prof.dr.ir (L.) Lou van der Sluis
Prof.dr.ir (L.) Lou van der Sluis was born in Geervliet, the Netherlands on July 10, 1950. He obtained his M.Sc. in electrical engineering from the Delft University ofTechnology in 1974.
Van der Sluis Career
- He joined the KEMA High Power Laboratory in 1977 as a test engineer and was involved in the development of a data acquisition system for the High Power Laboratory, computer calculations of test circuits and the analysis of test data by digital computer.
- In 1990 he became a parttime professor and since 1992 he has been employed as a full-time professor at the Delft University of Technology in the Power Systems Department.
- Prof. van der Sluis is a senior member of IEEE and past convener of CC-03 of Cigre and Cired to study the transient recovery voltages in medium and high voltage networks.
- He is currently a member of Cigre WG. A3-24 on internal arc testing and co-convener of Cigre WG. C4. 502. to study the interaction between High-Voltage overheadlines and underground cables.
Prof. Van der Sluis is the author the books
Involved in Projects and Researches
Research Group :
System reliability including extreme events