MIT Power Electronics Society
Meetings are 7PM on the first Friday of each month in N52-115 (MITERS).
Medium-sized musical Tesla coil at our CPW 2015 project demonstration night.
Large-sized musical Tesla coil at the East Campus rush party in 2015.
Testing of a Tesla coil near MITERS in N52
What does our club do?
The MIT Power Electronics Society is an undergraduate student group that works together on power electronics projects. Our members build Tesla coils, induction heaters, motor drives for electric vehicles, and all kinds of other power converters. Attend our meetings to learn how you can get involved and use our mailing list to find friends to work on projects with, ask technical questions, and share interesting research, papers, links, etc.
Our sponsors for fall term 2015 are:
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The MIT Power Electronics Society is not affiliated with the IEEE group of a similar name. We think they're cool though.