- Study the power quality requirements of electrolysers; - Study the current power electronics solutions for green hydrogen generation; - Find the main issues that can be addressed to improve the system; - Test and evaluate new power electronics architectures and/or techniques for green hydrogen generation employing simulations; - Participate in the development of a converter prototype. - Produce a scientific/technical report and submit a conference article.
Studies in electrical engineering, computer science, applied mathematics, informatics or similar.
Minimum profile required
- Knowledge in one programming language;- Basic knowledge of electrical circuits.
- Experience in MATLAB/Simulink; Circuits laboratory skills; Basic Electrical knowledge of industrial electronics, power electronics; Fluency in English (spoken and written).
Since 08 Mar 2023 to 21 Mar 2023
Cluster / Centre
Power and Energy / Power and Energy Systems