Our first appearance on the IFEC competition was back in 2005, in Chicago, Illinois. Our team won first place with our Digitally Controlled Electromotor for the stated performance criteria, surpassing teams from some of the worlds most prestigious universities. We won both the Outstanding Presentation Award and the Outstanding Technical Report Award.
Next we competed on IFEC 2016. With a Grid-side Single-phase Rectifier as our new project, we won the The Best Education Impact Award and placed third.
In the final round of the competition, in Beijing, China, we secured the fourth place and yet again won The Educational Impact Award. This accomplishment confirmed that the grade of work being done in the Laboratory for Digital Drive Control and Electric Vehicles is upstanding.
In the finals held at Madison University, Wisconsin, our team won first place and The Grand Award with our E-Drive For Bicycle. This accomplishment is a crown jewel of multiple years of hard and dedicated work of our team.
Competing with 40 universities from Europe, Asia, and USA, our team reached finals in 2020 and secured second place and The Outstanding Performance Award with our Power Supply For Nanosatellites. We are extremely proud of the high power density and the light weight of our prototype, as those are some of the most crucial features.
At the moment, our team is working on a new project – a smart, efficient and light Solar Powered Microgrid Inverter. Our members this year come from multiple departments of the Faculty. Day by day, we are ardently working in order to create the best prototype. Wish us luck!