The Grenoble Electrical Engineering Laboratory covers the whole spectrum of the electrical engineering science, from materials to systems, from processes to actuators, from micro systems to large power systems, from production to usage of electrical power.
Throughout its history, G2Elab has been driven by simple guidelines: expand its expertize, capitalize on its research, develop new concepts and transfer knowledge to companies, relying on an intimate knowledge of materials and a proven cability to model and simulate devices of Electrical Engineering. It activities are focussed in the areas of power grids, power electronics, electric actuators, electrostatic processes and micro systems .
The research activities of laboratory covers 4 major themes:
Energy efficiency and energy management, power electronics, systems, management of power in hybrid or electric vehicle, new grid architectures, management of energy in micro systems ...
- Innovative Systems and Processes
µsystems, electrostatic, magnetic or superconducting processes and devices
dielectric, magnetic, superconducting materials, durability, ionized media
Multi physics modeling, optimal sizing, capitalization of knowledge