I am a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) at the University of Leeds. I work on making future electric power systems sustainable, secure, and resilient. My research brings together mathematical tools from the areas of numerical analysis and optimisation, with high performance computational tools and machine learning techniques, to tackle modern power system problems.
Centralised and decentralised optimal peer-to-peer energy trades based on dynamic consensus algorithms
An open-source, parametrizable, large-scale, combined, transmission and distribution test system
Develop and test frequency control in a Smart Grid Lab
Modelling and analysis of a dynamic Microgrid model for frequency studies.
Modelling and analysis of Smart Grids
Unleash the power of data science to support the development of Smart Grids.
Modelling and analysis of HVDC technologies.
Building computational tools for Smart Grids.
Increasing Smart Grid on-line awareness through remote sensing.
Increasing Smart Grid awareness through remote sensing.
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Can you build a Human-machine interface for Smart Grids?