2018 - IEEE Medal in Power Engineering “For pioneering contributions to theory and practice of power conversion systems and their applications.”
2008 - IEEE Richard Harold Kaufmann Award For pioneering contributions to the theory of instantaneous reactive power in three-phase circuits, and its applications to power conditioning
1996 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to the theory of instantaneous reactive power in three-phase circuits, and to the development of active power filters for harmonic compensation in power systems.
His primary areas of investigation include Electronic engineering, Control theory, Active filter, Electrical engineering and Pulse-width modulation. The concepts of his Electronic engineering study are interwoven with issues in Low-pass filter, Converters, Voltage regulation, Voltage-controlled filter and Electronic filter topology. His Control theory research includes elements of Capacitor, Power electronics, Electric motor, Harmonic and Voltage source.
His Active filter study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Total harmonic distortion, Electronic filter, Electric power system, Harmonics and AC power. His study in Electrical engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Power control and Energy storage. His Pulse-width modulation research incorporates elements of Battery, Vector control, Inverter and Transient state.
Hirofumi Akagi mainly focuses on Electronic engineering, Control theory, Electrical engineering, Voltage and Inverter. The various areas that Hirofumi Akagi examines in his Electronic engineering study include Pulse-width modulation, Converters, Active filter and Harmonics. His biological study deals with issues like Electronic filter, which deal with fields such as Electronic filter topology.
His Control theory study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Power factor, Voltage source and AC power. Hirofumi Akagi has researched Voltage in several fields, including Power control and Energy storage. His Inverter study combines topics in areas such as Induction motor, Motor drive, Electromagnetic interference and Harmonic.
Hirofumi Akagi mainly investigates Electronic engineering, Modular design, Voltage, Electrical engineering and Converters. His Electronic engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Voltage optimisation, AC power, Low voltage ride through, Pulse-width modulation and Chopper. His Pulse-width modulation study incorporates themes from Total harmonic distortion, Harmonic analysis and Active filter.
His Modular design research covers fields of interest such as Inverter, Control theory and Topology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Power factor, Cascade converter, Voltage regulation and Model predictive control. His Capacitor, Inductor and MOSFET study, which is part of a larger body of work in Voltage, is frequently linked to Frequency modulation, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Hirofumi Akagi focuses on Electronic engineering, Modular design, Voltage, Control theory and Converters. His research integrates issues of AC/AC converter, Wireless power transfer, AC power, Electrical engineering and Inductance in his study of Electronic engineering. His research investigates the connection with Voltage and areas like Logic gate which intersect with concerns in Resistor and Silicon carbide.
His studies in Control theory integrate themes in fields like Pulse-width modulation, Cascade converter, Maximum power transfer theorem and Model predictive control. His study in Pulse-width modulation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Total harmonic distortion, Harmonic analysis and Active filter. His research in Converters focuses on subjects like Power factor, which are connected to Direct torque control, AC motor, Motor drive, Vector control and Universal motor.
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A New Neutral-Point-Clamped PWM Inverter
Akira Nabae;Isao Takahashi;Hirofumi Akagi.
IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications (1981)
Instantaneous Reactive Power Compensators Comprising Switching Devices without Energy Storage Components
Hirofumi Akagi;Yoshihira Kanazawa;Akira Nabae.
IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications (1984)
Instantaneous power theory and applications to power conditioning
Hirofumi Akagi;Edson Hirokazu Watanabe;Mauricio Aredes.
New trends in active filters for power conditioning
IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications (1996)
Control and Experiment of Pulsewidth-Modulated Modular Multilevel Converters
M. Hagiwara;H. Akagi.
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics (2009)
The unified power quality conditioner: the integration of series- and shunt-active filters
H. Fujita;H. Akagi.
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics (1998)
Active Harmonic Filters
Proceedings of the IEEE (2005)
A new approach to harmonic compensation in power systems-a combined system of shunt passive and series active filters
F.Z. Peng;H. Akagi;A. Nabae.
IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications (1990)
Classification, Terminology, and Application of the Modular Multilevel Cascade Converter (MMCC)
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics (2011)
Control Strategy of Active Power Filters Using Multiple Voltage-Source PWM Converters
Hirofumi Akagi;Akira Nabae;Satoshi Atoh.
IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications (1986)
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