Gab Su Seo

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Gab-Su Seo is a senior engineer in the Power Systems Engineering Center at NREL. With his hands-on 10+ year power electronics background, he leads research, development, and demonstration projects focused on power electronics and power systems applications for electric grids to achieve high penetration of inverter-based resources. He has authored more than 60 journal and conference papers mainly in the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) with one best transactions paper award. He coauthored the Research Roadmap on Grid-Forming Inverters in 2020. He received his Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the Seoul National University, South Korea. Before joining NREL, he was with the Colorado Power Electronics Center at the University of Colorado, Boulder, where he was a key contributor in switched-capacitor converter-based hybrid power conversion research projects to achieve high efficiency and high power density for data center and mobile applications. His current research interests include power electronics for renewable energy systems and microgrids and power systems engineering for grid modernization including grid-forming inverter control for low or zero inertia grids to improve grid resilience and stability. Seo is an IEEE roadmap working group chair of the International Technology Roadmap of Power Electronics for Distributed Energy Resources (ITRD)-WG3 Integration and Control of Distributed Energy Resources.

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Working Group Chair, IEEE International Technology Roadmap of Power Electronics for Distributed Energy Resources

Associate Editor, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics

Associate Editor, IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications

Associate Editor, IEEE Open Journal of Power Electronics

Associate Editor, Journal of Power Electronics


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