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Mr Muhammad Ali

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Biography

Currently, I am doing my PhD in electrical engineering at the University of New South Wales, Australia. I am working on the power control of virtual oscillator-controlled inverters in microgrids. My expertise lies in the field of dispatchable inverter control techniques for microgrids with high penetration of renewable energy sources. I received Tuition Fee Scholarship and Research Stipend from UNSW in 2017 and IEEE IES S&YP Paper Assistance...view more

Currently, I am doing my PhD in electrical engineering at the University of New South Wales, Australia. I am working on the power control of virtual oscillator-controlled inverters in microgrids. My expertise lies in the field of dispatchable inverter control techniques for microgrids with high penetration of renewable energy sources. I received Tuition Fee Scholarship and Research Stipend from UNSW in 2017 and IEEE IES S&YP Paper Assistance at Power Electronics and Motion Control (PEMC) conference in 2018.

My PhD Supervisors are:

  • Professor John E. Fletcher (Primary Supervisor)
  • Dr. Hendra I. Nurdin (Joint Supervisor)

I am also working as a Casual Academic at the School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications. I have performed lab demonstration and exam marking duties for several undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

I am a Graduate Student Member of IEEE, IEEE Power Electronics Society and IEEE Industrial Electronics Society.


My Qualifications

  • PhD in Electrical Engineering, University of New South Wales, Australia, 2017 - Present.
  • MSc in Electrical Engineering, National University of Sciences and Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan, 2015.
  • BSc in Electrical Engineering, University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan,  2011.

My Research Activities

My areas of expertise include:

  • Dispatchable generation
  • Virtual oscillator control
  • Renewable energy and microgrids
  • Power control
  • Nonlinear control theory
  • Model predictive control of power converters
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Location

Room 402, School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications