Dr. Ali Mazloomzadeh joins as a post-doc fellow at ESRL

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Biography : Ali Mazloomzadeh (S’09) was born in Tehran, Iran in 1983 and received his B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran in 2005 and M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic), Tehran, Iran in 2009.He received Master degree toward his PhD from Florida International University in April, 2014. He has defended his Ph.D. dissertation at Florida International University (FIU) on Nov 7th 2014. During his PhD, he received FIU University Graduate School Dissertation Year Fellowship in 2014. He also received the best student paper award in SmartGridComm. Vancouver, Canada 2013.He is currently working as Post-doc Fellow at Energy Systems Laboratory at Florida International University
Research Interest   ali4

  • Development and test of Phasor Measurement Unit
  • Time synchronized power system criterion, specially GPS synchronized applications
  • Intelligent power and energy systems applications
  • Embedded systems and microprocessor based devices for applications in smart grid
  • Development and integration of converters for renewable energy sources in smart grid applications
  • Wide area monitoring and control of microgrids, and SCADA

Read more about his research.

Recent Awards                and Accomplishments
  • Dissertation Year Fellowship Award from University Graduate School at Florida Int. University (2014)
  • Best student paper award for “TSB: Trusted Sensing Base for Power Grid” in IEEE SmartGridComm. Symposium, Vancouver, Canada, (21-24 Oct 2013) (Ref: ESRL , UGS)
  • Over 20 peer reviewed journal and conference publications (Ref: google scholar)
  • Tuition waiver from University Graduate School, Florida Int. University (2010-2013)
  • FIU SGA travel award grant (2011)
  • IEEE IAS travel grant (2011)
Publications
  1. TSB: Trusted sensing base for the power grid
  2. Islanding detection using synchronized measurement in smart microgrids
  3. Hardware implementation of hybrid AC-DC power system laboratory involving renewable energy sources
  4. Soft synchronization of dispersed generators to micro grids for smart grid applications

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Contact  amazl001@fiu.edu, mohammed@fiu.edu
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