Dr. Karl Schoder - Research Faculty II
Dr. Karl Schoder, Assistant Research Scholar, joined the Center for Advanced Power Systems in 2007. He came to CAPS from West Virginia University where he was a Research Assistant Professor.
M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Technology, Vienna, Austria, 1991–1997
Ph.D., West Virginia University, 2002
Assistant Research Scholar, Center for Advanced Power Systems, Florida State University, 2007-present
Research Assistant Professor at APERC, LDCSEE, WVU, 2002-2007
Graduate Research Assistant, Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, West Virginia University, Morgantown, 1999-2002
Electrical Engineer (full- and part-time) Elektro Leisch, GmbH., Pöchlarn, Austria, 1988-1995
Modeling and simulating electric power systems for stability analysis and control designs using offline tools and real-time environments for control and power hardware-in-the-loop experiments. Developing and implementing control and automation strategies for electric power systems based on modern control theory, soft computing, and distributed algorithms. Current research focuses on aspects of medium voltage AC and DC shipboard electric power systems and large-scale electric power systems on the transmission level, i.e., Florida's grid.