Max Domagk

Max Domagk

Research Associate

TUD Dresden University of Technology

I work as a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Electrical Power Systems and High Voltage Engineering, TUD Dresden University of Technology, in the Power Quality research group of Prof. Jan Meyer.

Electrical Engineering
Data Science


My research is broadly focused on Electrical Power Systems, with a specific emphasis on Power Quality aspects, such as the distortion of voltage and current. Recent changes, such as the increase in renewable energy sources or the large-scale introduction of electric vehicles, have a significant impact on Power Quality. As a result, network operators are increasingly installing extensive measurement systems to closely monitor their networks, resulting in vast amounts of data. In my research, I employ data analysis and data mining methods to efficiently analyze this data and extract valuable insights. By doing so, I aim to contribute to the identification of Power Quality issues, the optimization of system performance, and the overall enhancement of the reliability of Electrical Power Systems.

Current research project:

Multivariate Methods
Project on new methods for multivariate analysis of Power Quality measurements
Multivariate Methods


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(2024). Identification of Equivalent Impedance Models of Downstream Networks for Harmonic Studies in Transmission Systems. 2024 21st International Conference on Harmonics & Quality of Power (ICHQP).

(2024). Flexible Network Model to Study the Impact of Future Changes in Transmission Systems on Harmonic Levels and Impedance. CIGRE Session 2024.


(2023). Probabilistic Forecasting of Current Harmonic Distortions in Distribution Systems. 2023 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Europe (ISGT Europe).


(2023). Impact of Discontinuous Measurements on the Trend Analysis of Power Quality Parameters. 27th International Conference on Electricity Distribution (CIRED 2023).


(2022). Identification of Disturbance Patterns in Long-term Measurements of Power Quality Characteristics in Chinese Large Cities. CIRED 2022 Shanghai Workshop.



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