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Vladimir Ćuk is an assistant professor with the research group Electrical Energy Systems at the TU/e department of Electrical Engineering. His research is focused on Power Quality (PQ) phenomena. This includes the impact of supply quality on the performance of network users as well as the impact of network users on the surrounding network and users.

The analyzed phenomena include: slow voltage variations, rapid voltage changes – flicker, voltage dips, waveform distortion, unbalance and transients. The research can be divided in sub-topics: measurement, mathematical modelling, standardization and mitigation of PQ. The research is performed within the SmartGrid laboratory of TU/e as well as using Power System Analysis software and field measurements (using Power Quality analyzers or multi-channel waveform recording).

Academic background

Vladimir Ćuk received his Dipl. Ing. degree in Electrical Engineering from the School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade (Serbia) in 2005. From 2006 until 2009 he was working at the Electrical Engineering Institute 'Nikola Tesla' in Belgrade, at the Electrical Measurements Department. From 2009 until 2013, he performed PhD research at the Electrical Energy Systems group of Eindhoven University of Technology (The Netherlands). This resulted in his thesis 'Low-frequency distortion in distribution networks'. After obtaining his PhD degree, he stayed with the research group as a postdoctoral researcher and in 2016 was appointed Assistant Professor.

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Research Output

  • The impact of electric vehicles on the power quality in low-voltage grids

    Slangen, T., van Wijk, T., Cuk, V. & Cobben, J. F. G. S., Apr 2020, (Submitted) 2020 International Conference on Smart Energy Systems and Technologies (SEST).

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contributionAcademicpeer-review

  • The propagation of supraharmonic disturbances from electric vehicles through low-voltage grids

    Slangen, T., Cuk, V. & Cobben, J. F. G. S., 2020, (In preparation) In : Energies.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticleAcademicpeer-review

  • A Life Cycle Cost study on the impact of the energy transition on the choice of voltage levels in the distribution grid

    Cuk, V., Geschiere, A. & Piga-Gehrke, E., 2019, CIRED 2019 Conference. 5 p. 1321

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contributionAcademicpeer-review

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  • Courses

    Power quality phenomena

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    Power quality phenomena

    1/09/1531/08/20

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    System integration project

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    Student theses

    Analysing harmonic currents of new application in the low voltage grid

    Author: Palintin, A., 31 Aug 2013

    Supervisor: Cobben, J. (Supervisor 1) & Cuk, V. (Supervisor 2)

    Student thesis: Master

    Analysis of power quality disturbance source tracking methods with Liander LiveLab

    Author: Burstein, A., 31 Oct 2015

    Supervisor: Cobben, J. (Supervisor 1) & Cuk, V. (Supervisor 2)

    Student thesis: Master

    Assessment of voltage dips in the MV network

    Author: Papathanasiou, F., 31 Aug 2014

    Supervisor: Cobben, J. (Supervisor 1) & Cuk, V. (Supervisor 2)

    Student thesis: Master

    Avoiding power quality issues through phase angle controlled switching

    Author: van Dam, B., 29 Feb 2012

    Supervisor: Cuk, V. (Supervisor 1), Kling, W. (Supervisor 2) & Cobben, J. (Supervisor 2)

    Student thesis: Master

    Defining current harmonic limits for customers connected to low and medium voltage

    Author: Sans Ibós, A., 30 Aug 2018

    Supervisor: Cuk, V. (Supervisor 1)

    Student thesis: Master