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In 2017 we submitted our scientific work for publishing at International Conference on Electrical Machines and Systems (ICEM) proceedings. After a successful review process, we were invited to attend the conference as a presenter. The conference took place in Sydney, Australia.

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Based on our scientific contribution from previous years, we were also nominated to lead one of the parallel technical tracks as session chairs. Our scientific publication was in the field of low voltage, high power electric motor design for traction applications. We were focusing on a reduced voltage level for a safe solution in passenger car applications. One of our additional goals was to get rid of rear earth materials which are considered to be not environmentally friendly and expensive, which was successfully achieved.

As session chairs, we got an opportunity to get to know experts from all over the world and get in touch with the latest research topics in this field.

All in all, it was a great experience and we are looking forward to presenting our latest work at one of the upcoming events.

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