Projects per year
I joined the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering in 2011, and am a member of the Power Electronics, Drives and Energy Conversion (PEDEC) research group. My research is based around power converters, with a focus on high-power applications. My teaching encompasses power electronics, electrical machines and drives.
Current research interests include modelling and control of power converters for HVDC applications.
My main contribution to teaching is in the areas of electrical machines, drives and control. I deliver lecture series at 4th year, 5th year and MSc levels:
- EE466/EE966 Power Electronics, Machines & Applications
- EE575/EE975 Power Electronics for Energy and Drive Control
I also lecture on the subject of electrical machines to 1st year PhD students in the Strathclyde Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Wind Energy.
I supervise individual and group projects at 3rd year, 4th year, 5the year and MSc levels.
Academic / Professional qualifications
BEng (1st Class Honours) Electrical and Electronic Engineering
PhD Thesis: 'Online Tests for Parameter Identification in Squirrel Cage Induction Machines'
1/10/19 → 1/04/23
Project: Research Studentship - Internally Allocated
Assessment of grid-connected wind turbines with an inertia response by considering internal dynamicsHenderson, C., Vozikis, D., Holliday, D., Bian, X. & Egea-Álvarez, A., 26 Feb 2020, In: Energies. 13, 5, 28 p., 1038.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile2 Citations (Scopus)18 Downloads (Pure)
Enhanced modular multilevel converter for HVdc applications: assessments of dynamic and transient responses to ac and dc faultsVozikis, D., Adam, G. P., Rault, P., Despouys, O. & Holliday, D., 25 Mar 2020, In: IEEE Journal of Emerging and Selected Topics in Power Electronics. 11 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Special issue › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile19 Downloads (Pure)