Dr. J. Prousalidis (Electrical Engineer from NTUA/1991, PhD from NTUA/1997). Currently he is assistant Professor at the School of Naval and Marine Engineering of National Technical University of Athens, dealing with marine electrical engineering issues (shipboard electric installations, ship electric energy systems, ship electric propulsion, All Electric Ship). He has participated in several EU (JOULE, THERMIE etc) and National Projects while currently he is the Project Manager of the project on "Investigation of electric power quality phenomena in ship electric energy systems focusing on voltage variation phenomena". He is a member of IEEE and IMAREST and member of IEEE Study Committee P1662 for marine power electronics.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. I.K. Hatzilau (Electrical & Mechanical Engineer from NTUA/1965, Dr.-Ing. from University of Stuttgart/1969) is Professor of Electrical Engineering, Hellenic Naval Academy (HNA) and Director of Electrical Engineering Laboratory, HNA. Since 1988 he is National Representative of the Hellenic Navy in NATO group AC/141(NG/6) SG/4 on "Electrical Power Generation, Control, Distribution and Utilisation". His current scientific/research interests include : "All Electric Ship" (AES) technology, Power Supply Quality, Electrical Machines, Time Series Analysis.

Professor Christos Frangopoulos (Diploma in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering) is Professor at the School of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), teaching courses on marine engineering, as well as marine and land-based energy systems in both undergraduate and inter-departmental graduate courses. His research interests include development and application of methods for analysis, evaluation and optimal synthesis, design and operation of energy systems (power plants, propulsion plants, heat recovery systems, cogeneration systems, etc.) by combining thermodynamic, economic and environmental considerations, second Law (exergetic) analysis and internalization of environmental externalities are two particular subjects of this work. He has participated in various research projects funded by the EC, the Greek Government, institutions and private companies. He has often given invited lectures on the results of his research in several countries.

Prof. N. Hatziargyriou (Diploma in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens (1976); MSc (1979) and PhD (1982) in Electrical Engineering from UMIST). He is Professor of Power System Analysis and Control at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens. From 1984 he is working at the Power Division of the Electrical Engineering Department of the National Technical University of Athens, where he is full professor, since 1995. Currently, he is teaching Power System Analysis (Steady State and Transient Analysis) and Digital Techniques for Power System Analysis and Control. He has also taught Electrical Machines, Economic Power System Planning and Operation and Computer Programming techniques. He has participated in 22 research projects, funded by the European Commission, the General Secretariat for Research and Technology, the Public Power Corporation of Greece, the Center for Renewable Energy Sources (CRES) and various private companies including CEGELEC/INTRASOFT, Groupe Schneider/ELVIM, INESC, AMBER, Ecole des Mines de Paris, etc. These projects are related to power system modeling and analysis for operation and design, Dispersed and Renewable Generation, load frequency control of the Greek system, static and dynamic data validation for the Energy Management System of Greece, wind power integration studies, lightning protection of Wind Turbines, power system optimal operation and control, etc. He is author of 2 books and more than 100 publications in international magazines and conference proceedings. Prof. Hatziargyriou is active member CIGRE, Senior Member of IEEE and the Technical Chamber of Greece. He is currently Chapter Representative of the South East Zone of Region 8 and Vice-Chairman of the Greek Section., a member of organizing committees of various workshops, seminars and conferences and reviewer in technical magazines.

Dr. E. Styvaktakis (Electrical Engineer from NTUA/1995, MSc in Electrical Engineering from UMIST/1996, PhD from Chalmers/2002). He has worked as a consultant in power quality related projects for the industry. He is currently with the Hellenic Transmission System Operator (HTSO SA) dealing with power system studies. His research interests are power quality analysis methods and signal processing applications. He is themain Researcher of the project "Investigation of electric power quality phenomena in ship electric energy systems focusing on voltage variation phenomena"

Dr. F. Kanellos (Electrical Engineer from NTUA/1998, PhD from NTUA/2003). He is currently with the Hellenic Transmission System Operator (HTSO SA) dealing with power system studies.He is the main post-doc researcher of the project "Investigation of electric power quality phenomena in ship electric energy systems focusing on voltage variation phenomena"

E. Sofras (Naval Architect and Marine Engineer from NTUA/2004). Currently, he is pursuing postgraduate studies as a PhD candidate at NTUA, dealing with electric power quality issues of ship electric networks.

Dr. D. Muthumuni (PhD from University of Manitoba) is a Simulation Research Engineer with the Manitoba HVDC Research Centre in Canada. His research interests are in the areas of electric machines and transformer modeling for transient simulations and modeling of wind power systems.