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Gilney DAMM

Directeur de Recherche - Senior Research Scientist

Marne-la-Vallée

Bâtiment: Building: Bienvenüe

14-20 Boulevard Newton - Champs-sur-Marne - 77447 Marne-la-Vallée Cedex 2

Bureau: Office: B113

Gilney DAMM

Directeur de Recherche - Senior Research Scientist

Senior Research Scientist

Activités de recherche

Gilney Damm is Senior Research Scientist at University Gustave Eiffel, at the Laboratoire Instrumentation, Simulation et Informatique Scientifique - COSYS-LISIS laboratory. Previously he was Associate Professor at the Paris-Saclay University, France, in the Laboratoire des Signaux et Systèmes – L2S.


He received his Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches in 2010 and Ph.D. in 2001 at Paris-Saclay University; his M.Sc. in automatic control in 1997 and his Bachelor in Electronic Engineer in 1995 at the COPPE – Rio de Janeiro Federal University. His research interests concern nonlinear and adaptive control and observers applied to power systems (SmartGrids, SuperGrid, MicroGrids). His main applications are in the field of large scale renewable energy integration; Multi-Terminal HVDC systems; Variable Speed Pumped Storage Plants; Mixed AC/DC MicroGrids; Control of power generators (transient stabilization, frequency and voltage stability); synchronization of power networks; energy integration in SmartCities.

He has a large experience as coordinator or Work-Package Leader in several European and French research projects as the European Network of Excellence HYCON2 and the European Virtual Smart Grid Lab from the KIC EIT Digital. He is co-leader of the French research forum on SmartGrids.

Currently, his main research activities are connected to the Institutes for Energy Transition SuperGrid (on large scale high voltage electrical grids) and Efficacity (on MicroGrids and SmartCities).

He has received the French research excellence grant (Prime d’Excellence Scientifique) since 2008 and is a member of the IFAC Technical Committee TC 6.3 Power and Energy Systems since 2015. He is Associate Editor from the European Journal of Control since 2010.


Ph.D. students and Post-Docs

March 2016 – Current Ph.D. – Guacira Costa de Oliveira – Control of Multi-terminal HVDC grids – thesis in co-direction with University of São Paulo (Brazil) and Polytechnique de Madrid (Spain).


March 2016 – Current Ph.D. – Filipe Perez – Control of AC/DC MicroGrids – thesis in co-direction with University UNIFEI (Brazil) in collaboration with Efficacity Institute.


Jan. 2015 – April 2019 Ph.D. – Sabah Siad – Modeling and control of DC MicroGrids – in collaboration with Efficacity Institute.


Jan. 2016 – Janv. 2019 Ph.D. – Juan Carlos Gonzalez Torres – Transient stability of high voltage AC-DC electric transmission systems – in collaboration with EDF and SuperGrid Institute.


Oct. 2016 – April 2018 Post-Doc – Alessio Iovine – AC/DC MicroGrids at Efficacity Institute.


Jan. 2015 – Dec. 2017 Ph.D. – Janailson Rodrigues Lima – Variable Speed Pumped Storage Plants Multi-Time Scale Control to Allow its Use to Power System Stability –in collaboration with GE Hydro and SuperGrid Institute.


Jan. 2014 – April 2016 Ph.D. – Alessio Iovine – Nonlinear and Hybrid Control Techniques for MicroGrids and Autonomous Vehicles– in co-direction with Aquila university (Italy).


Sept. 2013 – Feb. 2015 Post-Doc – Van Cuong Nguyen – Nonlinear Control of electric grids.


Jan. 2012 – March 2015 Ph.D. – Miguel Jimenez Carrizosa – Hierarchical control scheme for multi-terminal high voltage direct current power networks – in collaboration with Alstom Grid.


Oct. 2011 – March 2015 Ph.D. – Yijing Chen – Nonlinear Control and Stability Analysis of Multi-Terminal HighVoltage Direct Current Networks – in collaboration with Alstom Grid.


Oct. 2011 – – Dec. 2012 Post-Doc – Jing Dai – Decentralized secondary control of Multi-Terminal HVDC networks


Nov. 2009 – June 2013 Ph.D. – Van Cuong Nguyen – Embedded control for an air-launch drone.


Sept. 2006 – Dec. 2009 Ph.D. – Khadidja Benzenmrane – Nonlinear observers for drones.


May. 2004 – May 2005 Ph.D. – Cristiano Maria Verrelli – Nonlinear Control Design for Induction Motors and Synchronous Generatorsin co-direction with Rome University -Tor Vergata.


Feb. 2005 – Dec. 2005 Post-Doc – Raphael Goma, Test bed implementation of the control of power generators – HYCON Network of Excellence.


