Electrification is everywhere.

Learn how Automotive, Consumer Electronics and Companies use MATLAB/Simulink in Research and Development for going Electric.  

Our presenters and guest speakers will be sharing their experiences with applying MATLAB and Simulink to their projects in various industries.


Session #1:
Power Electronics Control Design Overview

15 February 22 | 15:00 - 16:00 (GMT+8) | Via Zoom
15 February 22 | 14:00 - 15:00 (GMT+7) | Via Zoom


The focus of the session will be on modeling and controlling power electronic systems in the Simulink® environment using Simscape Electrical™.



You will learn:

  • Plant Modeling in Simulink
    • Simulink
    • Simscape

  • Control Modeling and Tuning in Simulink
  • Introduce the PECD Series
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Session #2:
Field Oriented Control Made Easy

22 February 22 | 15:00 - 16:00 (GMT+8) | Via Zoom
22 February 22 | 14:00 - 15:00 (GMT+7) | Via Zoom


Field-oriented control is a popular means of controlling brushless motors used in automotive, industrial, aerospace, and consumer applications. Motor Control Blockset for Simulink speeds up the development of a field-oriented controller by helping you to verify control algorithms using simulation and generate compact and efficient code for a microcontroller. In this session, MathWorks engineers will walk you through a reference example of field-oriented control algorithm simulation and code deployment to a TI C2000 microcontroller for a permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM).



During the demonstration, we will show how Motor Control Blockset can be used to: 

  • Parameterize a PMSM model by running instrumented tests on a motor

  • Model motor and inverter dynamics at different levels of fidelity

  • Design a field-oriented controller, including current, and torque/speed loops using a quadrature encoder or Hall sensor

  • Show sensorless control using a flux observer

  • Demonstrate field weakening control to exceed the rated speed of the motor
  • Use automatic PID tuning to set the controller gains for current and speed loops
  • Verify controller performance through closed-loop simulations
  • Generate code for a Texas Instruments C2000 microcontroller and operate the current loop of the PMSM at 20 kHz
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Session #3:
Modeling and Simulation of Battery Systems with Simulink

By Dr. Javier Gazzarri, Principal Application Engineer, MathWorks Inc.

Distributed Energy Storage System for Power Systems Frequency Support

Dr. Xu Yan, Assoc. Professor, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore & Chairman IEEE Power & Energy Society Singapore Chapter

17 March 22 | 09:30 - 11:00 (GMT+8) | Via Zoom
17 March 22 | 08:30 - 10:00 (GMT+7) | Via Zoom


We will demonstrate how battery models and battery management systems can be developed to provide insights to support decision making during the design process.



Approaches to modelling batteries at different scales and fidelities appropriate to the task:

  • Developing battery cell models using characterisation experiments and parameter estimation

  • Scaling up battery cells to modules and packs, including thermal effects that are essential for thermal management design

State-of-the-art techniques for developing battery management system (BMS) algorithms:

  • State of charge and state of health estimation using nonlinear observers

Q & A and Discussions

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Session #4: Hands-On Workshop (Limited Free Slots*)
Getting Started With Power Electronics Control Design With Simulink

29 March 22 | 14:00 - 17:00 (GMT+8) | Via Zoom
29 March 22 | 13:00 - 16:00 (GMT+7) | Via Zoom

Don't miss our exclusive workshop to explore Power Electronics Control Design examples and their applications by our team of Application Engineers led by Ian M. Alferez. We highly recommended it if you are working on Power Electronics, Control Design, Electrification and Renewables but are New to MATLAB and Simulink.

Key Takeaways:
  • Get a quick overview on how to simulate any power electronics device in MATLAB/Simulink, like dc-to-dc converters
  • Understand how power electronics engineers use MATLAB® and Simulink® to develop digital control systems for motors, power converters, and battery systems to reduce project time by 50%
  • Learn the benefits of Model-Based Design
  • Explore System-Level Simulation with Simulink for PECD Applications.


