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Power Systems

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Work description

- Specification of high-performance power conversion systems according to the state of the art. - Design and specification of appropriate converters for smart inverters and chargers - Integration of smart management and control algorithms through embedded local systems for standalone (offline) and interconnected (online) operation. - Implementation of operating modes compatible with hierarchical and decentralized control systems to support the operation of the electrical distribution networks or energy communities. - Production, testing, validation, and demonstration of technological solutions developed for different projects.

Academic Qualifications

Bachelor or Master electrical and computer engineering; electronics; power electronics; energy systems; other related

Minimum profile required

- Experience in the specification, design and implementation of power electronics systems, MPPT algorithms and battery management, and printed circuit boards- Experience in simulation (e.g., MATLAB/Simulink) and programming of real-time controllers for power conversion systems (e.g., Texas Instruments C2000).- Experience in the implementation and development of MODBUS (TCP/RTU), CAN, REST, etc. communications.

Preference factors

- Experience in the development and testing of embedded systems based on Linux and programming (e.g., Python, C) - Experience in testing electronic converters in laboratory and field environments with thermography equipment, power/energy analysis, efficiency and electromagnetic compatibility - Fluency in English (spoken and written)

Application Period

Since 23 Mar 2022 to 05 Apr 2022

[Closed]

Cluster / Centre

Power and Energy / Power and Energy Systems

Scientific Advisor

Luís Miguel Miranda