Amir Ebrahimi

Hannover University

Since 09.2017 Professor for electrical machines at Leibniz University of Hannover 05.20103 – 08.2017 Group Manager at Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation 09.2009 04.2013 Ph.D. in electrical engineering at university of Stuttgart 2008 M.Sc. at Iran University of Science and Technology 2006 B.Sc. at Shiraz University Honors 2016 – Hans-Jürgen-Warnecke Innovation Award for Excellence Research 2016 – Senior Expert for Exoskeletons and Drives at Fraunhofer Institute 2009 – Full PhD Scholarship from German government (DAAD) 2008 – Ranked one in Master of Science 2002 – Ranked one in Pre-University (College)

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Rapid deployment of wind and solar energy generation is going to result in a series of new problems with regards to the reliability of our electrical grid in terms of outages, cost, and life-time, forcing us to promptly deal with the challenging restructuring of our energy systems. Increased penetration of fluctuating renewable energy resources is a challenge for the electrical grid. Proposing solutions to deal with this problem also impacts the functionality of large generators. The power electronic generator interactions, multi-domain modelling, and reliable monitoring systems are examples of new challenges in this field. This book presents some new modelling methods and technologies for renewable energy generators including wind, ocean, and hydropower systems.

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