Etopia Blog

In this section you can read about the ideas and progress of our ESRs. We also share the lifestyle of being a PhD researcher in the field of Electromagnetic Compatibility.

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My experience as ESR in the Etopia Project

It's been more than a year since I started my PhD in Nottingham, UK. Despite the current situation caused by Covid-19, I think it has been an amazing experience. Read more...

Angel, 02.02.2021

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Sharing my experience as an early-stage researcher in the ETUT pre-recruitment event.

On January 27, a pre-recruitment online event of the new project “European training network in collaboration with Ukraine for electrical Transport” (ETUT) took place. Ukraine, the Netherlands, and United Kingdom participating in this project. Read more...

Denys, 17.02.2021

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The Importance of Soft Skills for an ESR under Difficult Times (Covid-19)

The work of an ESR (Early Stage Researcher), during his/her Ph.D., is not only about to write or read papers, get good grades on tests and do experiments but also concerns to scientifically contribute on help others in way that is possible to reach a common development in a community. Read more...

Douglas,  05.08.2021

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Application of MATLAB-PSPICE Co-Simulation in EMI analysis

Software simulations are key in circuit designs. They allow the designer to see the outputs of his or her design early and gives freedom to modify the circuit at the design stage if modification is required. Read more...

Abduselam, 01.01.2021

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The importance of EMI model of power electronics in a system and how to build it

With the increasing applications of power electronics in systems such as automotive sectors and smart cities, there are many electromagnetic interference (EMI) issues from these power converters which should be paid more attention. Read more...

Lu, 05.01.2021

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Current Problems

With the massive decrease in cost of acquisition of renewable energy technology, implementation of the technology is accelerating. 
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Alex, 21.01.2021

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Battery Electric Modelling Using Model-Based Design

Electric vehicles (EV) has been received progressively attention in research and development over universities, companies and research institutes... Read more...


Douglas, 31.08.2020

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Effects of Random Modulation on the reduction of EMI emissions of a DC-DC Converter

Nowadays, the energy sector is giving much attention to renewable energy sources since they are clean and inexhaustible. However due to their intermittency, they require smart power electronics converters for their sustainable operations... Read more...

Abduselam, 20.09.2020

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System Integration in Smart Cities

A smart city is a configuration to develop, promote and apply sustainable development practices to address growing urbanization challenges, which include a variety of applications in different environments... Read more.... 


Francinei, 07.10.2020

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How do EMI issues occur?

A brief article about how electromagnetic interference (EMI) can affect several critical systems and some examples of reported issues. Read more...

Francinei, 09.06.2020

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Conducted EMI and Power Quality in DC Microgrids 

- With the recent economic feasibility in small scale renewable power generation, electricity now can not only be generated locally but also be shared within a close-knit community Read more...

Arun, 15/08/2020 

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Why time domain measurements are necessary

With increasing amount of equipment which works in pulse mode and with increasing number the number of unstable interference usual Frequency Domain (FD) measurements.  Read more.... 


Denys, 31/08/2020

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Further on Fundamentals of EMI.

We live in a world today surrounded by electromagnetic fields. Unseen to our eyes, these fields exists everywhere, from every electronic device we use to all the electrical cables around us. Read more...

Arun, 29.05.2020

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Modal Impedances in Automotive Powertrains

The widely spread of information-communication technology (ICT) devices raises a critical issues about conducted electromagnetic interference (EMI) between switching devices and signal transmission. Read more...

Lu, 02.06.2020

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Differential Mode and Common Mode Conducted Coupling

In the EMC World, there are two common terms that will be found in many EMI discussions or considered as fundamental concepts, those are “differential mode” and “common mode”. Read more.... 

Muhammad, 07.06.2020

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Fundamentals of EMI

A basic indroduction to clearly understand the effects created by the electrical and electronic equipments we use on a daily basis. Read more...

Ahmed, 10.05.2020

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Ways for measuring data

What about measuring data using a Raspeberry and Picoscope modules? Interesting right? In this post I will share summarize the most important aspects of this project. Read more...

Alexander, 22.05.2020

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 UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM OPEN BERT

A Bit Error Ratio Tester (BERT) is used to calculate how a data communication link is affected by sources of interference by finding the ratio of correctly transmitted bits, to incorrectly transmitted
bits. Read more...

Angel, 27.05.2020

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