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Xiongfei Wang

Professor of Power Electronic Systems

Research Areas: modelling and control of power electronics, stability and power quality of power-electronic-based power systems, grid integration of renewable energy systems, HVDC & STATCOM.

Xiongfei Wang joined KTH on a part time basis in 2020 and has been a full-time professor here since November 2022. His research is centred on the power electronics technology that enables the flexible control of electric power. The technology uses digital computers and semiconductor devices to convert electric power from one stage to another. Over the years, it has become a foundational technology for the green transition of modern energy systems. Power electronics devices are widely used to harness renewable energy for electricity production, to efficiently transmit and consume electricity, and to electrify transportation and industry processes.

The widespread use of power electronics technology is fundamentally changing the operation and control of electric power and energy systems. This transformation brings unprecedented challenges to the stability and security of the electricity supply. Aiming to tackle the challenges, Xiongfei Wang’s research has been dedicated to the system integration and control of power electronics devices.

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Last changed: Mar 30, 2023
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