NEWS

Teaching Experiences

  • Lecturer  2020-Present

    Lecturer, The University of Adelaide - Australia

       ●  ELEC ENG 2101 Electronic Circuits, Semester 1

       ●  ELEC ENG 2105 Electronic Circuits M, Semester 1

       ●  ELEC ENG 4087-7087 Electricity Market and Power System Operation, Semester 2

  • Lecturer  2018

    Research Fellow, The University of Queensland - Australia

       ●  I taught Electricity market module of the Electricity Market Operation and Security (ELEC7310) course in Semester 1

  • TA  2011-2013

    Teaching Assistant, Montana State University - USA

       ●  Taught PowerWorld in Power System Analysis class for a couple of semesters
       ●  Taught Linear Control class for a couple of sessions

Supervisory Activities

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Sayed Nasrollah Hashemian

Ph.D. Student, 2022
Current Appointment:  Ph.D. student @ the University of Adelaide, Australia
He will be working on FBICRC Mine Electrification project developing charging scheduling algorithms for electric haul trucks.

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Hao Wang

Ph.D. Student, 2021
Current Appointment:  Ph.D. student @ the University of Adelaide, Australia
He will be working on FBICRC Microgrid Deployment project developing Redox Flow battery model and energy management system.

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Yogesh Pipada

Ph.D. Student, 2021
Current Appointment:  Ph.D. student @ the University of Adelaide, Australia
He will be working on FRESNO A project developing decision-making tools for aggregator operation in the electricity market.

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Trong Nam Dinh

Ph.D. Student, 2021
Current Appointment:  Ph.D. student @ the University of Adelaide, Australia
He will be working on FRESNO C project developing advanced game-theoretic model of prosumers.

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Rui (Ray) Yuan

Ph.D. Student, 2021
Current Appointment:  Ph.D. student @ the University of Adelaide, Australia
He will be working on FRESNO B project developing probabilistic models of consumers reaction to price signals.

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Sahand Karimi-Arpanahi

Ph.D. Student, 2020
Current Appointment:  Ph.D. student @ the University of Adelaide, Australia
He is developing new battery sizing strategies based on predictability measure for utility-scale PV/wind farms.

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Yuan Yao

Ph.D. Student, 2019
Current Appointment:  Ph.D. student @ the University of Adelaide, Australia
He is developing hierarchical controller/management systems for a cluster of MGs.

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Mahsa Bagheri Tookanlou

Ph.D. Student, 2019-2022
Current Appointment:  Power System Consultant @ RINA, United Kingdom
She developed V2G and G2V pricing and trading mechanisms for EVs in an e-mobility ecosystem.

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Emma Blomgren

Ph.D. Student, 2019
Current Appointment:  Ph.D. student @ Technical University of Denmark
She is working on developing market mechanisms for multi-carrier energy systems in Flexible Energy Denmark (FED) project.

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Julian Lemos Vinasco

Ph.D. Student, 2019
Current Appointment:  Ph.D. student @ Technical University of Denmark
He is working on developing flexibility aggregation methods considering technical constraints.

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Md Mehedi Hasan

MPhil Student, 2017-2019
Current Appointment:  Electrical Engineer @ Tandem Corp
He is developing thermal model of battery and its container considering forced ventilation for battery energy management applications.

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Dr Giulia De Zotti

Ph.D. student, 2017-2019
Current Appointment:  Energy Advisor @ Danish Energy Agency
She developed novel control-based algorithms for ancillary services provision in the future electricity market.

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Dr Marzieh Parandehgheibi

Summer Research Intern at NECLA, 2016
Current Appointment:  Tech Lead / Staff AI Scientist at NIO
She developed an optimal two-level control algorithm to aggregate behind-the-meter storage devices for day-ahead energy market participation.

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Dr Shankar Mohan

Summer Research Intern at NECLA, 2015
Current Appointment:  Researcher @ Ford Motor Company
He developed an optimization framework for optimal battery sizing for participation in various demand response programs.

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Dr Reza Ahmadi

Ph.D. Visiting Scholar, Montana State University, 2014
Current Appointment:  Wind Farm Control Lead Engineer @ Vattenfall
He worked on simulation modeling to assess the impact of G2V and V2G EV operation in active distribution networks.

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Kevin Marchese

M.Sc. Student, Montana State University, co-supervision
Current Appointment:   Unknown
He worked on developing demand response application for EWHs for islanded microgrid frequency regulation.

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Colin Young

M.Sc. Student, Montana State University, co-supervision
Current Appointment:   System Engineer @ Kodiak Electric Association
He developed an LFC model with battery and DFIG dynamic models to design a fuzzy controller for frequency regulation.

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Aric Litchy

M.Sc. Student, Montana State University, co-supervision
Current Appointment:   Unknown
He compared different software applications for grid-tied and islanded microgrid design.

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Stasha Patrick

M.Sc. Student, Montana State University, co-supervision
Current Appointment:   Unknown
She designed real-time control concept to operate EWHs for frequency regulation in wind-dominated power system.

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Jonathan Wilson

M.Sc. Student, Montana State University, co-supervision
Current Appointment:  Engineer @ Portland General Electric
He developed dynamic model of hybrid power system with fuel cells in MATLAB/Simulink.

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Team Achievements

  • Aug. 2022
    Sahand Karimi-Arpanahi, one of four finalists from the Faculty of SET 3MT
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    Sahand's 3MT selected as one of four finalists from the Faculty of SET, The University of Adelaide and set to compete in the University 3MT competition on Tuesday, 13 September.
  • Dec. 2021
    Team FRESNO, 5th place in IEEE-CIS technical challenge
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    FRESNO team including Rui Yuan, Trong Nam Dinh and Yogesh Pipada Sunil Kumar won 5th place in the IEEE-CIS technical challenge on PREDICT+OPTIMIZE for renewable energy scheduling.
  • Nov. 2021
    Sahand Karimi-Arpanahi, CSIRO top-op scholarship
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    Sahand secured a $15K p.a. top-op scholarship from CSIRO for the rest of his PhD.