GIAN Course on "HVDC Transmission and FACT" at IIT Roorkee, 17-21 December, 2018

APQI NSN Partner IIT Roorkee announces GIAN Course titled “HVDC Transmission and FACT” scheduled on 17-21 December 2018.

The course aims to take both the beginner and the seasoned researcher, a step forward to explore the frontiers in HVDC Transmission and FACTS.

For more information,
write to Prof. Sandeep Singh (Local Coordinator) at sandpfes@iitr.ac.in

Download Brochure

Gian_Course_IITRoorkee.pdf

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