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Dan Ludois
May 2, 2024

ECE Focus on Faculty: Daniel Ludois

Written By: Allyson Crowley


Daniel Ludois is a Jean Van Bladel Associate Professor and H.I. Romnes Fellow within the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. During his time in the department, Ludois has won awards for teaching, mentoring, and research, including a 2015 National Science Foundation CAREER Award. His work falls in the department’s Energy Systems research area, and as head of The Ludois Research Group, he and his team strive “To enhance power conversion systems through the creative application of new materials, mechanical integration, and power electronics operating at high frequency or high voltage.”

In this video profile, hear Ludois talk about his research in power and energy conversion, his work with the Wisconsin Electric Machines and Power Electronics Consortium, and how he encourages students to be bold, creative and try new things.

Focus on Faculty – Daniel Ludois

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