July 2020 - Bo Fan receives certificate of appriciation in recognition of his dedicated service as an outstanding reviewer for the IEEE Tranactions on Power Systems 2019.
June 2020 – PhD student Heng Wu successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled “Small-signal and transient stability analysis of voltage-source converter” online. More than 100 people participated in the defense and 1/3 of them came from the industry. Slides from the PhD defense may be found here: PhD defense presentation.
March 2020 – PhD student Heng Wu was selected as one of the IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics' Outstanding Reviewers of 2019.
January 2020 - Aalborg University-Huawei Energy Innovation Center (AHEIC) was kicked off with three research projects on 10 January 2020. The center is managed by Prof. Xiongfei Wang, who is the center director, and a steering committee composed by Prof. Lasse Rosendahl, Prof. Frede Blaabjerg, Prof. Stig Munk-Nielsen and experts from Huawei Watt Lab.
January 2020 - Prof. Xiongfei Wang is elected as a Member-at-Large for the Administrative Committee (Adcom) of IEEE Power Electronics Society (PELS) from 2020 to 2022.
December 2019 - PhD Student Dapeng Lu successfully delivered his PhD thesis on Stability and Control of Dc-Link Dynamics in Three-Phase Grid-Connected Converters, on 11 December 2019.
December 2019 - the research programme hosts the visits of power electronics specialists from Ericsson, Sweden on 10 December 2019. The guests from Ericsson gave talks on the technical challenges with power supply of 5G telecom infrastructure.
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About the programme
The research programme on Electronic Power Grid (eGrid) was initiated in 2018, aiming at developing a world-leading research cluster on the development of power-electronic-based infrastructure for modern power systems. The opportunities brought by the emergence of wide-bandgap (SiC and GaN) power semiconductor devices are exploited. The control, stability and electromagnetic compatibility of power electronic converters in modern power grids are also focus areas.
The research programme is organised in three groups:
- Packaging and Manufacturing of Wide Bandgap Power Modules
- Medium-/High-Voltage Megawatt Power Electronics
- Stability and Power Quality
PhD/Industrial Courses in 2020
- Power module design, packaging and testing (June 22-24)
- Grid-Forming Inverters: Principles and Practices (May 18-20)
- Managing Harmonics in Modern Power Distribution Networks (October 5-7)
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