Lisette Cupelli successfully defended her Dissertation "Datengesteuerte Methoden zur Spannungsregelung in Verteilnetzen: Ein Bottom-Up-Ansatz". Second referee was Prof. Dr. Veit Hagenmeier from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.
Markus Mirz successfully defended his dissertation "A Dynamic Phasor Real-Time Simulation Based Digital Twin for Power Systems".
Ivelina Stoyanova successfully defended her dissertation "Cooperative Energy Management and Cross-Domaion Optimization for Electro-Thermal Devices at City-District and City-Level". Second referee was Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dirk Müller (EBC).
Lukas Razik successfully defended his dissertation "High-Performance Computing Methods in Power System Simulation". Second referee was Prof. Dr.-Ing. Andrea Benigni (Forschungszentrum Jülich).
Andrea Angioni successfully defended his dissertation "Uncertainty modeling for analysis and design of monitoring systems for dynamic electrical distribution grids".
Dr. Angioni was the first Ph.D. candidate in the teaching and research area of monitoring and distributed control for Powersystems.
Robert Ferdinand successfully defended his dissertation "Grid Operation of HVDC-Connected Offshore Wind Farms: Power Quality and Switching Strategies".
Tim Schlösser successfully defended his disseration "Methodology for Holistic Evaluation of Building Energy Systems Under Dynamic Boundary Conditions".
Aysar Musa successfully defended his dissertation "Advanced Control Strategies for Stability Enhancement of Future AC/DC Networks".
Simon Pickartz successfully defended his disseration "Virtualization as an enabler for dynamic resource allocation in HPC".
Sara Khayyamim successfully defended her dissertation "Centralized-decentralized Energy Management in Railway System".
Michael Diekerhof successfully defended his dissertation "Distributed Optimization for the Exploitation of Multi-Energy Flexibility under Uncertainty in City Districts".
Baptiste Feron successfully defended his dissertation "An optimality assessment methodology for Home Energy Management System approaches based on uncertainty analysis".
Lin Zhu successfully defended her disseration "Modeling, Control and Hardware in the Loop in Medium Voltage DC Shipboard Power System".
On the 30th of June 2017 Mohsen Ferdowsi doctorated at ACS with the dissertation "Data-Driven Approaches for Monitoring of Distribution Grids".
Xiang Wu defends his dissertation “New Approaches to Dynamic Equivalent of Active Distribution Network for Transient Analysis“.
Timo Isermann defended his dissertation „A Multi-Agent-based Component Control and Energy Management System for Electric Vehicles “
Junjie Tang defended her dissertation "Probabilistic Analysis and Stability Assessment for Power Systems with Integration of Wind Generation and Synchrophasor Measurement".
Junqi Liu becomes "Dr. Liu".
Weilin Li becomes Dr. Li
Andrea Benigni successfully defends his PhD dissertation, becoming the first PhD graduate of ACS.