Sanandaj, Kurdistan, Iran
Assistant Professor, Power System Engineering
I joined the department of electrical and computer engineering at University of Kurdistan in 2016. Prior to that I was an associate fellow at University of Wisconsin-Madison (2014-2015) and a research assistant at Power System Engineering Research Center (PSERC) and Wisconsin Energy Institute (WEI). I received the Ph.D., M.Sc. and B.Sc. degrees from Tarbiat Modares University and University of Kurdistan in 2014, 2011 and 2008, respectively, all in Electrical Engineering. My research interests include power system dynamic and stability, renewable energy integration, power system modeling & simulation, power system operation and wide area control.
Ø July 2017: I will give a presentation at the Iranian Association of Electrical and Electronics Engineers-West Branch (WIAEEE).
Ø June 2017: Recent paper entitled "A Center-of-Gravity-based Approach to Estimate Slow Power and Frequency Variations" is accepted for publication by IEEE Transactions on Power Systems
Ø January 2017: I received research grant from "Iranian National Science Foundation (INSF)"
Ø January 2017: I received research grant from "Vice-Presidency for Science and Technology"
Ø January 2017: My Transactions paper "Maximum Penetration Level of Micro-Grids in Large-Scale Power Systems: Frequency Stability Viewpoint" is invited for presentation in IEEE PES PowerTech 2017 in Manchester
Ø June 2016: I received technical certification for the developed "Green Power System Analysis Toolbox (GPSAT)" from TAVANIR
Ø March 2016: Recent paper entitled "Maximum Penetration Level of Micro-Grids in Large-Scale Power Systems: Frequency Stability Viewpoint" is accepted for publication by IEEE Transactions on Power Systems
Ø January 2016: I received 17th Khwarazmi Youth Festival award for "Developing of a software package for dynamical modelling of Active Distribution Networks"
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