Feb. 2005 – Dec. 2005 Post-Doc – Salah.LaghroucheHybrid control of power generators – HYCON Network of Excellence.

Research activity

Gilney Damm is Senior Research Scientist at University Gustave Eiffel, at the Laboratoire Instrumentation, Simulation et Informatique Scientifique - COSYS-LISIS laboratory. Previously he was Associate Professor at the Paris-Saclay University, France, in the Laboratoire des Signaux et Systèmes – L2S.


He received his Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches in 2010 and Ph.D. in 2001 at Paris-Saclay University; his M.Sc. in automatic control in 1997 and his Bachelor in Electronic Engineer in 1995 at the COPPE – Rio de Janeiro Federal University. His research interests concern nonlinear and adaptive control and observers applied to power systems (SmartGrids, SuperGrid, MicroGrids). His main applications are in the field of large scale renewable energy integration; Multi-Terminal HVDC systems; Variable Speed Pumped Storage Plants; Mixed AC/DC MicroGrids; Control of power generators (transient stabilization, frequency and voltage stability); synchronization of power networks; energy integration in SmartCities.

He has a large experience as coordinator or Work-Package Leader in several European and French research projects as the European Network of Excellence HYCON2 and the European Virtual Smart Grid Lab from the KIC EIT Digital. He is co-leader of the French research forum on SmartGrids.

Currently, his main research activities are connected to the Institutes for Energy Transition SuperGrid (on large scale high voltage electrical grids) and Efficacity (on MicroGrids and SmartCities).

He has received the French research excellence grant (Prime d’Excellence Scientifique) since 2008 and is a member of the IFAC Technical Committee TC 6.3 Power and Energy Systems since 2015. He is Associate Editor from the European Journal of Control since 2010.


Ph.D. students and Post-Docs

March 2016 – Current Ph.D. – Guacira Costa de Oliveira – Control of Multi-terminal HVDC grids – thesis in co-direction with University of São Paulo (Brazil) and Polytechnique de Madrid (Spain).


March 2016 – Current Ph.D. – Filipe Perez – Control of AC/DC MicroGrids – thesis in co-direction with University UNIFEI (Brazil) in collaboration with Efficacity Institute.


Jan. 2015 – April 2019 Ph.D. – Sabah Siad – Modeling and control of DC MicroGrids – in collaboration with Efficacity Institute.


Jan. 2016 – Janv. 2019 Ph.D. – Juan Carlos Gonzalez Torres – Transient stability of high voltage AC-DC electric transmission systems – in collaboration with EDF and SuperGrid Institute.


Oct. 2016 – April 2018 Post-Doc – Alessio Iovine – AC/DC MicroGrids at Efficacity Institute.


Jan. 2015 – Dec. 2017 Ph.D. – Janailson Rodrigues Lima – Variable Speed Pumped Storage Plants Multi-Time Scale Control to Allow its Use to Power System Stability –in collaboration with GE Hydro and SuperGrid Institute.


Jan. 2014 – April 2016 Ph.D. – Alessio Iovine – Nonlinear and Hybrid Control Techniques for MicroGrids and Autonomous Vehicles– in co-direction with Aquila university (Italy).


Sept. 2013 – Feb. 2015 Post-Doc – Van Cuong Nguyen – Nonlinear Control of electric grids.


Jan. 2012 – March 2015 Ph.D. – Miguel Jimenez Carrizosa – Hierarchical control scheme for multi-terminal high voltage direct current power networks – in collaboration with Alstom Grid.


Oct. 2011 – March 2015 Ph.D. – Yijing Chen – Nonlinear Control and Stability Analysis of Multi-Terminal HighVoltage Direct Current Networks – in collaboration with Alstom Grid.


Oct. 2011 – – Dec. 2012 Post-Doc – Jing Dai – Decentralized secondary control of Multi-Terminal HVDC networks


Nov. 2009 – June 2013 Ph.D. – Van Cuong Nguyen – Embedded control for an air-launch drone.


Sept. 2006 – Dec. 2009 Ph.D. – Khadidja Benzenmrane – Nonlinear observers for drones.


May. 2004 – May 2005 Ph.D. – Cristiano Maria Verrelli – Nonlinear Control Design for Induction Motors and Synchronous Generatorsin co-direction with Rome University -Tor Vergata.


Feb. 2005 – Dec. 2005 Post-Doc – Raphael Goma, Test bed implementation of the control of power generators – HYCON Network of Excellence.


Feb. 2005 – Dec. 2005 Post-Doc – Salah.LaghroucheHybrid control of power generators – HYCON Network of Excellence.