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Photo: Kai T. Dragland / NTNU
Photo: Kai T. Dragland / NTNU


Power Electronics Chapter industrial membership meeting

IEEE Norway Section, Power Electronics Chapter invites you to an 
industrial membership meeting at Siemens Trondheim.

The topic is on Subsea distribution of electric power at down to 3000m 
sea depth.

The meeting starts at 14.00 on 9 December 2014, next to the tall Siemens 
office building, Bratsbergvegen 5.

For more information, please see the attached file. If questions, please 
contact Prof. Tore Undeland, who is chairing the PE Chapter.


IEEE Norway Annual General Meeting 2014

The 2014 IEEE Norway Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on Dec 05 (Fri). Every member of IEEE is welcome to participate. 

All participants are requested to fill this form to create a smooth functioning of the event: http://goo.gl/forms/go1K41xWWn

Other information about the meeting is as follows.

Place: Electro Building (EL6), NTNU, Trondheim
Gamle Elektro
NTNU - Norwegian University of Science and Technology
7034 Trondheim

Date: Dec 05 (Fri), 2014

Agenda: (1600 - 1800)

16:00 Arriving and Networking

16:30 Annual General Meeting
   - Introduction about IEEE Norway Section
   - 2014 Section Activity Report and Call for Volunteers
17:00 Annual General Meeting (continue at B212)
   - Discussion 


Operations in a deregulated electricity market – Challenges in the Nordic power market

When: Thursday October 30th 2014, 1015 – 1600

Where: Rådsrommet, Elektro, Gløshaugen

Registration: email to camilla.t.larsen@ntnu.no, deadline: 24 October, 16:00

The seminar is organized by IEEE Power & Energy Society, Norway Chapter, and the Department of Electric Power Engineering, NTNU.
IEEE Power & Energy Society is a worldwide, nonprofit association of more than 24 000 individuals engaged in the electric power energy industry. IEEE PES’ mission is to be the leading provider of scientific information on electric power and energy for the betterment of society and the preferred professional development source for our members. PES members are involved in the planning, research, development, construction, installation and operation of equipment and systems for the safe, reliable and economic generation, transmission, distribution, measurement and control of electric energy.

Agenda and more information… 


IEEEXtreme 8.0 organized at NTNU

The much popular and sought after 24 hour programming competition IEEExtreme, will be organized by the IEEE NTNU SB for the first time at NTNU.

The registrations are now open and the registration link is found at the Competition website.

Interesting information about the competition is here.

To arrange the logistics for the competition please email  traian.preda@elkraft.ntnu.no if you are interested in participating.

IEEEXtreme 8.0 Programming Challenge. No travel required, just brain power, stamina & your favorite energy drink!

The Revitalization of the IEEE Norwegian University of Science and Technology Student Branch

At the Annual General Meeting Held on 09th September 2014 at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology a new board of officers was elected for year 2014/15. The election was chaired by the section chair and professor at NTNU, Yuming Jiang. The elected officers and their contact details are as per below.

Position Name E-mail
Chairman Traian Preda traian.preda@elkraft.ntnu.no
Vice-Chairman Håvard Hartviksen havahar@stud.ntnu.no
Secretary Iason Filippopoulos iason.filippopoulos@iet.ntnu.no
Treasurer Zhifei Mao zhifeim@item.ntnu.no
Committee member Praveen Shrestha praveen332srta@gmail.com
Committee member Hasala Dharmawardena hasala@ieee.org
Committee member Rezah Parseh reza.parseh@ntnu.no
Committee member Mehdi Zadeh mehdi.zadeh@ntnu.no

Many Congratulations to the new committee!

Seminar on Silicon Carbide in Power Electronics in honour of Professor Tore M. Undeland

Silicon Carbide semiconductor devices lead to better Power Electronics design and opens up new areas of research. The Norway Section of the IEEE Power Electronics Society and the Department of Electric Power Engineering at NTNU invite you to this seminar to explore the state-of-the-art. At the same time we take this opportunity to celebrate Prof. Tore M. Undeland, who has served NTNU as a student, research fellow, and professor for 50 years. He is a Fellow of IEEE, a past chair of the IEEE Norway section as well as the current chair of the  IEEE Norway section Power Electronics Society.

