Field of Research (FoR)
Khizir Mahmud is a member of the Energy Systems research group. He is working as a postdoctoral researcher at the School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications, University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney, Australia. He is also working at the Core Operation, Northern Territory Government, Australia. In 2018, he received the PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from the UNSW. Before joining the UNSW, he worked with the Power Systems...view more
Khizir Mahmud is a member of the Energy Systems research group. He is working as a postdoctoral researcher at the School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications, University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney, Australia. He is also working at the Core Operation, Northern Territory Government, Australia. In 2018, he received the PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from the UNSW. Before joining the UNSW, he worked with the Power Systems Research Group, School of Automation, Northwestern Polytechnical University (NWPU), China. In 2017, he was a visiting researcher at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA.
Dr. Mahmud is the recipient of the UNSW postdoctoral writing fellowship and the Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship. He also received the WU Yajun award by NWPU for excellent academic and research performance.
Currently, Dr. Mahmud is serving as a section editor of the Smart Science journal, Taylor & Francis, UK.
- Internet of energy and virtual power plant
- Peer-peer energy transactions
- Forecasting and day-ahead robust dispatch engine development
- Battery storage, renewable energy and electric vehicle integration to the grid
- Smart grid peak demand management
- Machine learning
- Lab, ELEC3105 - Electrical Energy
- Lab, ELEC4612 - Power Systems Analysis
- Lab, ELEC4123 - Design Proficiency
- Lab, ELEC260 - Introduction to Mechatronics
- Lab, ENG150 - Electrical and Mechanical Systems
- Behram Khan, masters thesis, UNSW
Thesis: Integration of distributed energy resources into the virtual power plant.
- Tajinder Kumar, undergrad thesis, UNSW
Thesis: Stochastic optimization of customers-end energy resources.
- Shashank Soman, undergrad thesis, UNSW
Thesis: Battery storage and EV operation optimization using PSO.
- Manfei Li, undergrad thesis, UNSW
Thesis: IoT-based energy sharing process.
- Guanjie Yue, undergrad thesis, UNSW
Thesis: Implementation of the local controller of EMS using LabView
- Weilun Peng, undergrad thesis, UNSW
Thesis: Development of power demand forecasting techniques.
- Postdoctoral writing fellowship, UNSW, Australia
- Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship
- Graduate Student Research Excellence Fund, NWPU, China
- Wu Yajun Merit Scholarship, NWPU, China
- Chinese Government Scholarship
- Undergraduate Merit Scholarship, CUET, Bangladesh
- Russian Government Scholarship
- Education Board Talent Pool Scholarship with merit position
- Member, IEEE
- Member, IEEE Power and Energy Society
- Member, IEEE Industrial Electronics Society
- Member, IEEE Industry Applications Society
- Member, IEEE Young Professionals
- Member, International Association of Engineers
- Member, Engineers Australia
- Professor Josep M Guerrero, Aalborg University, Denmark
- Professor Pierluigi Siano, University of Salerno, Italy
- Professor MJ Hossain, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
- Professor Gunnur Kocar, Ege University, Turkey
- Professor Lei Tao, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
Journal Editorial Board Member
Smart Science, Taylor & Francis.
Conference Organizing Committee Member
- The 5th International Conference on New Energy and Future Energy Systems (NEFES 2020), Xi’an, China, July 14-17, 2020
- The 2nd Asia Energy and Electrical Engineering Symposium (AEEES 2020), Chengdu, China, May 29-31, 2020
IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy, IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, IEEE Transactions on Transportation Electrification, IEEE Journal of Emerging and Selected Topics in Power Electronics, IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, IEEE Systems Journal, ETransportation, Journal of Power Electronics, IEEE Access, Australian Journal of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Journal of Cleaner Production, Journal of Modern Power Systems and Clean Energy, Applied Energy, Energy Efficiency, International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems, Asian Journal of Control, Engineering Reports, IET Electrical Systems in Transportation, IET Generation, Transmission & Distribution, IET Power Electronics, International Journal of Emerging Electric Power Systems, International Journal of Numerical Modelling: Electronic Networks, Devices and Fields, Journal of Sustainability Research
Technical Reviewer for the conference: PECI 2017, ISGT- Asia 2017, TPEC 2017-18, EEEP-19, IICPE2018, NEFES2019.
His review activities can be found here.
- Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Electrical Engineering, University of New South Wales, Sydney, 2015-2018
- MSc, Electrical Engineering, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xián, China, 2012- 2014
- BSc, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology, Chittagong, Bangladesh, 2007- 2011
My Research Activities
Dr Mahmud's current research is focused on a coordinated energy management system development for the demand management of the internet of energy and the virtual power plant through robust and resilient peer-to-peer energy transactions. In a recently published research work, he proposed a floating microgrid to provide real-time load and ancillary support to small disperse islands. It provides a unique solution to mitigate the power crisis of the islanders, and it draws significant media attention. Read full stories-
Electric Boats Could Be Floating Batteries for Island Microgrids by IEEE Spectrum
Researchers Propose Floating Microgrids Made up of Electric Boats by Microgridknowledge
UNSW report proposes floating microgrids of electric boats by One Step Off the Grid
Can electric boats supply power in disaster zones? by Plugboats
Floating Microgrids Could Help Power Islands After Disasters by Defence techconnect