Mr. Alejandro Carretero Hernández | Power quality | Best Researcher Award


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Early Academic Pursuits:

Alejandro Carretero's academic journey began with a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from the Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros Industriales de Albacete, spanning from 2015 to 2021. Noteworthy achievements during this period include an impressive average grade of 6.93, with honors in both "Computing" and "Planning and Operation of Electric Power Plants." His dedication was further recognized with company awards for the best Final Degree Project (FDP) in Electrical Engineering during the 2020-2021 academic year, presented by Narasolar.

Professional Endeavors:

Building on his academic foundation, His engaged in practical experiences, demonstrating his commitment to the field. Notable among these experiences are internships at Narasolar, where he conducted feasibility and solar resource studies, and at the Renewable Energy Research Institute, where he contributed to the WindEXT European Project. His responsibilities ranged from development of manuals and interactive content for wind turbine maintenance training to electrical quality studies for a photovoltaic solar power plant.

Contributions and Research Focus:

His contributions extend beyond the practical realm to significant research endeavors. His master's thesis, titled "Stability analysis of an electric power network for the integration of renewable energies," earned him a commendable grade of 9. Additionally, his research on harmonic emission in high-power photovoltaic systems resulted in a perfect score of 10 for the associated FDP. This commitment to research culminated in a published paper, "Comparison of harmonic emission in LV side of a large grid-connected PV power plant," presented at the International Conference on Power Systems Transients in Thessaloniki, Greece.

Accolades and Recognition:

Recognition for His excellence is evident in various forms. He received honors during his academic journey, company awards for outstanding FDP, and the distinction of being a regional chess technician and referee at the Chess Federation of Castilla la Mancha. Furthermore, his paper was published in the esteemed journal "Electric Power System Research," reflecting the quality and impact of his research.

Impact and Influence:

His impact is not limited to academia; he has actively contributed to the renewable energy sector and chess community. His involvement in a variety of projects and initiatives demonstrates a multifaceted approach to making a positive difference in both his field of study and personal interests.

Legacy and Future Contributions:

As a current Ph.D. student, His legacy is still unfolding. His early academic pursuits, professional experiences, research focus, accolades, and recognition collectively set the stage for a promising career marked by continued contributions to industrial engineering, renewable energy, and possibly even the intersection of chess and technology. His future endeavors hold the potential to shape and influence these fields positively.


Alejandro Carretero Hernández | Power quality | Best Researcher Award

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