Note: For publications prior to 1998, please browse Research Volumes
CPES Research Library
Our library includes the Center's technical papers published in conference and journal papers, thesis and dissertations produced by graduates, and a research volume series compiled by CPES faculty.
WHO HAS ACCESS?
Online access to CPES publications is reserved for CPES industry partners only. Principal Plus, Principal, and Associate Members have access to all publications and presentations, and Affliciate Members have access to the CPES Conference Proceedings. Users from member firms may set up individual user accounts based on company email address.
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- Presentation - CPES Conference Update
- Presentation - Excess Loss and Inductance Mechanisms in an Axial Inductor Structure
- Bio - Excess Loss and Inductance Mechanisms in an Axial Inductor Structure
- Presentation - Heterogeneous Integration for Power Electronics Circuits Topic 3
- Presentation - Heterogeneous Integration for Power Electronics Circuits Topic 2
- Presentation - Heterogeneous Integration for Power Electronics Circuits
BROWSE BY TYPES OF PUBLICATIONS
Each year, CPES research outcomes are presented at the CPES Annual Conference and published in the Conference Proceedings. Since 2000, the CPES Annual Conference materials also include presentations and posters highlighting and summarizing the research conducted over the prior year.
CPES technical papers published over the years cover a broad spectrum of research topics. To provide an easy reference source for industry partners, CPES has compiled these publications into a book series with 16 research volumes.
CPES graduates have produced a rich resource of thesis and dissertations.
Presentation slides of CPES faculty and students from numerous internal and external speeches, presentations and events.
Lecture notes by CPES faculty are available to CPES industry members for internal use only. Notes relate to graduate and advanced undergraduate courses in the Virginia Tech Power Electronics curriculum.
CPES research projects since 1977