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Researcher Details
 
Name: Professor T Green
Organisation: Imperial College London
Department: Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Current EPSRC-Supported Research Topics:
Electronic Devices & Subsys. Energy Storage
Solar Technology Sustainable Energy Networks

Current EPSRC Support
EP/P003605/1 Joint UK-India Clean Energy Centre (JUICE)(C)
EP/N034570/1 RHYTHM: Resilient Hybrid Technology for High-Value Microgrids(P)
EP/N030028/1 HubNet: Research Leadership and Networking for Energy Networks (Extension)(P)
EP/L021463/1 MTVN: Multi-Terminal VSC-HVDC Networks - Grid Control(C)
EP/K036327/1 Reconfigurable Distribution Networks(P)
EP/L015471/1 EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Future Power Networks and Smart Grids(C)
EP/K035096/1 Underpinning Power Electronics 2012: Converters Theme(C)
EP/K034804/1 Underpinning Power Electronics 2012: Components Theme(C)
Previous EPSRC Support
EP/M015025/1 System Architecture Challenges: Supergen+ for HubNet(P)
EP/L014351/1 Role of energy storage in enhancing operation and stability performance of sustainable power systems (RESTORES)(C)
EP/L00089X/1 Interface and Network Infrastructure to Support EV Participation in Smart Grids(C)
EP/K006274/1 Integrated Operation and Planning for Smart Electric Distribution Networks (OPEN)(C)
EP/K006312/1 Enhanced Renewable Integration through Flexible Transmission Options (ERIFT)(P)
EP/I031707/1 Transformation of the Top and Tail of Energy Networks(P)
EP/I013636/1 HubNet: Research Leadership and Networking for Energy Networks(P)
EP/G066477/1 Control For Energy and Sustainability(C)
EP/G031681/1 SUPERGEN HDPS - CORE(C)
EP/F037686/1 Power Networks Research Academy(C)
DT/F007590/1 ZEFAL The Zero Fault Level Generator for Active Urban Networks(P)
EP/C522788/2 PLATFORM: Decentralised polygeneration of energy: Cross-disciplinary research at Imperial College London(C)
EP/E029051/1 Advanced modelling and operation of multiple voltage source inverters for distributed generation(P)
EP/E04011X/1 SUPERGEN 1 Renewal Core - FlexNet: Renewal of the Supergen consortium on Future Network Technologies(C)
EP/E003583/1 AURA-NMS: Autonomous Regional Active Network Management System(P)
EP/E007198/1 VESEL: Village e-science for Life(C)
EP/C522788/1 PLATFORM: Decentralised polygeneration of energy: Cross-disciplinary research at Imperial College London(C)
GR/S28082/01 SUPERGEN - Future Network Technologies(C)
GR/S61256/01 Portfolio Partnership (Control and Power)(C)
GR/R31676/01 Single and Multiple UPFC's as Aids to the Improvement of Supergrid Dynamic and Transient Performance(P)
GR/R09749/01 Technologies For Microengineered Power Systems (Tempos)(C)
GR/R09282/01 PLATFORM: Decentralised polygeneration of energy: Cross-disciplinary research at Imperial College London(C)
GR/N38190/01 INTERNAL MODELS OF HIGH COMPLEXITY IN THE CONTROL OF DC/THREE-PHASE POWER CONVERTERS(C)
GR/L07338/01 PREDICTIVE CONTROL OF TRANSIENT-FOLLOWING ACTIVE POWER FILTERS FOR MULTIPLE ELECTRIC DRIVES(P)
GR/K48181/01 TEACHING COMPANY PROGRAMME BETWEEN IMPERIAL COLLEGE AND LING DYNAMIC SYSTEMS LTD(P)
GR/K41335/01 VARIABLE STEP DOWN REVERSIBLE AC/DC CONVERTOR WITH LOW DISTORTION INPUT CURRENT AND DISPLACEMENT FACTOR CONT(P)
GR/K13004/01 ELECTRODYNAMIC SHAKER SYSTEM WITH AN ADAPTIVE FILTER CONTROLLER AND INNER CONTROL LOOP(C)
GR/J80443/01 NEURAL NETWORKS USED FOR SWITCHED RELUCTANCE MOTOR TORQUE RIPPLE REDUCATION(C)
GR/J13922/01 VARIABLE STEP-DOWN REVERSIBLE AC/DC CONVERTER WOTH LOW DISTORTION INPUT CURRENT & DISPLACE. FACT. CONT.(P)
Key: (P)=Principal Investigator, (C)=Co-Investigator, (R)=Researcher Co-Investigator