Prof. Dr. Philippe LADOUX
Prof. Philippe Ladoux was born in 1963. He received his engineering degree from the Institute of Engineering “ENSEEIHT” of Toulouse in 1987 and his PhD in Electrical Engineering from the “Institut National Polytechnique” of Toulouse, France in 1992. In 1994, he joined the Static Converters Research Group at LAPLACE (Laboratory of Plasma and Energy Conversion ) in Toulouse, for which he was Manager from 2001 to 2009. He is currently Professor at the “Institute of Engineering “ENSEEIHT” in Toulouse where he teaches Power Electronics. His research interests are Multilevel Converters for High Power Applications. The fields of application are Railway Electric Traction as well as Medium and High Voltage Power Systems. Prof. Philippe Ladoux has a strong experience of collaborative research with academic and industrial partners both at national and international levels. He is also involved in the steering committees of the international conferences SPEEDAM and ESARS and in the board of directors of PCIM Europe.