Prof. Ghanim Putrus
Electrical Power Engineering at Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K
BIO: Ghanim Putrus is Professor of Electrical Power Engineering at the Department of Mathematics, Physics and Electrical Engineering, Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. Emeritus Professor from January 2023.
He has over 30 years of research experience with over 200 publications, including one patent and four book chapters. He has given over 70 invited keynotes, plenary addresses and talks at national and international events. He has led several research projects (funded by EU, EPSRC, Innovate UK and industry) and has often provided consultancy for industry in the area of energy and electrical power engineering. He has supervised over 23 PhD students to successful completion.
Professor Putrus is Associate Editor for Elsevier Renewable Energy journal and serves on the editorial board for the World Electric Vehicle Journal and the technical/steering committees for several international conferences. He has organised several conferences and professional events, such as UPEC2006 conference, IET/EU colloquiums/seminars, etc.
He has been actively involved in the Institution of Engineering Technology (IET), Chairman of the IET Northumbria Network (2004/2005) and served on the executive committee of the Power Trading and Control Professional Network (2001-2010).
Main research interests are application of power electronics in power systems, power quality, integration of electric vehicles and renewable energy sources into power distribution networks (smart grids).
Research area: power grids,battery powered vehicles,distributed power generation,electric vehicles,photovoltaic power systems,power generation control,DC-DC power convertors,battery chargers,distribution networks,energy management systems,power generation economics
Speech Title: Smart Integration of Energy and Transport Systems
Abstract: Electrical power and transport systems evolved throughout the 20th century to provide adequate electricity supply and transport that our civilization now rely on. Given the concerns about the security of energy supply, greenhouse gas emissions and climate change, the challenge now is to maintain sustainable, secure and affordable energy and transport systems. This has led to increased interest in moving towards renewable energy generation and electric transport, which are seen as the way forward to provide sustainable energy and transport.
The increased deployment of renewable energy sources and electric vehicles makes it difficult to control the grid system and also difficult to meet the increased electricity demand needed to charge electric vehicles. However, smart control of the electricity grid and charging of electric vehicles can provide dynamic supply-demand balance and therefore provide opportunities for both the grid and electric vehicles.
This talk will give an overview of the challenges due to increased deployment of renewable energy sources and electric vehicles. It will also cover opportunities that emerging technologies provide not only to meet these challenges but also to foster new operational models that will help maintain reliable and affordable electricity and transport systems as well as improve their efficiency and lower their environmental impacts.
Assoc. Prof Sayed Abulanwar
Mansoura University/ Electrical Engineering Department
Horus University-Egypt/ Electrical Engineering Department
BIO: Sayed Abulanwar (SMIEEE) received the B.S. and M.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering, Mansoura University, Egypt, in 2005 and 2010, respectively, and the Ph.D. degree from Energy Technology Department, Aalborg University, Denmark, in 2016. He is currently an Associate Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Mansoura University, Egypt and Horus University-Egypt. He is a Guest Editor, IET Renewable Power Generation and Alexandria Engineering Journal. His research includes hybrid AC/DC Microgrids, wind energy conversion systems, HVDC systems, transients in power systems and grid-connected converters.
Research area: Hybrid AC/DC Microgrids, optimization, operation and control/Fault detection and protection of DC and AC microgrids/Wind energy conversion systems/Grid-connected converters/Power system transients
Speech Title:Energy management and control of hybrid AC/DC Microgrids.
Assoc. Prof. Jia Cui,
Shenyang University of Technology, China
BIO: Jia Cui, is a Postdoctor, an Associate Professor, and the Departmental Leader in renewable energy science and engineering. His research interest includes analysis and operation of smart grid, intelligent control, modeling and prediction of flexible load in distribution network, and energy management technology of Micro-grid. He has served as a reviewer for Applied Energy, IEEE Transactions on Smart grid, Sustainable Energy, Power Delivery, CSEE Journal of Power and Energy Systemsd, Chinese Journal of Electrical Engineering, Journal of Electrotechnology, Power System Automation, Grid Technology and other international and domestic top academic journals.
Research area: Energy Internet, smart grid, integrated energy, electricity market,demand side management, digital twin technology, big data analysis, energy management of industrial park, electric vehicle charging planning, load modeling and forecasting, micro-Grid energy management technology, new energy gridding technology, wind power generation control technology, etc.
Assoc. Prof. Muhyiddine Jradi
Center for Energy Informatics, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
BIO: Muhyiddine Jradi, PhD, is an Associate Professor in Energy Engineering and the leader of the Building Energy Applications Group at the Center of Energy Informatics at the University of Southern Denmark. He has a mechanical engineering background and received his PhD degree in Sustainable Building and Energy Technologies from the University of Nottingham, in 2014. Dr Jradi’s main research interests include energy efficient systems, building energy modelling and simulation, energy renovation, multi-generation systems, energy systems numerical modelling and simulation, renewable energy and energy storage. Dr Jradi is currently leading and taking part in multiple international research projects in collaboration with industrial partners and public parities with funding exceeding 4 million USD. In addition, he is serving as a member of multiple journal editorial boards and international conferences’ scientific committees. He has received multiple awards including the Dean of Engineering Research Scholarship for International Excellence from the University of Nottingham and the Sakkal Renewable Energy Award from the American University of Beirut. Dr Jradi research work has led to more than 140 academic publications in leading journals and international conferences.
Researcharea: Energy efficient systems, Sustainable energy technologies, Energy digitalization, Building management systems, Building energy modelling and simulation, Thermal comfort and indoor air quality, Cogeneration and Tri-generation systems, Energy systems numerical modelling and simulation, HVAC Systems, Energy Storage, Systems control and optimization.
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