Dr. Davor Vujatovic
CEng FIET, UK
Dr. Davor Vujatovic is a Chartered Electrical Engineer with an extensive knowledge of the design of EHV/HV power transmission and distribution systems including the equipment required to support major power and rail infrastructure projects in the UK and overseas.
Principal professional interests are system transients, power quality, flexible AC transmission systems and system dynamics.
Dr. Davor Vujatovic received his Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering (Electrical Power Engineering) from Zagreb University, Croatia in 1993 and his Doctorate in Electrical Power System Engineering (FACTS and Power Quality) in 2010.
After graduating and completing the postgraduate training, he began his career at Mitsubishi Electric in the UK where he progressed to a senior position, focusing mainly on EHV GIS substation design, protection and control. He moved to Toshiba International in 1999 where he continued his career as a GIS substation designer and also started his involvement in FACTS and HVDC. From 2001 until 2005 he was responsible for the design, construction and commissioning of the SVCs and dynamic load balancer for the Channel Tunnel Rail Link.
From 2005 onwards, he is working as an independent consultant specialising in computer simulations, system studies, concept and detailed system designs.
His most recent projects include detailed technical assessments of transmission and distribution networks, wind farms, large industrial installations and railways. In particular the studies related to the system transients, dynamics, power quality and FACTS devices.
Dr. Davor Vujatovic is a published author in both National and International journals on electrical power systems, contributor to a number of books including chapters for the United Nations encyclopaedia.
He is a Fellow of the IET and a senior member of the IEEE. He is a member of several CIGRE working groups and UK Energy Networks Association review panels. He is a technical reviewer of papers and reports submitted for publication in CIGRE, IET and IEEE brochures and journals.
Contribution to EMTP-RV courses:
Using EMTP-RV for simulation and analysis of power systems
April 21-24, 2015