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A Career with Solvina

Everyone at Solvina is a true innovator – driven by the belief that groundbreaking solutions are only developed once a problem has been identified. We apply our extensive competencies within science, together with our unique talents and experience, to first identify, and then consider challenges from multiple perspectives.

We challenge the conventional, and scrutinize standard practice. By doing so, we keep pushing forward the frontiers of the power and process industries.

We’re always looking for talented individuals who are as enthusiastic about identifying challenges and developing innovative solutions to them. If you have the spirit of an innovator, then you would be welcome to apply to become part of the Solvina team. Click on the relevant button to the right. If you can’t find a suitable vacant position you’re welcome to submit an open application.

Join the course on Power System Stability

Join us for our course on Power System Stability, created in partnership with Chalmers University of Technology. Designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the theoretical and practical aspects of power system stability, this course offers a unique blend of lectures and hands-on lab demonstrations. With a focus on power system control theory fundamentals, stability issues, active power and frequency control, and the testing and tuning of AVR and PSS, this course is perfect for anyone looking to bridge the gap between theory and practice in this exciting field. The course will take place 21st-25th August 2023. Register now to secure your spot! …

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Master thesis: Simulation software development (ex2023-004)

Thesis Description: Simpow (SIMulation of POWer systems) is a power system simulation software owned by Solvina. It includes modules for: load flow calculation, fault analysis, dynamic simulations (RMS- and EMT-models), linear analysis, and much more. As the complexity of the power system increases, the demand on the simulation softwares used for power system studies also increases. Solvina is therefore offering a thesis within simulation software development. The aim of the thesis is to develop Simpow to make it ready for future power system studies. The thesis can include tasks such as: Structuring of source code Developing new tools and functions Benchmarking towards other softwares (PSS/E, PowerFactory, or similar) User interface development and design For this thesis we are looking for one student with the following background: MSc student within electric power, computer engineering, programming, industrial design, or similar Special interest in the following areas is meriting: Electric po