Noise Sources in Electric Vehicles
Electro Magnetic Applications, Inc
Denver, CO, USA
Abstract: With electric vehicles becoming more common, the electromagnetic noise they generate is an issue that more designers must face. Ms. Burnham brings lessons learned from several years of troubleshooting electric vehicles, both hybrid and plug in, to discuss some of the most important EV noise factors.
Speaker’s Bio: Karen Burnham is a Principal Scientist at Electro Magnetic Applications in Denver, CO. She is an iNARTE certified EMC engineer with experience in both the aerospace/defense and automotive industries. At NASA JSC, she worked on the Orion spacecraft and pyrotechnic systems. She was able to work on the Dream Chaser spacecraft and the F-35 fighter jet. She spent several years working at Ford Motor Company on traditional vehicles like the Ford Edge and Lincoln Continental as well as on their line of electric hybrid vehicles such as the Ford Explorer and Lincoln Aviator. Ms. Burnham is a member of the IEEE EMC Society Board of Directors where she serves as Vice President of Standards. She holds a BS degree in Physics from Northern Arizona University and an MS degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Houston.
This event is organized by IEEE MTTS SBC IIT Kanpur, India.