Energy System Control and Operation (ESCO) Laboratory
ESCO Lab is developing technologies for energy system operation and control. Specifically, we are focusing on DC grid, multi energy system (MES), and renewable energy integration
We are currently working with many partners including Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO), Korea Electrotechnology Resesearch Institute (KERI), and Korea Power Exchange (KPX)
We are currently seeking to recruit researchers and graduate students that can work with us. If you are interested in joining us, please email to Gyu-Sub Lee at email@example.com.
Current vacancies (as of May 2023):
Researchers (including both Post doc. and M.S. degree researchers)
Also, we have positions available for undergraduate students who are interested in ESCO lab. please contact us.
High-voltage DC (HVDC), Medium-voltage DC (MVDC) technology to integrate power electronic-based resources into power grid
Multi Energy System
Power-to-gas (P2G), power-to-hydrogen (P2H2), power-to-heat (P2H) technology for optimal operation of multi energy system
Renewable Energy Integration
Power system engineering technologies to integrate more renewable energy such as grid-forming, reactive power control etc.
KIEE Spring Conference 2023 in Jeju
Tel +82-61-320-9687 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
ESCO Lab. Korea Institute of Energy Technology (KENTECH) 72 Woojeong-ro, Naju, Jeollanam-do, Republic of Korea (58330) (Advisor: #541 Researcher: #504)