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AAU Energy

Education within Power Electronic Control, Reliability and System Optimization 

The group of Power Electronic Control, Reliability and System Optimization (PESYS) strives to create and maintain an active learning environment that encourages exploration, evaluation, understanding, application, and synthesis of the material presented. PESYS also serves in a discipline with professionals and scholars who seek continuous improvement in the education and supervision of developing researchers and educators.

Selected courses

  • Understand how to write good papers for high level journals (Industrial PhD Course, 2014-Present)
  • Generators and their control (Industrial PhD Course, 2014-Present)
  • Reliability Assessment in Electric Power Systems (Industrial PhD Course, 2020-Present)  
  • Cyber Security of Microgrids (Industrial PhD Course, 2020-Present)
  • Energy Markets and Analytics (Industrial PhD Course, 2020-Present) 
  • Advanced Optimization Techniques for Energy Systems Planning and Operation (Industrial PhD Course, 2020-Present) 

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Ongoing PhD projects

Completed PhD projects

Master projects

  • PED2-841, 2021: Fault-Tolerant Control for Multilevel Inverters
  • PED2-840, 2020: Design of Wind Turbine Converter Test-Bench for Reliability Testing
  • PED3-944, 2020: Fault-Tolerant Operation for Grid-Connected Power Converters
  • PED3-940, 2019: Design of Multiport Bi-directional GaN DC-DC Converter for Nano Satellite Systems
  • EPSH4-1032, 2019: Hybrid Generation Solution for Mining Site