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Research Keyword: microgrid

Faculty: Luh, Peter B.
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Luh’s research areas include (1) Energy Efficient and Safe Buildings – optimized energy management, HVAC fault detection and diagnosis, emergency crowd guidance, and eco communities; (2) Smart Power Systems and Microgrids – smart grid, electricity markets, effective wind and solar integration to the grid, load and price forecasting, and micro grid; and (3) Intelligent […]
Categories | Keywords: Electrical and Computer Engineering, energy efficient and safe buildings, microgrid, smart power systems

Faculty: Park, Sung-Yeul
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Park’s recent research efforts have focused on smart energy and power conversion systems in the distributed power network and renewable energy grid integration applications. Dr. Park seeks the way of full utilization of power electronic technologies so that: The power quality of distributed power network will be enhanced The benefit from renewable energy and […]
Categories | Keywords: battery energy conversion and management systems, building power systems and power quality, Center for Clean Energy Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, grid-connected-inverter, microgrid, power conditioning system, power electronics, renewable integration, smart building power network, smart energy and power conversion

Faculty: Zhang, Peng
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Zhang’s recent research interests include (1) Forecasting and managing of power system resilience and reliability, (2) Scalable microgrid technologies through fast speed networking and non-synchronous grid interconnection and (3) Smart ocean energy technologies for energy resiliency and efficiency in cyber-aquatic systems.
Categories | Keywords: Center for Clean Energy Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, fast speed programmable network, microgrid, power electronics, power system resilience and reliability, smart ocean technologies, wireless charging