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Syeda Fatima Ghousia
Doctoral Candidate

Academic Qualification

2005 - M.Eng. (Electrical Power Engineering), University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
1995 - M.Sc. (Nuclear Engineering), Center for Nuclear Studies, Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan
1992 - B.E. (Electronics Engineering), DCET, N.E.D. University, Karachi, Pakistan

Industrial Experience

7 years of Research & Development, hardware and software design experience in  Human Machine Interface (HMI) including simulation, hardware development and installation, for the Instrumentation and Control design of the Nuclear Power/Research Reactor modules in Pakistan.
Current Research projects:

Matrix Converter Design
A Novel Hybrid Design of a PWM scheme for Electric Vehicle Applications
Impact Analysis and Otimization of Dwell angle parameters on present shape and Torque for Switched Reluctance Motors in Electric Vehicle applications

Research Interests:

Design and Optimization Techniques
Electric Machines
Electric Vehicles
Finite Element Analysis
Power Electronics

Conference papers :

1)  S. F. Ghousia and N.C. Kar, “Performance Analysis of an 8/6 Switched Reluctance Machine Using Finite-Element Method,” Proc. of IEEE Power Engineering Society General Meeting, 24-28 June 2007.
2)  S. F. Ghousia and N.C. Kar, “Investigation of Electromagnetic Force Using Tunable Volume Integration Method in a Switched Reluctance Motor,” International Conference on Theory and Application of Modeling and Simulation in Electrical Power Engineering, Electrimacs 2008, Quebec, June 8-11 2008.
3)  S. F. Ghousia, and N.C. Kar, “An Expert System Design with Variable PWM Switching Strategies for Optimal Current Control in Switched Reluctance Machines for Electric Vehicle Applications,” SAE World Congress 2011 (Accepted).
4)  S.F. Ghousia, N.C. Kar, “A Novel Hybrid PWM Switching Scheme for Torque Ripple Minimization in Switched Reluctance Machines for Electric Vehicle Applications,” SAE World Congress 2011 (Accepted).


Courses at UWindsor

Advanced Power Systems
Advanced Topics in MEMS
Analysis of Electric Machines
High Performance Hybrid Electric Vehicles
Advances in Industrial Ergonomics

Courses supervised as a Graduate Assistant

Electromechanical systems
Power Electronics

Center for Hybrid Automotive Research and Green Energy (CHARGE)
B-20 Essex Hall,
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
University of Windsor,
Ontario, Canada - N3B 2P4
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