Who should attend

Engineers, researchers, and managers who are working on power electronics applications or interested in developing digital control systems for motors, power converters, electrification, renewables, and battery systems.



In this hands-on workshop, you will learn:

  • Setup

  • Introduction to Model-Based Design

  • Various ways of modeling a DC Motor
    • Mathematical Modeling with Simulink
    • Physical Modeling with Simscape
    • Parameter Estimation

  • Control system design

  • Automatic Code Generation and deployment to Embedded Targets

*Terms and Conditions:

  • Due to the limited availability of seats, early registration is strongly recommended to ensure your participation.
  • Registration will be confirmed upon your receipt of the confirmation, on a first-come-first-serve basis.
  • Should you wish to cancel your registration, please inform us in writing to
  • TechSource Systems reserves the right to reschedule or cancel the event due to unforeseen circumstances. Every effort, however, will be made to inform participants of the change.

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Our Key Speakers


Dr. Javier Gazzarri

Prinicipal Application Engineer

MathWorks Inc.

Dr. Javier Gazzarri is a Principal Application Engineer at MathWorks Inc. in Novi, Michigan, specializing in modeling and simulation of battery systems as part of Model-Based Design. His work focuses on physical modeling, from cell-level to system-level, parameter estimation for model correlation, battery management system design, thermal management, aging diagnosis, and state-of-charge estimation algorithm development. Before joining MathWorks, Dr. Javier worked on fuel cell modeling at the National Research Council of Canada in Vancouver, British Columbia. He received a Mechanical Engineering Bachelor’s degree from the University of Buenos Aires (Argentina), a MASc degree (Inverse Problems for sensor design), and a PhD degree (Solid Oxide Fuel Cell degradation diagnosis) from the University of British Columbia (Canada).


Dr. Xu Yan

Assoc. Professor, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 

Chairman IEEE Power & Energy Society Singapore Chapter


Dr Xu received the B.E. and M.E degrees from South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, China in 2008 and 2011, respectively, and the Ph.D. degree from The University of Newcastle, Australia, in 2013. He conducted postdoctoral research with the University of Sydney Postdoctoral Fellowship, and then joined Nanyang Technological University (NTU) with The Nanyang Assistant Professorship. He is now an Associate Professor at School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering and a Cluster Director (Smart Grid and Microgrid) at Energy Research Institute @ NTU (ERI@N). His research interests include power system stability and control, microgrid, and data-analytics for smart grid applications. Dr. Xu is an Editor for IEEE Transactions (TSG and TPWRS), IET Journals (GTD and ECE), and China's power engineering international journals (CSEE JPES and MPCE). He is also serving as the Chairman for IEEE Power & Energy Society Singapore Chapter

Wesley Teoh

     Wesley Teoh

     Application Engineer

Wesley Teoh is an Application Engineer at TechSource Systems. He specialized in Control Systems, Image Processing, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning with MATLAB. He helps various customers across different industries with predictive failure detection using Machine Learning and Data Forecasting Analytics. He trained in official MathWorks training programs like MATLAB Fundamental, Image Processing, and Machine Learning. He teaches and covers ASEAN regions such as Malaysia and the Philippines. He holds a B.Eng in Electrical Engineering from the National University of Singapore (NUS), with high achievement in the intelligent systems industrial track.

Photo - Ian

Ian M. Alferez

Application Engineering Manager

Ian M. Alferez is the Application Engineering Manager at TechSource Systems. He specializes in in the field of embedded system (embedded coder configuration), data analytics (Machine Learning) and technical computing with MATLAB/Simulink. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communication Engineering from the University of San Carlos in Cebu, Philippines. Before joining Techsource Asia, he worked as a Software Development Engineer at Lear Corporation where he refined his skills in Model-Based Design with regards to the Verification and Validation Workflow and Embedded Software / Hardware. He has built his forte in Process Automation with MATLAB, Production Code Customization, Optimization and Generation with Embedded Coder, MATLAB/Simulink Algorithm for Auto Code Generation and Hardware Target Deployment, Customizing the Auto Test Generation / Property Proving with Simulink Design Verifier.