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“ADVANCING ELECTRICAL TRANSPORT FOR A RELIABLE, SAFE, AND GREENER FUTURE”
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4th of July 2024 - Symposium: “ADVANCING ELECTRICAL TRANSPORT FOR A RELIABLE, SAFE, AND GREENER FUTURE”

“Advancing Electrical Transport for a Reliable, Safe, and Greener Future”

An ETUT (European Training network in collaboration with Ukraine for electrical Transport) Event at the University of Twente on Thursday 4th of July 2024 open to the public for showcasing three keynote speakers and four Power Electronic (PE) and Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) topics.

Location is University of Twente, room Oosthorst OH113 - via google maps. For the closest parking, navigate to De Achterhorst, Enschede, Netherlands.

Our Topics:

  1. Evert Raaijen (Alfen)  Business development for Battery Energy Storage Systems on "What’s next in Energy Storage?".
  2. Professor Pat Wheeler (University of Nottingham), Director of the University of Nottingham’s Power Electronics, Machines and Control Research Group on "Trends and challenges for Power Electronics and Electrical Machine Technologies in Transportation Electrification applications"
  3. Dr Helko van den Brom (VSL National Metrology Institute), Principal Scientist Electricity on “The importance of reliable measurements in the electricity grid of the future”.

For registration, please fill in the following MS Form - Registration Form Symposium ETUT before 27th of June 2024. More information will be shared later. 

Below you find the draft agenda.

Start

Time

End

Agenda

08:30

00:15

08:45

Walk In & Registration

08:45

00:15

09:00

Welcome by Professor Frank Leferink, ETUT Project Coordinator (University of Twente / THALES), Director EMC THALES Nederland, Manager Network of Excellence THALES Group

09:00

00:45

09:45

Evert Raaijen (Alfen)  Business development for Battery Energy Storage Systems on "What’s next in Energy Storage?"

09:45

00:20

10:05

ESR10 - Iqra Aitbar (UN) on Time / Frequency domain characterisation of converter emissions

10:05

00:20

10:25

ESR06 - Rodica Botnarevscaia (UT) on EMC of traction supply railway system with new (digital) communication devices

10:25

00:20

10:45

ESR02 - Cathrine Feloups (UT) on Smart control and modulation of power electronics for EMC

10:45

00:30

11:15

Break

11:15

00:20

11:35

ESR09 - Peyman Koohi (UN) on Optimised power converter topology, incorporating battery management systems

11:35

00:20

11:55

ESR05 - Regis Nibaruta (UT) on Battery management systems and traction supply railway system with railway level crossing of new type

11:55

00:20

12:15

ESR01 - Reyhaneh Eskandari (UT) on Battery surveillance and protection techniques combined with power converters

12:15

01:30

13:45

Lunch

13:45

00:45

14:30

Professor Pat Wheeler (University of Nottingham), Director of the University of Nottingham’s Power Electronics, Machines and Control Research Group on "Trends and challenges for Power Electronics and Electrical Machine Technologies in Transportation Electrification applications" 

14:30

00:20

14:50

ESR12 - Sviatoslav Voskresenskyi (UN) on Optimal evaluation of converter emissions for first time right design

14:50

00:20

15:10

ESR08 - Hafte Hayelom (UN) on EMC of dc and ac traction supply railway systems with automatics devices

15:10

00:20

15:30

ESR04 - Ivan Struzhko (UT) on Cognitive techniques to exploit the diversity between PE and sensors to achieve EMC

15:30

00:30

16:00

Break

16:00

00:20

16:20

ESR11 - Pablo Briceño (UN) on Line side converter to enable the railway to be a collaborative user of electrical energy

16:20

00:20

16:40

ESR07 - Muhammad Jaseel K A (UN) on Bidirectional converter for DC traction power supply system

16:40

00:20

17:00

ESR03 - Sohaib Qazi (UT) on High-frequency high-power power transformer for line side converters

17:00

00:45

17:45

Dr Helko van den Brom (VSL National Metrology Institute), Principal Scientist Electricity on “The importance of reliable measurements in the electricity grid of the future”

17:45

00:15

18:00

Closing Remarks Professor Frank Leferink

18:00

02:00

20:00

Networking Event with networking Borrel

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