Tailored for design/electronics/system engineers, this training course brings your knowledge in the field of EMC to the next level. Simulation, lab demonstrations, together with real life case studies ensures you grasp the essential troubleshooting skills after the course.This course is perfect for design/electronics/system engineers who have some electronics background. You will get a lot of useful tips about solving EMI issues.
The founder and principal EMC consultant, who brings extensive expertise in power electronics, digital electronics, electric machines, and product design. With a PhD from Newcastle University's Electrical & Electronics Engineering department, where his research focused on novel power switching schemes to reduce EMI emissions, Min's work has been widely cited in research papers. He has worked as an EMC specialist on milestone projects with Dyson Technology in the UK, establishing EMC capabilities for the Dyson Electric Vehicle project.
To get a certificate for the Practical EMC Training for Design Engineers course, you need to work on activities listed below each lesson and then upload at least 1 screenshot from at least 1 of the activities. After you do this for every lesson, your screenshots will be sent to Dr Min Zhang for evaluation.
How long is this course?
The Practical EMC Training for Design Engineers course consists of 10 lessons. Each lesson is approximately 1 hour long and the total length of the course is approximately 10 hours.
What do I need to take this course?
For taking the Practical EMC Training for Design Engineers course, you might need to download a free version of the SPICE based simulation tool, such as LTSPICE or Simetrix.