Project: Design of advanced system controllers in HVDC grids at Universitat Politècnica De Catalunya (29 May 2018 – 28 May 2021).
Watch his work package 3 short video and read the work package reports.
AC Fault Ride Through in MMC-based HVDC Systems, IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery 2021.
Methodology for interaction identification in modular multi-level converter-based HVDC systems, ISA Transactions 2021.
Optimal H Infinity Control Design for MMC-based HVDC Links, IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery 2021.
Interaction Assessment and Stability Analysis of the MMC-Based VSC-HVDC Link, Energies 2020.
DC Voltage Droop Control Design for MMC-Based Multiterminal HVDC Grids, IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery 2020.
Mutual Interactions and Stability Analysis of Bipolar DC Microgrids, CSEE Journal of Power and Energy Systems 2019.
HVDC Colloquium, UPC, Barcelona, Sept 2018.
PowerPoint Video presentations:
Analytical Tools for Interaction Assessment of VSC-HVDC Systems (32 mins) Aug 2020.
Interactions and Stability Analysis of MMC based VSC HVDC link (19 mins) Aug 2019.
Spanish (2018 onwards); ACDC international conference, Coventry (2019); BIN@Porto (2018). National HVDC Centre, Scotland: RTDS Real-Time Simulation (2019). KU Leuven: HVDC Technology and HVDC Grids (EES-UETP) (2018). Network meetings: KU Leuven (2021), Cinergia & UPC (2020), Cardiff University (2020), Elia (2019), DTU (2019), Uporto & Efacec (2018) and UPC (2018).
Upon completion of my Bachelor’s degree in power engineering, I embarked on a career in the cement industry, where I spent more than four years to deepen my academic knowledge and gain experience in designing power and control systems.
As I did not feel quite satisfied with my theoretical knowledge, I started a Master’s degree at Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, and I researched the various aspects of bipolar-type DC microgrids. In 2015, I finalised my Master’s thesis and submitted several peer-reviewed papers on the voltage regulation and small-signal stability of bipolar DC microgrids.
I joined the InnoDC project in Spring 2018 with the research topic that revolves around the advanced control system design for multi terminal DC grids (MTDC). I work on the control system of multilevel converters (MMC) while considering the dynamics of DC grid, AC grid, cables, DC-DC converters, and other components of MTDC. My supervisors are Oriol Gomis-Bellmunt and Eduardo Prieto Araujo.