An international student based academic workshop

An international exchange academic workshop, the program completed

June 18, 2019, Tuesday

PLace: S-501. Time KL1000-1400

A group of guest professors and academic members from our project partner university in Russia participated in and contributed their presentations below:

1130-1330 Presentations by St. Petersburg Electricity University LETI, (Russia), RU, open for everyone

1130-1200 Maria Kiseleva, St. Petersburg Electricity University LETI, (Russia), RU

ETU best practices.

1200-1230 Viktor Vtorov, St. Petersburg Electricity University LETI, (Russia), RU

Adaptive system design at the Department of Automatic Control Systems   

1230-1300 Anastasiia Stotckaia, St. Petersburg Electricity University LETI, (Russia), RU

On international education activities at the Faculty of Industrial Automation and Electrical Engineering

1330-1400 A joint lunch and free discussions and exploring for collaboration options (for invited guests and attendants)


As a part of joint workshop, 3 internatonal master students also presented their research outcomes at the first part of the workshop:

1000-1130 Presentations for international student research projects (combined with EXPO presentation), open for everyone

1000-1030 B19INT01 Gaia Fiore, Università di Pisa. IT

Modelling, simulation and testing of electric vehicle components using matlab & Simulink and dSpace real-time platform

1030-1100 B19INT02 Timea Farkas, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca (Romania), RO

Modelling and simulation of Photovoltaic components with experimental validation using a dedicated setup

1100-1130 B19INT03 Simona Maria Turcu, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca (Romania), RO

Modelling, simulation and control of wind turbine applications with DFIG connected to the grid


Published May 31, 2019 2:43 PM - Last modified Feb. 5, 2020 10:13 AM