Pia Lindh (M’04, S’17) born in Helsinki in 1969, received her M.Sc. degree in energy technology in 1998 and her D.Sc. degree in electrical engineering (Technology) in 2004 from Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT), Lappeenranta, Finland. She is currently serving as an associate professor at the Department of Electrical Engineering in LUT Energy, Lappeenranta, where she is engaged in teaching and research of electric motors and electric drives.
Her research work focuses on permanent magnet motors, especially concentrated winding machines and new cooling methods. Lately her several projects deal with mobile working machines or bus applications and other traction motors.
Dr. Lindh has obtained practical teaching experience on several courses:
Laboratory work on electrical machines and drives
Design of Electrical machines
The principles of electrical drives
The principles of electrical engineering
Nordic Summer Seminars, PhD courses
PhD level courses held by Pia Lindh:
Magnetic Materials, PhD course 2011
PM machine: Design, Analysis and Control, PhD course 2011
Hybrid Vehicle Drive Systems, PhD course 2011
Elements of Synchronous Machine Design, PhD course 2012
Modern Electrical machines and applications, in Doctoral School of Tallinn University 2012
A course of permanent magnet machines, Concepcion University, Chile 2014