Department of Energy and Power Systems was founded at the 129th Faculty Council’s Regular Session of the Technical College University of Zagreb, on Tuesday June 26, 1934. Department of Energy and Power Systems studies and innovates in the fields of generation, transmission, distribution and use of electrical energy, energy efficiency, high voltage engineering, smart grids, energy management, nuclear engineering and safety, electricity markets, and electric vehicles. Throughout the years, the Department has become the leading authority in the field of electrical power engineering in the region, maintaining long-term collaboration with the industry sector. Furthermore, it is recognized through its research activities and a large number of published scientific papers in JCR journals, as well as numerous national and international research projects. In total, the Department has 52 employees (16 Professors – 9 Full, 4 Associate and 3 Assistant) and offers substantial educational and R&D facilities, including five Research Laboratories, six department teaching halls and a department library. Through its activities, the Department has developed valuable international collaboration with many research institutions around the world. Researchers of the Department are currently involved in 3 HORIZON 2020 projects, 2 bilateral projects, 1 Erasmus+ project, 5 projects financed by the Croatian Science Foundation, as well as the principal investigators of a number of industry-funded projects.

Pozivamo vas na predavanje u organizaciji Zavoda za visoki napon i IEEE Odjela za elektroenergetiku koje će se održati u četvrtak 17.11.2016. u 10 h u D273:

"Wind farm technologies"

Predavanje će održati  Yongqian Liu s North China Electric Power University, Beijing.


Biografija predavača je u nastavku obavijesti.

Yongqian Liu received the B.S. and M.S. degrees in hydroelectric power engineering from North China Institute of Water Conservancy and Hydroelectric Power, Wuhan, China, in 1986 and 1992, respectively, and the Ph.D degree in production automation (France)/Ph.D degree in hydroelectric power engineering (China) under a joint doctoral program between Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, and Henri Poincaré University (Nancy 1), Nancy, France, in 2002.
He is currently an Associate Professor with the School of Renewable Energy, North China Electric Power University, Beijing, China. He has been involved in research on wind-power prediction, wind-turbine-generation condition monitoring, and wind-power-plant design.
Author: Matija Zidar
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