Interview with Miguel Crespo Iglesias, CEGASA
|Miguel Crespo Iglesias works in CEGASA R&D Department since 2019. He received an M.S. degree in Electrical Energy Conversion and Power Systems from the University of Oviedo, Gijon, Spain, in 2018. He joined the LEMUR research group at the University of Oviedo in 2018, where he started his research in power converters for Lithium Ion batteries. His research activities are focused on the integration, control and design of power converters for lithium battery storage systems for stationary applications. He is the co-author of 4 conference papers.
1. What is the role of your organisation in the TALENT project? What about your role?
Design and validation of the High Voltage Batteries. Designer of the power converter.
2. How do you see the cooperation between the project partners?
Good, easy to contact and good reviews of the contents in the deliverables.
3. What challenges have you met during the work with the TALENT project and how did you overcome them?
New technologies designs and electronic components short cage. Redesign the systems and proper simulation of the design and technology to find alternatives avoiding most of the short-cage and reducing the testing times of the design.
4. What do you like more about TALENT?
Cooperate with different partners from another countries and cultures.
5. What applications and benefits are expected to be achieved at the end of the project?
Reduction of the cost, better efficiency and feasible inclusion of batteries in the three power levels as multihomes.
6. What is going to happen in the following months in your work?
Build new prototypes, testing and implementation of these prototypes.
7. What positive impact did the project activities have in your organisation?
This project represents a base for building new products for our organisation.