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Jelena Loncarski

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Info aggiuntive: I was born in Zrenjanin, Serbia, in 1983. I received Bachelor (in 2007) and Master (in 2010) degree in Electrical Engineering from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Serbia. During and after the studies, I worked with companies in Serbia in the field of expertise. In 2011 I enrolled the PhD program in Power electronics at Deptartment of Electrical Engineering, University of Bologna, Italy, under supervision of prof. Gabriele Grandi. I was supported by the Erasmus Mundus project (JoinEU-SEE), and by the Institute of Advanced Studies (ISA), Bologna, where I have been a Fellow for three years. In February 2014 I presented the PhD thesis: “Peak-to-Peak Output Current Ripple Analysis in Multiphase and Multilevel Inverters”, approved in March 2014. In April 2014 I joined the Department of Engineering Sciences, Division of Electricity, at Uppsala University, Sweden, for a post-doc position in cooperation with prof. Mats Leijon. Division for Electricity at Uppsala University has always been oriented to renewable energy resources, in particular to the wave energy converters, which are being developed since year 2003. I have been working on the theoretical concepts as well as using simulation tools (Matlab/Simulink) and always been part of the experimental verification of the proposed theoretical backgrounds. During this period I have been publishing in the field of power electronics as well as teaching the two courses in power electronics (master level). Moreover, I was part of the project developing the new static test platform for the testing of the magnetocaloric materials. In 2016 I started the collaboration with Vision, Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Group of Marche Polytechnic University. Currently I am researcher at Department of Electrical and Information Engineering, at Polytechnic University of Bari. My research interests include power electronic circuits and power electronic converters for renewabl enenergy sources and electric drives.