IEEE EMC Chapter of Serbia and Montenegro
IEEE EMC Chapter
(EMC - 27)

was founded on April 8, 2011.

Chapter chair:
Vesna Javor, Ph.D.


Microgrids management and control with examples of simulations in MATLAB for Savona campus smart polygeneration microgrid

Location: Faculty of Electronic Engineering of Niš, Niš, Serbia
Date: April 18-20, 2018

Poštovani studenti Elektronskog fakulteta u Nišu, koleginice i kolege, članovi IEEE,

U sredu 18.04.2018. u 9:00 možete da dođete u salu 2 na Elektronskom fakultetu u Nišu i budete učesnici seminara pod nazivom Microgrids management and control with examples of simulations in Matlab for Savona campus smart polygeneration microgrid

Program kursa i biografije predavača su u prilogu. Predavači su prof. dr Renato Procopio i prof. dr Andrea Bonfiglio, Department of Naval, Electric and ICT Engineering (DITEN), University of Genova, Italy.

Predavanja će biti na engleskom jeziku, u sali 2, od 9 do 13h, u sredu 18.04.2018, četvrtak 19.04.2018 i petak 20.04.2018.
Ako želite da aktivno učestvujete u seminaru, poželjno je da ponesete laptop sa instaliranim Matlab programom. 

Pozvani su svi nastavnici i saradnici kojima je ova tema interesantna, a posebno studenti završnih godina osnovnih studija modula Elektroenergetika i Upravljanje sistemima, kao i studenti master studija. 

S poštovanjem,
dr Vesna Javor
IEEE S&M EMC Chapter Chair

Microgrids management and control with examples of simulations in Matlab for Savona campus smart polygeneration microgrid

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

* Historical introduction to microgrids and the Savona campus smart polygeneration microgrid presentation (theory)
* First Matlab exercise for the management of a PV+storage+load configuration

Thursday, April 19, 2018

* Microgrid management: the complete the optimization problem (theory)
* Second Matlab exercise for the management of a PV+CHP unit+load+ public network configuration

Friday, April 20, 2018

* Primary controllers for islanded microgrids (theory)
* Third Matlab exercise for the primary control for islanded microgrids

Additional topics (optional)

* Secondary control (theory)
* Analysis of a set of simulations on a benchmark network (discussion of results)

Biographies of the lecturers:

Renato Procopio, was born in Savona in 1974. He graduated cum laude and got his PhD in electrical engineering in 1999 and in 2004 at the University of Genoa where he is currently associate professor. He is author or co-author of more than 100 papers published in international journals or presented at international conferences. He is senior member of IEEE, Guest Editor of the IEEE Transaction on EMC Special Section “Advances in Lightning Modeling, computation and measurement”, member of the IEEE Technical Committee 5 - High Power Electromagnetics and of the editorial board of the Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (power system division) and of The Open Atmospheric Science Journal. Advisor of three PhD students in Power Systems and Electromagnetic Compatibility and of more than 60 Master and Bachelor final projects, he is member of the PhD board of SCIENZE E TECNOLOGIE PER L'INGEGNERIA ELETTRICA, L'INGEGNERIA NAVALE E I SISTEMI COMPLESSI PER LA MOBILITA'. He is recipient of the Emerald Literati Awards' Outstanding Paper accolade for the best paper published in the Electrical engineering journal COMPEL (2003) for the paper “A full-Maxwell algorithm for the field-to-multiconductor line-coupling problem”. He is Main professor in three Bachelor and Master University of Genoa courses and responsible of the connection between the Savona Campus (1700 students) and the secondary school institutions of Liguria region and of the counseling service for students at the Savona Campus

Andrea Bonfiglio was born in Rapallo (GE), Italy, on January 1th, 1986. He received the B.S. (cum laude) degree, M.S. (cum Laude) and Ph.D. degree in Electric Engineering from the University of Genoa, Italy, in 2007, 2009 and 2013, respectively. After he received its Ph.D. degree he continued working as a postdoc researcher at the University of Genoa where he is now enrolled as Assistant Professor in Electric Power Systems. His main fields of interests are power system modeling, non-linear control techniques for power systems and electric components, renewable power generation integration into the electric grid, smartgrids and microgrids management and optimal operation. Scientific production has been characterized by several publications in both specialized peer-reviewed journals and international conferences. Research was also characterized by strong collaboration with industrial partners such as ABB Power System Division, Ansaldo Enegia, ITER Organization, Cesi Ricerca, Siemens and others. He currently is member of the Power System Section editorial board of Hindawi Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering and member of the PhD board of Science and Technology for Electrical Engineering, Naval Engineering and Complex System for Mobility.