PhD students and Postdocs of the Control and Power Group present their research projects

Every week, one speaker (selected randomly two weeks in advance) will give a 15min talk followed by a 10min discussion. The talks might be conference contributions, initial research ideas of talks for the Late Stage Review or Early Stage Assessment.

After the talk, the participants will have coffee and cake/biscuits together in Faraday Cage. This provides an excellent opportunity to get in touch with the participants and have follow-up discussion with the speaker. Everyone is invited, with interest in the following topics spanning control and power:

  • control theory and applications
  • power electronics
  • power systems and energy
  • smart grids

Currently, the audience consists of MSc students, PhD students and Postdocs of the Control and Power group.

The CAP Research Roulette takes place as follows.

When: Every Wednesday 15.00-16.00
Where: CAP Seminar Room (11th floor)
Contact: Jochen Cremer []

Past events

13 Dec 2017 Nicolas Cifuentes - ‘Network Allocation of Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) considering stability criteria’
06 Dec 2017 Alexander Gallo - ‘A distributed attack detection method for multi-agent systems governed by consensus-based control’
29 Nov 2017 Omar Faqir - ‘Joint optimization of transmission and propulsion in aerial communication networks
22 Nov 2017 Thiago Mendonca - ‘Distributed Coordination of Energy Resources for Improving Network Hosting Capacity’
15 Nov 2017 Alexandre Moreira - ‘An Adjustable Robust Optimization Approach for Contingency-Constrained Transmission Expansion Planning’