Maciej Swierczynski

Email: masw@batteriselskab.dk

Biography

Maciej Swierczynski received his B.Tech. degree from AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland in 2005 and M. Tech degree from AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland, Cracow in 2007 in Computer Engineering for Industrial Applications and from Aalborg University, Denmark in 2009 in Power Electronics and Drives.

In 2012, he received the Ph.D. degree from Aalborg University, Denmark (PhD thesis: Lithium ion battery energy storage system for augmented wind power plants). He is a co-author and co-presenter of “Industrial/PhD course Storage Systems Based on Li-Ion Batteries for Stationary Applications”. His area of research is in energy storage technologies for wind applications, battery testing, modelling and lifetime analyses.

Latest posts

  1. PhD course: Storage Systems based on Li-Ion Batteries for Grid Support and Automotive Applications — August 31, 2015
  2. Life time predictions of the lithium ion batteries in the Virtual Power Plant — February 14, 2013

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PhD course: Storage Systems based on Li-Ion Batteries for Grid Support and Automotive Applications

AAU is once again inviting PhD students and other interested people to join their PhD course on storage systems based on Li-ion batteries for grid support and automotive applications. Read more about this course.

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Life time predictions of the lithium ion batteries in the Virtual Power Plant

Future large wind power plants (WPP) will be intended to function like conventional power plants seen from the transmission system point of view, by complying with grid codes and providing ancillary services. This can be possible by integration of battery energy storage systems (BESS) into the so called Virtual Power Plants (VPP). Relatively young storage …

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