The University of Seville is an institution with more than five centuries of history that have left a legacy of renowned academic tradition and a unique cultural heritage. Currently, its main asset is the extensive university community made up of more than 70.000 students, 4.400 professors and 2.400 administrative professionals.
The Electrical Energy Systems group (EES) of the University Seville was created about 30 years ago and conducts multiple research activities in power engineering and maintains strong connections both with the national industry and other research groups worldwide. Currently, the EES group is composed of nearly 20 PhD Electrical Engineers with permanent positions, including 4 full professors, 7 associate professors and 8 assistant professors. In addition to this permanent staff, a team of assistant researchers and PhD students contributes to the technology transfer to the industry.
Main Research Fields:
- Computational and simulation tools for power systems
- Transmission and distribution planning and operation
- Energy efficiency and power quality
- Energy interfacing with power electronic devices
- Renewable energy control and integration
- Optimal planning, control and operation of wind and PV farms
- Electricity markets
- Wave energy
- Wide-area control using PMUs
- Contribution of distributed generation to ancillary services
- A. Marano-Marcolini, M. Barragán-Villarejo, A. Fragkioudaki, J.M. Maza-Ortega, E. Romero-Ramos, A. Villa-Jaén, C. Carmona-Delgado, “DC Link Operation in Smart Distribution Systems With Communication Interruptions”, IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, vol. 7, no. 6, pp. 2962-2970, November 2016.
- C. Gómez-Quiles, A. Gómez-Exposito, W. Vargas, “Computation of maximum loading points via the factored load flow”, IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, vol. 31, no. 5, pp. 4128-4134, September 2016.
- A. Fragkioudaki, P. Cruz-Romero, A. Gómez-Expósito, J. Biscarri, M.J. de Tellechea, A. Arcos, “Detection of non-technical losses in smart distribution networks: A review”, in Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, no. 473, pp. 43-54, June 2016.
- J.M. Roldán-Fernández, M. Burgos-Payán, J.M. Riquelme-Santos, A.L. Trigo-García,”Renewable generation versus demand-side management. A comparison for the Spanish market”, in Energy Policy, vol. 96, pp. 458-470, September 2016.
- R. Cano-González, A. Bachiller-Soler, J.A. Rosendo-Macías, G. Álvarez-Cordero, “Optimal gang-operated switching for transformer inrush current reduction”, in Electric Power Systems Research, vol. 131, pp. 80-86, February 2016.
- J. Serrano-González, M. Burgos-Payán, J.M. Riquelme-Santos, T.G. González-Rodríguez, “Maximizing the overall production of wind farms by setting the individual operating point of wind turbines”, in Renewable Energy, vol. 80, pp. 219-229, August 2015.
- A. Gómez-Expósito, “Advanced technologies squeeze urban feeders capacity to enhanced DER and EV integration”, IEEE International Forum on Smart Grids for Smart Cities, Paris (FR), 16-18 October, 2016.
- E. Romero-Ramos, A. de la Villa-Jaén and M. del P. Castillo-Gómez. “New insight into the possibilities of estimating secondary distribution transformer taps”. IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies (ISGT Europe), Ljubljana (SI), 9-12 October, 2016.
- R. González, M. Bocos, J. Mª Maza-Ortega, E. Romero-Ramos, I. Díaz, A. Gastalver, “State estimation in MV distribution networks: experience in the Spanish smart grid project PRICE-GDI”. CIGRE SESSION 46, paper C6-110, pp. 1-9, Paris (FR), 21-26 August, 2016.
- J.M. Roldán-Fernández, M. Burgos-Payán, J.M. Riquelme-Santos, A.L. Trigo-García, “The Merit-Order Effect of Energy Efficiency“, EEIC Energy Economics International Conference, Lisboa (PT), 4-5 February, 2016.
- J.M. Roldán-Fernández, M. Burgos-Payán, J.M. Riquelme-Santos, A.L. Trigo-García, “Renewables versus Efficiency: A Comparison for Spain”, EEIC Energy Economics International Conference, Lisboa (PT), 4-5 February, 2016.