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2022-02: Control of power systems dominated by power electronic converters
Nov 29th - Dec 2nd, 2022



Description of the course

Power systems are witnessing a very important penetration of power electronics. Future power networks will be dominated by power electronics, and this implies start changing traditional approaches on how to understand, analyze and engineer power systems. The course presents an overview on the current challenges and solutions, while acknowledging that there are still many open questions which are being addressed by numerous researchers worldwide.
The course is structured on different lectures covering the main principles and methods for analysis of power systems dominated by power electronic converters. Different application examples are analyzed and discussed. Students will also follow some practical sessions where they will develop small models and will be able to apply the theoretical concepts studied.


Dr Jef Beerten (KU Leuven)
Prof Massimo Bongiorno (Chalmers U)
Dr Agustí Egea (Stratchlyde University)
Prof Xavier Guillaud (EC Lille)
Dr Jon Are Suul (SINTEF)
Dr Linbin Huang (ETH Zürich)
Dr Adrià Junyent (Imperial College)
Dr Omar Jasim (GE)
Dr Gianluca Postiglione (Nidec Asi)
Dr Pierre Rault (RTE)
Dr Hani Saad (ACDCtransient)
Dr Simon Wenig (Mosaic Grid solutions)
Dr Rodrigo Teixeira (Siemens)
Carmen Longás (REE)
Dr Marc Cheah (CITCEA-UPC)
Dr Eduardo Prieto-Araujo (CITCEA-UPC)
Prof Oriol Gomis-Bellmunt (CITCEA-UPC)


ETSEIB-UPC, Av. Diagonal, 647, 08028 Barcelona, Spain Link:


The course fees include lectures attendance, documentation (digital), coffee breaks and lunches. Registrations fees: Registrations are limited! You can register at:

Further information

More information on this course, including the course program featuring all the sessions and lecturers, can be found in the Course Brochure