Lectures

L73.
Conference on Automatic Control and Disturbances in Electrical System, INFOTECH, Cetniewo, Poland:
Control Strategies of Switching Compensator of the Reactive Power, Harmonics and Current Asymmetry”, June 4-6, 2014.

L72.
ECE Dept. of the Poznań University of Technology, Poland:
Current State of Power Theory of Systems with Nonsinusoidal Voltages and Currents”, June 3, 2014.

L71.
ECE Dept. of the Wrocław University of Technology, Poland:
Powers and Compensation in Unbalanced Systems with Nonsinusoidal Voltagers and Currents”, 6h lecture, May 20-22, 2014.

Presented in 2013:
L70.
AHG University of Science and Technology, Kraków, Poland
Reactive Compensation in Three-Phase Systems”, Sept. 20, 2013.

L69.
Taiwan Power System, TaiPower Company, Taipei:
Tutorial on: “Powers and Reactive Balancing in Unbalanced Three-Phase Systems with Neutral Conductor”, June 5, 2013.

L68.
National Taiwan University of Science and Technology; Taipei,
Conference on Advanced Power Technologies and Smart Grid. Tutorial on: “Fundamentals of Current’s Physical Components (CPC) – based Power Theory of Systems with Nonsinusoidal Voltages and Currents”, July 2, 2013.

L67.
International School on Nonsinusoidal Currents and Compensation, ISNCC 2013:
Reactive Compensation in Three-Phase Systems with Neutral Conductor”                 Zielona Gora, Poland, June 18-21, 2013.

L66.
International School on Nonsinusoidal Currents and Compensation, ISNCC 2013,     Tutorial on: “Meta-Theory of Electric Powers and Present State of Power Theory of Circuits with Periodic Voltages and Currents”, Zielona Gora, Poland, June 18-21, 2013.

L65.
Conference on Automatic Control and Disturbances in Electrical System, INFOTECH: Tutorial on: “Powers in Linear Three-Phase System with a Neutral Conductor”, June 5-7, 2013, Cetniewo, Poland.

L64.
ECE Dept. of the Gdańsk University of Technology, Gdańsk, Poland: “Current State of the Power Theory Development”, June 4, 2013.

Presented in 2012:

L63.
Wuhan University, Wuhan, China: “Misinterpretations of Power Phenomena in Circuits with Nonsinusoidal Voltages and Currents”, June 27, 2012.

L62.
School of M&EE and Guangxi Key Laboratory of Brodband Communication and Signal Processing of Guilin University of Electronic Technology, Guilin, China: “Misinterpretations of Power Phenomena in Electrical Circuits“, June 25, 2012.

L61.
Fudan University, Shanghai, China: “Supply and Loading Quality Issues in Distribution Systems with Micro-Grid Clusters”, June 2012.

L60.
AGH University of Science and Technology, Kraków, Poland: “Power Theory and Compensation in Systems with Nonsinusoidal Voltages and Currents”, Six hours lecture, July 3, 2012.

Presented in 2011 and earlier:

L59.
ECE Dept. of the Gdańsk University of Technology, Gdańsk, Poland: “Power Properties of Electrical Systems with Nonsinusoidal Voltages and Currents,” June 13, 2011.

L58.
Astronomy and Physics Dept., Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, Poland,
Tutorial on: “Power Phenomena in Electrical Circuits”, 15 hours lecture, May 28-31, 2011,

L57.
VIII Conference on Measurement Systems in Research and Industry: “Working, Rejected and Detrimental Active Powers”, Łagów, June 20-23, 2010.

L56.
ECE Dept. of the University of South Carolina: “Working, Rejected and Detrimental Active Powers”, Columbia, April 12, 2011.

L55.
International School on Nonsinusoidal Currents and Compensation, ISNCC 2010, Łagow, Poland: Tutorial on “CPC-based Comparison of Compensation Goals in Systems with Nonsinusoidal Voltages and Currents,” Poland, June 15-19, 2010.

L54.
Conference on Automatic Control and Disturbances in Electrical System, INFOTECH: Tutorial on: “Powers and Compensation in Systems with Nonsinusoidal Voltages and Currents”, Jurata, 2010, Poland.

L53.
IEEE New Orleans Section of Industry Application Chapter:”Troubles with Power and Power Factor in Asymmetrical Nonsinusoidal Systems,” April 15, 2009.

