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Professors in Retirement

Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Bernd R. Oswald

Curriculum Vitae

  • 1961 till 1967 studies of Electrical Engineering (Electrical Engines and Drive) at the Technical University of Dresden
  • 1967 till 1987 research assistent and upper assistent at the Institute of Electric Power Systems at the Technical University of Dresden
  • 1987 till 1992 lecturer for Electric Power Supply at the Technical University of Leipzig
  • 1992 till 2007 holder of the Chair of Electric Power Supply at the Leibniz Universität Hannover

Focus of Research

  • Computer Simulation of the Stationary and Non-stationary Performance of Electric Power Systems
  • Superconductive Equipment and other New Components in the Domain of Power Supply


  • Oswald, B. R.: Calculating Three-phase Networks. Calculating Stationary and Non-stationary Processes with Symmetrical Elements and Space Vectors. Vieweg+Teubner: 2nd Edition 2009.

  • Oswald, B. R.: Calculating Arbitrary Error Constellations in Electric Power Systems with the Error Matrix Method. Leipziger Universitätsverlag: 2009.

  • Oeding, D., Oswald, B. R.: Electric Power Plants and Sytems. Springer-Verlag: 7th Edition 2011.

  • Oswald, B. R.: Node Oriented Methods of Network Calculation. Leipziger Universitätsverlag: 2nd Edition 2003.

  • Oswald, B. R.: Network Calculation 2, Calculating Transient Processes in Electric Power Systems. Berlin, Offenbach: VDE-Verlag, 1996.

  • Oswald, B. R.: Network Calculation, Calculating Stationary and Quasi-stationary Operating Conditions in Electric Power Systems. Berlin, Offenbach: VDE-Verlag, 1992.

  • Oswald, B. R., Siegmund, D.: Calculating Equalization Processes in Electric Power Systems. Leipzig: Deutscher Verlag für Grundstoffindustrie, 1991.

Membership and Cooperation

  • VDE, SEV
  • IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) TC73 WG1 und TC25 WG4, Chairman of TC73 (Short-Circuit Currents)
  • DIN Standards Committee K121 and UK121.1 (Calculation of Short-circuit Currents), Obmann
  • ETG, FB 2 Transfer and Distribution of Electric Power