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Division of Electric Power and Energy Systems

The research and education conducted at the Division of Electric Power and Energy Systems covers areas including electricity markets, facilitating renewable electricity generation and its integration into the system, power system dynamics, operation and control, power electronics and its application in grids, electric drives and machines and their applications in electric transportation, and resilient communication and control systems.

Research areas

Electrical Machines and Drives

Electrical systems transfer electricity which is mostly produced by electric machines and consumed by electric machines (motors) in the industrial, transportation, and residential sectors.

Electricity Markets

Efficient operation of electricity markets is essential for the development of society. Integration of large amounts of renewable intermittent energy sources brings new challenges on the operation of power systems and design of electricity markets.

Power Electronics

Power electronics deals with highly efficient and controllable conversion of electric power. It is found in renewable energy production, electricity transmission, electric transportantion, power supplies, industrial motor drives, electric energy storage and ligthting applications.

Power System Stability, Operation and Control

Our aim is to develop models, methods, tools, and control strategies to maintain a secure and reliable operation of power systems in a cost effective manner.

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Recent publications

[1]
Z. Li, X. Huang and L. Peretti, "The Scalable Analytical Model for Calculating the Magnetic Field of Surface-Mounted Permanent Magnet Motor," IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, pp. 1-11, 2024.
[2]
Z. Li et al., "Hybrid Analytical Model of Permanent Magnet Linear Motor Considering Iron Saturation and End Effect," IEEE transactions on energy conversion, pp. 1-10, 2024.
[3]
Z. Li et al., "Hybrid Analytical Model for Predicting the Electromagnetic Losses in Surface-Mounted Permanent-Magnet Motors," IEEE Transactions on Transportation Electrification, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 1388-1397, 2024.