Faculty of
Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology

When
21 February 2019 9:00am to 22 February 2019 4:00pm

Where

The University of Queensland, St Lucia Campus

Registrations

See event flyer for pricing

Early Bird pricing ends on 30 January 2019.

Registrations close 5:00pm Friday 15 February 2019

Register now

Due to an increasing number of grid connected high frequency power electronics converters (such as solar inverters, wind turbines and variable speed motor drive systems) low and high frequency harmonics (2-9 kHz and 9-150 kHz) and different disturbances have been reported in distribution networks around the world.

This two-day workshop features 10 leading researchers, who will address the real and immediate challenges facing power grids across Australia and offer creative solutions for industry. 

Gain expertise in quantifying and mitigating risks associated with harmonics from inverter connected devices, and an improved understanding of harmonics and fast transients that can cause failures in grid communication and power system protection, degrade equipment and services to grid connected customers. 

Claim up to 12 CPD hours of continuing professional development and kick start your 2019 career development off in the right direction.

Download the event flyer for more information. 

View the presentation abstracts and figures for further course details. 

Enquiries

cpd@eait.uq.edu.au