Date  : Tuesday, 17th June 2014                                                                                     Time  : 10:00  – 15:00                                                                                                     Place : NTNU, Trondheim – Gløshaugen, Old Physics Building (Sem Sælands veg 5), Auditorium F6                                                                                                                 Map: http://www.ntnu.edu/map/gloeshaugen/old-physics-building/

Link to complete program and registration information

Registration deadline Friday 6th June!

IFIP Networking 2014 Conference

IFIP Networking 2014, to be held in Trondheim, Norway, is the 13th event of the series of International Conferences on Networking sponsored by the IFIP Technical Committee on Communication Systems (TC6). Networking 2014 is also technically co-sponsored by IEEE Computer Society. This event is to be organized by the Department of Telematics at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway.Chair of the conference is Yuming Jiang, NTNU, Norway.


Nordic Workshop on Mathematics

In 2006 IEEE Norway section arranged a workshop on Engineering Mathematics. The workshop was intended for persons involved in teaching engineer students. Presentations where held by persons both from universities and companies.

The opening speech was given by the Abel prize 2006 winner Lennart Carleson

Pictures from the workshop can be found here.


Åpningsforedrag v/ Hugo Parr
Matematikken: svært vakker og svært nyttig

Trond Clausen, Høgskolen i Telemark
Er ingeniørmatematikk virkelig et redskap for ingeniøren?

Rolf Cato Imstøl, Høgskolen i Bergen
Matematikk versus matematiske metoder

Helge E. Mordt, Prediktor og Høgskolen i Østfold
Matematikk og reguleringsteknikk

Sverre Gotaas, Statkraft
Energi og Matematikk

Terje Wahl, Norsk Romsenter
Romteknologi og matematikk før og nå

Rolf Cato Imstøl, Høgskolen i Bergen
Praktisk Undervisning i matematikk/EDB/dynamikk ved Institutt for maskin og marin teknikk ved Høgskolen i Bergen

Celebrating the 40 Year Anniversary

EEE Norway Section was established 28th Mars 1963 and the 13th November 2005 the 40 years anniversary was celebrated. The opening speaker was Knut Endresen and the speech can be downloaded here:

The other speakers was:
Morten Hovd, Per Morten Schiefloe, Jens G. Balchen, Sverre Aam, Arne Nysveen og Thomas Tybell.

Workshop on Wind Power in Oslo 17 -18. June 2002


Bjarne Idsøe Næss (NTNU)
Methods for Reduction of Voltage Unbalance in Weak Grids Connected to Wind Plants

Frede Blaabjerg (Aalborg University)
Wind Power Technology Status, Development and Trends

Sjoerdde Haan (Delft University of Technology)
Grid connection, connection requirements and standards


Jan Ove Gjerde
Windpower and system stability

Magnus Gustafsson
Wind Power Generation, Imbalances and Regulation Cost

Hans Øverseth Røstøen (NTNU)

Carl Hilger (Eltra)
Wind Power and Impacts onSystem Operations

Per Ø. Hjerpaasen (Statkraft)
Wind Power: global market trends, drivers and perspectives

Rainer Klosse (German Wind Energy Institute)
Wind Power and Power Quality

Amit Kumar Jain (University of Minnesota)
Harmonics and Flicker Control in Wind Farms

Ned Mohan (University of Minnesota)
Harmonics and Flicker Control in Wind Farms

Luigi Salvaderi (Enzo Dalpane)
Wind power in Italy. Status and Experiences on system impact

W.L. Kling (Delft University of Technology)
Wind Turbines as Power Plants

J.G. Slootweg (Delft University of Technology)
Wind Turbines as Power Plants

Lennart Söoder (Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)
Imbalance management and reserve requirements

Lennart Söoder (Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)
Imbalance management and reserve requirements

John Olav Giæver Tande (Dynamic models of wind farms for power system studies)
Imbalance management and reserve requirements