Professor Seppo J. Ovaska
Research units & titles
- Professor Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation - Professors, tenure track
- Industrial and Power Electronics - Professors, tenure track
Artistic and research interests
Over the past nearly four decades, my research interests have evolved in several directions: Industrial Electronics, Signal Processing, and Computational Intelligence. Currently, I am particularly interested in Sustainable and Energy Efficient Data Centers.
See the OA article on "Direct-to-Chip Liquid Cooling" that is based on the research I carried out with the High-Performance Computing team, during my sabbatical at UiT The Arctic University of Norway.
Web of Science 22, Scopus 27, Google Scholar 33.
Latest doctoral dissertations
A. Hentunen (2016), Electrical and Thermal Characterization of Large Lithium-ion Batteries for Non-road Mobile Machinery Applications. My role: Supervisor.
J. Holma (2015), A Pulse Power Modulator with Extremely Flat-top Output Pulses for the Compact Linear Collider at CERN. My role: Supervisor.
M. Liukkonen (2013), Methodologies for Development of Series-hybrid Powertrains to Non-road Mobile Machineries. My role: Supervisor.
Doctor of Science (Technology), Information Technology, Tampereen teknillinen korkeakoulu
Licentiate of Science (Technology), Information Technology, Teknillinen korkeakoulu
Master of Science (Technology), Tampereen teknillinen korkeakoulu
- Computational Intelligence, Embedded Systems, Fusion of Soft Computing and Hard Computing, Green Computing in Arctic Environment, Industrial Electronics, Signal Processing