Interaction of Droop Controllers through Complex Power Network in Microgrids
Mohsen Eskandari was born in Saveh, Iran. He received the B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in electrical engineering from Islamic Azad University, Saveh, Iran, in 2004 and 2013, respectively, and the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Technology Sydney, Sydney,in 2020. He is a postdoctoral research associate with the School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications, the University of New South Wales.He has more than ten years of experience in different parts of the electrical industry.He has proven skills handling power systems projects as well as a strong background in the field of automation and control. He also possesses valuable experience with power systems in the generation, transmission, distribution, and load (industrial and residential) levels. His current research interests include power systems, power electronics, control theory, optimization, and artificial intelligence, and particularly their applications into Smart/Micro Grids.
Water Pressure Monitoring Using a Temperature-Compensated WP-SAW Pressure Sensor
Research Associate at Shenzhen University, China
PhD in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Staffordshire University, UK
MSc in Microelectronics, Newcastle University, UK
BEng in Electronic Science and Technology, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China
Research interests: surface acoustic wave sensors and devices using advanced materials and microelectronic technologies for industrial applications, fabrication of micro- or nanostructured surfaces for chemical and bio- sensors, signal processing and data fusion techniques for sensors, internet of things (IoT), and intelligent monitoring for water distribution systems
Towards Optimal Demand-Side Bidding in Parallel Auctions for Time-Shiftable Electrical Loads
Roland Saur – Biography
July 10, 2020
Roland Saur works on the Heat and Power Systems at Industrial Sites and Harbours (HaPSISH) project in the Intelligent and Autonomous Systems (IAS) group at the Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) in Amsterdam. He pursues his PhD at TU Delft. Before joining CWI, he received his Master’s degree from TU Delft and his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Stuttgart.
Towards a Systematic Approach for Smart Grid Hazard Analysis and Experiment Specification
Dr Paul Smith is a Senior Scientist with the Center for Digital Safety and Security at AIT Austrian Institute of Technology and a Visiting Researcher at Lancaster University, UK. He received his PhD in Computing from Lancaster University in September 2003. Paul’s research is targeted at developing applied solutions to ensuring the security and resilience of critical information infrastructures, including computer networks and digitalized energy systems. Solutions include approaches to risk management, anomaly detection, secure architecture specification, incident response, and resilience measurement. For each of these solutions, his interest lies in addressing the cyber-physical aspects of security and resilience. He has participated in several international research projects in this area and has published articles on various aspects that relate to his interests.
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