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Analysis and representation of non-stationary signals in inertia-reduced power grids

Friday 26th March at 9:30 via Microsoft Teams following this link Speakers: Prof. M. Paolone, Dr. A. Derviškadić, Dr. G. Frigo and A. KarpilowAbstract – Power systems are rapidly evolving towards low-inertia networks and system operators are facing new challenges to operate their grids safely. Specifically, they are facing a significant increase in renewable energy sources and inverter-connected […]


Chance constrained optimization: an overview

Tuesday 2nd March at 11:00 via Microsoft Teams meetingClick here to join the meetingLearn More | Meeting options Speaker: Abdel Lisser, Professor at Paris-Saclay University Title: Chance constrained optimization: an overview Abstract: Chance constrained optimization, also called probabilistic constrained optimization, is one of the main topics in stochastic optimization for dealing with random parameters in optimization problems. A chance […]


On Power Systems Stability Definitions and Analysis: the DC Microgrid example

Tuesday 26th January, 14:00 – 15:00 – Alessio Iovine, CNRS researcher at L2S  Title: On Power Systems Stability Definitions and Analysis: the DC Microgrid example Click here to join the meeting Abstract: The problem of defining and classifying power system stability has been addressed several times in the scientific literature. However, only recently the exchanges between the Control and Power […]


Fast fault identification in meshed HVDC grids: a fault parameter estimation approach (Paul Verrax)

Paul Verrax, PhD student at L2S and SuperGrid Institute. Tuesday 8th December at 11:00 via Microsoft Teams at Join Microsoft Teams MeetingLearn more about Teams Abstract: The emergence of meshed HVDC grids is seen as a promising option to interconnect large amount of renewable energies over long distances.  The protection of such grids requires the fast […]