Farid Alavi



About Me

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I am a PhD candidate at Delft Center for Systems and Control. I got a BSc degree in 2010 and an MSc degree in 2013, both in electrical engineering - control from Isfahan University of Technology (IUT), Isfahan, Iran. I have started my PhD research since October 2014 and my current research topic is the robust control of energy management systems. My research interests include model predictive control, hybrid systems, robust control, and energy management systems.

My Work

Research Interests:

  • Control of discrete-event systems and hybrid systems
  • Energy management systems
  • Robust model predictive control

Teaching Assistance:

Modeling and control of hybrid systems (SC4160) (MSc Course)

Students:

The complete list of students advised by me can be found in HERE


Publications

Year Title Where
2017 Fuel cell cars in a microgrid for synergies between hydrogen and electricity networks Applied Energy, volume 192.
2017 Power Scheduling in Islanded-Mode Microgrids using Fuel Cell Vehicles IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Melbourne, Australia.
2017 Optimal power scheduling of fuel-cell-car-based microgrids IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Melbourne, Australia.
2016 Min-Max Control of Fuel-Cell-Car-Based Smart Energy Systems European Control Conference, Aalborg, Denmark.
2016 Power balance of microgrids using min-max control of fuel cell cars Benelux Meeting on Systems and Control
2015 Robust control of fuel-cell-car-based smart energy systems Benelux Meeting on Systems and Control

Contact

Farid Alavi

PhD Student


Delft Center for Systems and Control
Delft University of Technology
Mekelweg 2 (3ME Building), 2628 CD, Delft, The Netherlands

Email: f.alavi@tudelft.nl
Phone: +31-15 27 88573
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