L52.
Center for Energy Advancement through Technological Innovation (CEATI) Meeting: “Compensator of the Voltage RMS Variation”, May 1, 2009.

L51.
Center for Energy Advancement through Technological Innovation (CEATI) Meeting: “Development of Fundamentals and Instrumentation for Energy Accounts Based on Working and Rejected Active Powers”, May 1, 2009.

L50.
International School on Nonsinusoidal Currents and Compensation, ISNCC 2008, Łagow, Poland: Tutorial on “Currents’ Physical Components (CPC) Concept: a Fundamental for Power Theory,” June 18, 2008.

L49.
Lwów University of Technology, Ukraine, Tutorial on ”Power Theory of Electrical Systems,” June 8-9, 2008.

L48.
Scientific Council of the Electrical Engineering Dept. of Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland, (2007). Invited lecture on “Troubles with Powers in Electrical Engineering”.

L47.
Anniversary of EE Dept. of Zielona Góra University, Poland. Invited lecture on “Troubles with Powers in Electrical Engineering”, 2007

L46.
Electrical Engineering Dept. of Gdynia Marytime University, Gdynia, Poland. Invited lecture on “Troubles with Powers in Electrical Engineering”, 2007.

L45.
University di Padova, Padova, Italy, “Powers and Compensation in Nonsinusoidal Systems”, 12 hours lecture, June 2006.

L44.
Institut for National Measurement Standard, National Research Council of Canada & IEEE Ottawa Section: “Troubles with Electric Power & Currents’ Physical Components (CPC) Based Power Theory”, 6-hours lecture, April 2005.

L43.
Polish Academy of Science and Institute of Drives & Industial Equipment Control of the Minning Academy, Krakow, Poland: “Comparison of the Instantaneous Reactive Power (IRP) p-q Theory by Akagi & Nabae with Theory of Currents’ Physical Components (CPC) by Czarnecki”, June 2004.

L42.
7th School on Electrical Engineering of Nonsinusoidal Currents, EPN’04, Lubiatów, Poland. Inaugural Lecture on “Currents’ Physical Components and Powers on Systems with Pulsing Flow of Energy”, June 2004.

L41.
7th International Symposium on Theoretical Electrical Engineering, ISTET 03, Warsaw, Poland. Plenary Session on “Power Properties of Three-Phase Electric Circuits and Their Misinterpretations by the Instantaneous Reactive Power p-q Theory”, July 6-9, 2003.

L40.
Academy of Minning and Metalurgy, Cracow, Poland, “Powers and Compensation in Nonsinusoidal Systems,” 16 hours lecture. May 2002.

L39.
Gliwice University of Technology, Gliwice, Poland, “Power Definitions and Misinterpretations of Power Phenamena in Electrical Systems”, May 2002.

L38.
Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy, “Power Theory of Electric Circuits” 10 hours lecture, May 2001.

L37.
University di Padova, Padova, Italy, “Powers and Compensation in Nonsinusoidal Systems” 12 hours lecture, May 2001.

L36.
University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand: “Time/Frequency-Domain Approach to Hybrid Compensation”, 2001.

L35.
University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand:Power Definitions and Misinterpretations of Power Phenamena in Electrical Systems”, 2001.

L34.
Integral Energy Power Quality Centre, University of Wollongong, Wollongong, Australia: “Time/Frequency-Domain Approach to Hybrid Compensation”, 2001.

L33.
Integral Energy Power Quality Centre, University of Wollongong, Wollongong, Australia: “Power Definitions and Misinterpretations of Power Phenamena in Electrical Systems”, 2001.

L32.
Taiwan National Power Utilities, Taipei, Taiwan:Power Measurements in Nonsinusoidal Systems”, 2001.

L31.
Taiwan Technology University, Taipei, Taiwan:Time/Frequency-Domain Approach to Hybrid Compensation”, 2001.

L30.
Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia:Time/Frequency-Domain Approach to Hybrid Compensation”, 2001.

L29.
Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia:Power Definitions and Misinterpretations of Power Phenamena in Electrical Systems”, 2001.

L28.
Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China: “Power Definitions and Misinterpretations of Power Phenamena in Electrical Systems”, 2001.

L27.
Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China:Time/Frequency-Domain Approach to Hybrid Compensation”, 2001.

L26.
Wuhan University, Wuhan, China: “Power Definitions and Misinterpretations of Power Phenamena in Electrical Systems”, 2001.

L25.
Wuhan University, Wuhan, China:Time/Frequency-Domain Approach to Hybrid Compensation”, 2001.

