Activities Archive

  • Webinar: Power Electronics Technology-Quo Vadis

    Abstract: Power Electronics Technology – Quo Vadis The world is becoming more and more electrified combined with that the consumption is steadily increasing – at the same time there is a large transition of power generation from fossil fuel to renewable energy-based which all together challenges the modern power system […]

  • Webinar: Control, design and cyber-security challenges for DC Microgrids

    Abstract: With the rapid development of power electronics technology to encompass reduced environmental impact, there is a clear tendency to establish high voltage (HV) and low voltage power distribution systems using DC technology – thereby giving rise to a DC microgrid concept. Today, we can find DC microgrids in many […]

  • Evolution of Distribution Grids – DNO to DSO Transformation

    Evolution of Distribution Grids – DNO to DSO Transformation Webinar Overview: The common practice in traditional DNOs is passive distribution grids with uni-directional power flows, and highly predictable load and voltage profiles that can be managed with pre-specified rules and pre-set regulating devices located on pre-specified locations. Therefore, a very […]

  • The 6th International Conference on Control, Instrumentation, and Automation

    The 6th International Conference on Control, Instrumentation, and Automation About Conference The 6th international conference on Control, Instrumentation, and Automation (ICCIA 2019) will be held on October 30th and 31st in Sanandaj, Kurdistan, Iran by the University of Kurdistan.  The international conference on Control, Instrumentation, and Automation (ICCIA) is being […]

  • International Conference on Power and Energy Systems Engineering

    International Conference on Power and Energy Systems Engineering Energy is a key driver of economic growth and in the environmental dimension, renewable energy sources are major drivers of environmental solutions at global as well as local levels. The power and energy systems engineering is experiencing its greatest ever changes and challenges due […]

  • 2019 The International Conference on Electrical Engineering and Green Energy

    2019 The International Conference on Electrical Engineering and Green Energy 2019 The International Conference on Electrical Engineering and Green Energy (CEEGE 2019) was held in Rome, Italy during June 28-30, 2019. This conference is highlighted by four Keynote Speakers: IEEE fellow Prof. C.Y. Chung, University of Saskatchewan, Canada; Prof. Hassan […]

  • 2018 Smart Grid Conference (SGC)

    2018 Smart Grid Conference (SGC) About Conference The 2018 Smart Grid Conference (SGC) was held on November 28th and 29th, in Sanandaj, Kurdistan, Iran, organized by the University of Kurdistan (UOK) and Smart/Micro Grids Research Center (SMGRC) in cooperation of the Iranian Society of Smart Grid. The SGC brings together […]

  • Microgrids: Challenges and New Trends

      Microgrids: Challenges and New Trends The Microgrid (MG) concept as an important block of future smart grids provides a quite appealing solution for integrating renewable energy sources (RESs) into power grids. The increasing interest in penetrating of renewable energy power into the power system among the MGs highlights the […]

  • International Conference on Renewable Energy and Development

    International Conference on Renewable Energy and Development Dr. Bevrani invited as the Conf Committee chair of the ICRED 2017 Dr. Bevrani, the program leader of SMGRC, has been invited as the Conference Committee Chair of the 2017 3rd International Conference on Renewable Energy and Development (ICRED 2017), which will be […]

  • Prof. Bevrani and Dr. Shafiee delivered speeches on Microgrids Control in TU Berlin (Germany)

    Prof. Bevrani and Dr. Shafiee delivered speeches on Microgrids Control in TU Berlin (Germany)  Prof. Bevrani and Dr. Shafiee gave scientific talks on Microgrids Dynamic and Control in Control Systems Group, TU Berlin, in August 2017. ShareLinkedinPinterestFacebookTwitteremailPrint