation of the course will include Field-Based Insightes into the Implementation of renewable Energies. Total 19 lecturers 28 hours of lectures.