L24.
Xi’an Jiaotong University, Xi’an, China:Power Definitions and Misinterpretations of Power Phenamena in Electrical Systems”, 2001.

L23.
Xi’an Jiaotong University, Xi’an, China:Time/Frequency-Domain Approach to Hybrid Compensation”, 2001.

L22.
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan:Time/Frequency-Domain Approach to Hybrid Compensation”, 2001.

L21.
Taiwan Technology University, Taipei, Taiwan: “Power Definitions and Misinterpretations of Power Phenamena in Electrical Systems”, 2001.

L20.
Taiwan National Power Utilities, TaiPower, Taipei, Taiwan: “Power Definitions and Misinterpretations of Power Phenamena in Electrical Systems”, 2001.

L19.
2000 IEEE PES Summer Meeting, Organizer and Lecturer of a Panel Discussion onA Quest for Effective Methods of Harmonic Suppression and Instrumentation for that Purpose” Seattle, USA, July 2000.

L18.
2000 IEEE PES Summer Meeting, Organizer and Lecturer of a Panel Discussion on “Non-Periodic Currents: Their Identification and Compensation”, Seattle, USA, July 2000.

L17.
Conference on Electrical Engineering of Nonsinusoidal Currents, Zielona Góra, Poland, “Reactive and Apparent Powers: is Everything Clarified Now?” 2000.

L16.
Power Engineering Society (PES) International Transmission and Distribution Conference, Organizer and Lecturer of a Panel Discussion onNonperidic Currents in Power System; Causes and Identification”, New Orleans, April 1999.

L15.
Electrical Department of the Natal University, Durban, South Africa,Power Definitions in Nonsinusoidal Systems”, 1998.

L14.
Potchefstroom University, South Africa, Workshop on Power Definitions in Nonsinusoidal Power Systems:Power Definitions in Nonsinusoidal Systems”, 1998.

L13.
Scientific Council of the Electrical Department of Gliwice Technical University, Poland. “Power Theory of Nonsinusoidal Systems”.
Lecture on celebration of Dr. L.S.Czarnecki’s election to the grade of Foreign Member of the Polish Society of Theoretical and Applied Electrical Engineering (PTTiS), December, 1996.

L12.
IEEE Power Society 1996 Winter Meeting, Baltimore, USA, “Power Theory of Nonsinusoidal Systems”
Lecture at a celebration of Dr. L.S. Czarnecki’s election
to the grade of Fellow IEEE, Jan. 1996.

L11.
The 2nd Conference of Electrical Engineering of Nonsinusoidal Currents, Zielona Gora, Poland, inaugural lecture on “Power Theory of Nonsinusoidal Systems”, June 1995.

L10.
IEEE Power Engineering Society 1991 Winter Meeting, New York, lecture at a tutorial course on “Powers in Nonsinusoidal Systems”, 1991.

L9.
The IMEKO Symposium on Measurement in Electrical and Electronic Power Systems, Zurich, Switzerland, “Powers in Systems with Bi-Directional Energy Flow”, 1989.

L8.
The Conference on Electromagnetic Phenomena in Nonlinear Systems, Poznań, Poland: inaugural lecture, “Power Theory of Nonsinusoidal Systems”, 1989.

L7.
Polish Society of Theoretical and Applied Electrical Engineering (PTEiTS), 1989, invited lecture: “Power Theory of Nonsinusoidal Systems”, 1989.

L6.
Electrical Department of Bologna University, Italy:Power Theory of Nonsinusoidal Systems”, 1989.

L5.
Electrical Department of Milan University, Milan, Italy:Power Theory of Nonsinusoidal Systems”, 1989.

L4.
Conference of Electrical Engineering of Nonsinusoidal Currents, Zielona Gora, Poland, (1989), inaugural lecture. “Power Theory of Nonsinusoidal Systems”, 1989.

L3.
Polish Society of Theoretical and Applied Electrical Engineering, Gliwice, Poland: The invited lecture on “Professor Stanislaw Fryze Contribution to the Power Theory Development”, 1986.

L2.
The Solemn Session of the Polish Academy of Science to Honor Prof. Fryze 100th Birthday, Gliwice, Poland: The invited lecture on “Professor Stanisław Fryze Contribution to the Power Theory Development”, 1985.

L1.
IEEE Ottawa Section, Ottawa, Canada,Power Theory of Nonsinusoidal Systems”, 1984.

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