Jan Desmet received the Polytechnical Engineer degree from the polytechnic academy in Kortrijk, the M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from the V.U.Brussels and in his Ph.D. degree at the K.U.Leuven, Belgium. Currently he is full professor at the Ghent University teaching power quality, renewables and industrial electric measurement techniques. His research interests include LV distributed generation, renewable, power quality and their mutual interactions. Besides his job as full professor and researcher, he also is member of several expert colleges and both reviewer and topic chairman for international scientific conferences. He is also IEEE senior member, member of SC77A (IEC) and TC210 (CENELEC). His international scientific recognition is validated by his membership of the CIRED Technical Committee TC2 and his membership in the CIGRE JWG C4.24. Besides that, he is also member of the EASAC - ‘Dedicated Storage on Electrical Power Systems’ advisory board for the EU commission. His research lab is the only one over Europe with a free programmable artificial grid of 240kVA, including all renewable sources. Since November 2014, research group Lemcko became member of the DERLab group.