Carlos Martins and his ESS power converters team, with the help of Lund University researchers, have successfully brought a new high-voltage modulator design to series production. The cost savings...
Integrated Control System (ICS)
The ESS Control System is a complex network of hardware, software and configuration databases that integrates the operations of all the various parts of the Accelerator, Target, Instrument and Conventional Facility infrastructures.
ICS ESS Team
|Angel Monera Martinez||FPGA Expert|
|Annika Nordt||Protection Systems Group Leader|
|Daniel Piso Fernandez||Control System Hardware and Integration Support|
|Emanuele Laface||Accelerator Physicist|
|Henrik Carling||Head of Division|
|Javier Cerejo Garcia||Junior Controls Engineer, PhD|
|Karin Rathsman||Accelerator Physicist|
|Leandro Fernandez||Applications WP Leader|
|Manuel Zaera-Sanz||PLC Expert|
|Remy Mudingay (1/2015)||Infrastructure Technology|
|Ricardo Fernandes||Control System Software Architect|
|Riccard Andersson||MPS, PhD|
|Stuart Birch||Personnel Safety System WP Leader|
|Thilo Friedrich||Systems & Standardization Engineer, PhD|
|Timo Korhonen||Chief Engineer|
|Alexander Söderqvist||Cosylab Consultant|
|Jaka Bobnar||Cosylab Consultant|
|Klemen Strniša||Cosylab Consultant|
|Miha Vitorovič||Cosylab Consultant|
|Miroslav Pavleski||Cosylab Consultant|
|Niklas Claesson||Cosylab Consultant|
|Urša Rojec||Cosylab Consultant|
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