Damir Šljivac

Prof Damir Šljivac, PhDEE, full professor, 

Head of RES Laboratory, Head of the Department for Power Enginnering

Chair of Power Plants and Energy Processes



Research areas: renewable energy sources, sustainable power system development, power system reliability and economics, probabilistic cost-benefit power system assessment

Languages: Croatian, English

Published over 100 scientific articles including over 30 in international sicentific journals.Managed and conducted over 50 expert studies in power systems for utilities and industry, series of  measurements of power system quality and electromagnetic fields,  studies on feed in tarrifs technical and economic aspects of connection and on-grid operation of biogas and photovoltaic power plants. Active part in three scientific projects of Ministry of Science and technology of Repbulic of Croatia regarding power system reliability and electricity market 1997-2012 .

European projects regarding renewable energy sources and power system economics:

TEMPUS EMSA project for  electricity market simulation and analysis, 2008-2009

IPA UNIREG IMPULSE for cross-border cooperation in rural development and environment protection using renewable energy sources and by increasing energy efficiency. 2009-2010

Head of the bilateral Serbian-Croatian project: Joint research and educational framework in Pannonian parts of Serbia and Croatia.2011-2012

REGPHOSYS- IPA Cross-border Co-operation Programme Hungary – Croatia project: Photovoltaic Systems as Actuators of Regional Development. 2013-2014

RuRES - Interreg Cross-border Co-operation Programme Hungary – Croatia project: Renewable energy sources and energy efficiency in the function of rural development  2017-2018

Head of FERIT team in RESCUE - Interreg IPA III Cross-border Co-operation Programme Croatia - Serbia project:  Renewable Energy Sources for smart sustainable health Centers, University Education and other public buildings, 2019-2021

MC member in WECanet:COST European cooperation in Science and Technology project; A pan-European Network for Marine Renewable Energy, 2018-2022

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