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Grid Modeling & Stability Analysis Student Intern

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15d ago

🚀 Summer Internship

Charlotte +1

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  • You must have a Master's in Electrical/Computer Engineering, with preference given to PhD students. Experience in power systems, control theory, wind/solar inverter modeling, PSCAD, PSS/E, Python, Matlab, and technical writing/presentation is required.
  • You will analyze grid stability by running dynamic simulations in software like PSLF & PSSE, modeling various devices like generators & IBRs, and understanding inverter controls.

Summer Internship

EngineeringCharlotte, Knoxville


  • This is an internship position for a student to support R&D projects related to grid modeling and stability analysis with high levels of inverter based renewable resources. Looking for students who can work at minimum in the 2024 summer semester (Students available from February – August are also encouraged to apply)


  • Minimum of Master’s Degree in Electrical or Computer Engineering required
  • 2 years of PhD studies (preferred)
  • Ideal Candidate:
  • Electrical engineering PhD student with emphasis on power systems
  • Strong experience with control system theory and analysis
  • Familiarity with wind/solar inverter modeling and simulation will be considered a plus
  • Strong experience with electromagnetic transient simulation tools (preferably PSCAD)
  • Strong experience with electromechanical dynamics simulation tools (preferably PSS/E and PSLF)
  • Strong programming skills (preferably in Python and Matlab)
  • Strong technical writing and presentation skills

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities



  • Procedure of running dynamic simulations in software such as PSLF and PSSE
  • Individual device models within these software. Individual device include but are not limited to: synchronous generators, Inverter based resources (IBRs), Load
  • Procedure of running software such as PSCAD and EMTP
  • Working knowledge of inverter based resource controls, and the importance and power system impact of each element within the control architecture.


Work type

Full time

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Charlotte, Knoxville