Technical University of Denmark

Tilman Weckesser

Assistant Professor (tenure track) (Electrical energy transmission, networks and systems)

Lyngby, Denmark

Tilman Weckesser received his M.Sc. and Ph.D. degree from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Lyngby, Denmark, in 2011 and 2015, respectively. He was affiliated with the University of Liège, Belgium, as a postdoctoral researcher. From 2019 – 2022 he was a consultant at the Danish Energy Association in the Grid technology department. Currently, he is affiliated with the Technical University of Denmark as Assistant Professor (tenure track). His research interests are in electric power system dynamics, stability and integration of active distribution grids.


  • A decision support tool for transient stability preventive control
  • Searching for Plausible N-k Contingencies Endangering Voltage Stability
  • On-line Dynamic Security Assessment in Power Systems.
  • Optimal dynamic capacity allocation of HVDC interconnections for cross-border exchange of balancing services in presence of uncertainty.
  • Real-Time Stability Assessment based on Synchrophasors
  • Pattern-based Automatic Translation of Structured Power System Data to Functional Models for Decision Support Applications
  • Method of determining remedial control actions for a power system in an insecure state
  • Grid-forming converters: Sufficient conditions for RMS modeling
  • A model reduction approach for simulation of long-term voltage and frequency dynamics
  • An Improved On-line Contingency Screening for Power System Transient Stability Assessment
  • Smart grids innovation challenge
  • Identifying Plausible Harmful N-k Contingencies: A Practical Approach based on Dynamic Simulations
  • Agent-based Identification and Control of Voltage Emergency Situations
  • Transient stability improvement: a review and comparison of conventional and renewable-based techniques for preventive and emergency control
  • Early prediction of transient voltage sags caused by rotor swings
  • Agent‐based identification and control of voltage emergency situations
  • An Equivalent to Represent Inertial and Primary Frequency Control Effects of an External System
  • Coincidence Factors for Domestic EV Charging From Driving and Plug-In Behavior
  • Zero-Inertia Offshore Grids: N-1 Security and Active Power Sharing
  • Market Integration of HVDC Lines: Internalizing HVDC Losses in Market Clearing
  • A modified version of the IEEE 3-area RTS '96 Test Case for time series analysis
  • The multiDC project: Research Towards a Holistic Integration of HVDC Links into Large-Scale AC Power Systems
  • North Sea Wind Power Hub: System Configurations, Grid Implementation and Techno-economic Assessment
  • Zero-inertia Offshore Grids: N-1 Security and Active Power Sharing
  • Market Integration of HVDC Lines: Cost Savings from Loss Allocation and Redispatching
  • Zero-inertia Systems: Sufficient Conditions for Phasor Modeling
  • Sharing Reserves through HVDC: Potential Cost Savings in the Nordic Countries
  • Grid Supporting VSCs in Power Systems with Varying Inertia and Short-Circuit Capacity
  • Robust Frequency Control for Varying Inertia Power Systems
  • Investigation of the adaptability of transient stability assessment methods to real-time operation
  • Critical machine cluster identification using the equal area criterion
  • SOFC Stacks for Mobile Applications
  • SOFC Stacks for Mobile Applications
  • Sensitivity based assessment of transient voltage sags caused by rotor swings
  • Real-Time Remedial Action Against Aperiodic Small Signal Rotor Angle Instability
  • Impact of model detail of synchronous machines on real-time transient stability assessment
  • Derivation and application of sensitivities to assess transient voltage sags caused by rotor swings
  • Local identification of voltage instability from load tap changer response
  • Renewable Energy Communities: Optimal sizing and distribution grid impact of photo-voltaics and battery storage

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