Our focus is to enhance power conversion systems via new dielectric materials, geometric optimization, and high frequency power electronics.
Identifying and supporting the growing population of problem solvers with an entrepreneurial mindset on campus is one of the key goals of UW–Madison’s new Innovate Network.
Ludois Group PhD student Andy Schroedermeier developed an online tool for predicting and analyzing dv/dt issues in variable frequency motor drives. Check it out here!
Check out the interview about reflecting on life as an engineer and scientist.
Congratulations to Andy Schroedermeier for winning a Poster Presentation award at APEC 2018! The paper associated with the poster is: A. Schroedermeier and D. C. Ludois, “Integrated Inductors, Capacitors, and Damping in Bus Bars for dv/dt …
Dan Ludois and Cecil Edirisinghe: On the shoulders of giants: Innovation and the Wisconsin Idea the old-fashioned way
Dan Ludois and Cecil Edirisinghe: On the shoulders of giants: Innovation and the Wisconsin Idea the old-fashioned way Check out the “thought piece” here
Click on the links below: Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation announces 2017 Moore Inventor Fellows Dan Ludois, inventor of new electrostatic motor, named Moore Inventor Fellow Q&A: Wisconsin inventor wants to help electric motors lose …
At the 2017 IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE), Prof. Ludois and his graduate students Baoyun Ge and Jiejian Dai received prize paper awards from two IEEE Journals. First Prize Transactions Paper, awarded in …
Entrepreneur and self-described “tinkerer” Dan Ludois is building the nuts and bolts of a revolution.
Check out the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) article here
Prof. Ludois answers questions from elementary school students attending Saturday Science at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery (WID). Check out the video
Prof. Dan Ludois connects with students of attending the 2016 Wisconsin Science Festival, held at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery (WID). Watch the video to see how students learn the basic concepts of high voltage …
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