Two multiDC Ph.D. students, Andrea Tosatto from Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and Danilo Obradovic from KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, presented their work to Nordic Analysis Group (NAG) consisting of Nordic Transmission System Operators! The work and discussion revolved around Nordic Power System frequency stability enhancement using High-Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) interconnectors[…]
MultiDC member, PhD student of Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm (KTH) Danilo Obradovic successfully defended his Licentiate thesis! Danilo has shown big potential in improving frequency stability using an enhanced HVDC control. By synchronizing the control actions of several HVDC links, their droop based supplementary action relieves the work that primary frequency control (FCR-D)[…]
Looking for excellent, highly motivated, PhD students! We have opened a new PhD position on Data-Driven Security and Optimization of AC and HVDC Grids. Apply here! Deadline: Dec 15, 2018. [ Online Application ]
Looking at how to solve the challenges of the North Sea Wind Power Hub. Coordinated control of HVDC converters, zero inertia systems, and market integration of HVDC.Stay tuned! [www.multi-dc.eu | Check this out:North Sea Wind Power Hub]
Danilo Obradović got the best paper award in Power System Dynamics, Stability, and Control at the 50th North American Power Symposium (NAPS 2018) conference, Fargo, North Dakota, USA. His work is part of the multiDC project and the paper can be found here. He received the first prize for the best paper in the track[…]
The video of the presentation can be found here.