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In 1880, Thomas A. Edison predicted: “We will make Electric Light so cheap that only the wealthy can afford to burn candles.”

In the near future, we will make Renewable Electricity so cheap that only the wealthy can afford to use fossil-fuel to generate electricity.

Research profile

Dongsheng Yang is an assistant professor with the Electrical Energy Systems Group at the TU/e department of Electrical Engineering. His main research interest focuses on the modeling, analysis, and control and design of power electronics dominated power system to safely accommodate the high-penetrations of renewable energy sources as well as energy-efficient end-uses.

Academic background

Dongsheng Yang received the B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Nanjing, China, in 2008, 2011, and 2016, respectively. In 2016, he joined Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark as a postdoc researcher, where he became the assistant Professor in the Department of Energy Technology in 2018. Since 2019, Dr. Yang has worked within the Electrical Energy Systems group at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) as the Assistant Professor for Medium Voltage Power Electronics. Dr. Yang also serves as the topic chair, technical committee and reviewers for top-level conferences and journals in power electronics. He is also the corresponding member of CIGRE Working Group C4.56. 

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Research Output 2019 2019

  • 1 Citations
  • 1 Article
1 Citation (Scopus)

The impact of PLL dynamics on the low inertia power grid: a case study of Bonaire island power system

Sun, Y., de Jong, E. C. W., Wang, X., Yang, D., Blaabjerg, F., Cuk, V. & Cobben, J. F. G., 2 Apr 2019, In : Energies. 12, 7, 16 p., 1259

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Phase locked loops
Power System
Inertia
Rate of change
Grid