Interaction Assessment and Stability Analysis of the MMC-Based VSC-HVDC Link, Energies.
DC Voltage Droop Control Design for MMC-Based Multiterminal HVDC Grids, IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery.
Mutual Interactions and Stability Analysis of Bipolar DC Microgrids, CSEE Journal of Power and Energy Systems.
Conference presentations and posters:
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.
KU Leuven, autumn/winter 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: 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 finalized 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.