Department overview

The Department conducts research in the fundamentals of electrical engineering, advanced control systems and the use of computer methods, systems and networks in the analysis and design of complex electric and control systems.

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Research areas covered by the Department’s activities include:

  • Algorithms for the analysis of physical phenomena in power system circuits and appliances
  • Analysis and reduction of power transformer inrush currents
  • Specialized computer programs for the analysis of linear DC and AC circuits
  • Methods for hiding and detection of ferromagnetic objects in magnetic fields
  • Modeling of PMSM direct drives for electric and hybrid vehicles
  • Advanced simulation models of pantograph and overhead contact lines
  • Modeling, monitoring, control, decision support and security of critical infrastructure systems and critical safety systems for water distribution systems, power systems and nuclear power plants
  • Intelligent, cooperative, optimized, multi-agent systems for monitoring, control and security of distributed large scale complex systems
  • Uncertainty in modeling, monitoring, control and decision support systems
  • Computer systems and networks for monitoring, control, decision support and security systems
  • Arithmetic systems and FPGA architectures for fast digital signal processing

 


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