Project: Control and design for modular multilevel converters at CINERGIA (1 January 2019 – 31 December 2021).
Optimal current reference calculation for MMCs considering converter limitations, IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery 2020.
PowerPoint video presentations:
Optimal current reference calculation for MMCs considering converter limitations (10 mins) Oct 2020.
Virtual lecture to MSc students, Oct 2020.
UPC, Sept – Nov 2020.
I graduated in electrical engineer from the Federal University of Technology-Parana, Brazil (2017) at which I received three scholarships from the National Council for Scientific and Technological Development, CNPq – the highest education research organization in Brazil.
In 2014, I joined the Power Lab group at the University of British Columbia, Canada, where I worked with high efficiency modulation strategies for power converters. In 2015, I joined the Laboratory of Power Electronics, Power Quality and Renewable Energies (LEPQER) at the Federal University of Technology-Parana, where I worked with a novel modulation strategy for DC-DC power converters applied in PV systems. In 2017, I published two papers in the Brazilian Power Electronics Conference, and was a visiting student at the Grupo de Electrónica Aplicada at the Universidad Nacional de Río Cuarto, Argentina. My interests are renewable energy, mathematical models and control of power converters.
I joined InnoDC because it is part of a world-renowned research group. In addition, the topic regarding Modular Multilevel Converters (MMC) is gaining more attention because they can integrate renewable energy sources; I believe this technology will be widely used in the future to improve power system distribution. Thus, it will be an exciting challenge to work in this area.
I expect to learn from the professors and my co-workers, and be able to help them. Moreover, I wish to meet the expectations of the group, working hard to discover new things.