Dr. Sid Ali Randi

Specialist Electric Drives – R&D Electromagnetic Simulation Engineer Renault Group, France

Sid Ali Randi received the Engineering degree in electrical engineering from Ecole Nationale Polytechnique, Algiers, 1995, and Ph.D. degree from Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse, Toulouse, France, in 2003. He has more than 15 years’ experience in the design and simulation of electrical machines and electrical drives for different industrial applications, in particular, axial and radial flux permanent magnet motors for electric mobility. He is currently a Research and Development Engineer in Electric Machines and Drives with the Simulation Department, Renault Technocenter, Guyancourt, France. He is also working as R&D Engineer at VEDECOM Institute. He is mainly working now on the design of innovative eMachines for EV and HEV applications. Mr Randi is also IEEE member.

Conference Day Two: 12th February 2020

Wednesday, February 12th, 2020

1:50 PM Expert Roundtables

Table A | Integration of Power Electronics and Electric Motors
Dr Simon Hart, CTO (Controllers and Power Electronics), YASA Ltd.

Table B | High performance materials for power dense motors and efficient powertrains
Jaydip Das, Senior Manager, Consumer Application Engineering, Carpenter Technology

Table C | Sustainable drivetrains: being cost effective
Dr. James Widmer, Director APC Electric Machines, School of Engineering, Newcastle University

Table D | Separately Excited motor: Freedom to control the motor over the shunt – what are the opportunities?
Dr. Sid Ali Randi, Specialist Electric Drives – R&D, Electromagnetic Simulation Engineer, Renault Group

Table E | The development of multiphase machine has become more attractive due to the many advantages they provide compared to their three-phase counterparts. However, control circuit design has proven to be a challenge due to the high current harmonics that need to be taken into account and their effects on motor parameters. We will be discussing the use of spatial harmonic models in the development of control circuits. 
Ahmed Shoeb, JMAG Support Engineer, Powersys, Germany
Dr. Daniel Keller , Advanced Engineering Department for electrical drives, Daimler AG, Germany

Table F | Dymeo® sensor, a new inductive technology simplifying your E-Motor drive
Reserved for one of our esteemed business partner Hutchinson

14:30 Presentation of results to the audience

4:50 PM Traction motors for EV and HEV with low rare earth material

Due to current project workloads the description of the presentation will be available as soon
as possible.

Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Sid.

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