Héctor R. Robles-Campos, PhD candidate, and Fernando Mancilla-David, professor of electrical engineering, received the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society Student Best Paper award for their paper titled “A comparative evaluation of modulation strategies for Hexverter-based Modular Multilevel Converters” from the 20th IEEE International Conference on Industrial Technology.
The award includes a plaque, plus an honorarium of $2,000. Additionally, the citation will be added to the IES awards webpage. Hector is also invited to be recognized during the gala dinner of the 2021 IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics (ISIE-2021), in Kyoto, Japan.
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