Background and activities

Fields of interest and present research activities:

  • Computer simulations and modelling of power systems, including electrical modelling of transformers and cables and development of simulation tools; ATPDraw.
  • Power system protection and distributed generation; ProSmart.
  • Power transformer; modeling, stresses; Norwegian transformer user group.
  • Impact of lightning on electrical power systems, including lightning induced effects and measurements of transients.

Leader of the KPN-project ProSmart, 2015-2019. Power system protection in a smartgrid perspective. 4 PhD students, cooperation with NTNU-Telematics, Michigan Tech, SINTEF, ABB, Statnett, Eidsiva, Hafslund, Lyse, Skagerak, Statkraft.

Teaching:

  • Overvoltages (in Norwegian) TET4130 (3rd grade spring)
  • Power system analysis (relay protection), TET4115 (4th grade fall) 
  • Computer simulation of transisents, ELK31 (short course, 5th grade fall)
  • EMC, Elektromagnetic compatibility in railroads (in Norwegian)
    (ET6007), (Fall)

Supervision of master theses:

Supervison PhD:

Scientific, academic and artistic work

A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database

Journal publications


Postal address

Department of Electric Power Engineering Norwegian University of Science and Technology 7491 Trondheim Norway