PES Seminar | Modelling and Simulation of Traction Power Systems by Dr Dena Servatian, Atkins
The IEEE PES Student Branch Chapter at the University of Birmingham is pleased to host this hybrid seminar.
In the past decades, due to the emerging complexity of railway systems and their subsystems, carrying out a further analysis of different characteristics of the network has played a key role in rail market.
About the speaker
Dr Dena Servatian is an Electrical Engineer with a background of studying and working on Traction Power Systems, Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), Earthing and Bonding (E&B) and Energy Storage Systems for electrified railways. She gained her PhD Degree with a thesis titled “Methods for the Characterisation of Hybrid Energy Storage Systems for Independently Powered Trains” at the University of Birmingham, where she worked on modelling on-board energy storage systems.
She works in Atkins’ Electrical Systems Team and has got experience on modelling railway electrification systems in the UK and Canada rail market, including HS2 Electrification System Modelling Project and Canadian RER Traction Power Modelling Project.
The seminar will also be streamed online via Zoom. The link will be sent to registrants before the event.