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Welcome to PSSENL Positions Available

With years of R&D experience in the development of clean, efficient, and sustainable power-systems solutions, Power System & Smart Energy Network Lab (PSSENL) has made advances in modeling, simulation, design, and development of cutting-edge solutions in power systems and smart-grid. our team is highly skilled in areas spanning system optimization, battery storage technology, energy network, energy management and electric vehicles. Our proficiency in power system puts our team in a position to deliver key technologies for smart grid via distributed energy resources (DERs) for an efficient and secure energy network. The Laboratory welcomes both students (i.e. Masters and Ph.D.) and seasoned researchers for both studies and collaborative research in the area of power system.

Who We Are

We are a group of researchers and engineers that seeks to develop the key technologies for the smart grid utilizing the distributed energy resources (DERs). Our mission is to maximize the returns and productivity of ventures by providing quality, robust and timely techniques for solving problems in power systems.

What We Do

Smart Energy Network Lab aims to develop the key technologies for smart grid utilizing the distributed energy resources (DERs). Battery energy storage system and information technology are deployed to achieve the efficient and secure operation of the energy network. Our current interest includes operation logic of the energy management systems, controlled aggregation of the DERs, and the reliable operation of the electrical grid using the DERs. The lab students are disciplined to be skilled not only with the power system but also with the smart grid technologies such as S/W engineering, modeling, and optimization techniques.


Seung Hyeon Park (박승현)


CURRENTLY at Hyundai electric (현대일렉트릭)

Moses Amoasi Acquah


CURRENTLY: Assistant Professor at Kemyung University

Hyeon Deok Jo (조현덕)


CURRENTLY at Lg chem.(엘지화학)

Jeong Hyeon Choi (최정현)


CURRENTLY at Lg chem.(엘지화학)

Yeong Ik Son (손영익)


CURRENTLY at 한국건물에너지기술원 Korea Institute of Building Energy Technology