The Smart Grids Communication (SGC) research group at Department of Electrical Engineering, NUST College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering is focused to promote and encourage smart grid research and innovations. Our current research interests include: virtual power plants, renewable and storage integration, planning & operations, cyber security and privacy, and energy efficient communications. The key work in the group is to develop innovative technology within the framework of the emerging Smart Grid theme.
||Power Systems, Alternate Energy Resources
|Dr. Muhammad Zeeshan
||Wireless Communications, Signal Processing Systems
|Dr. Usman Ali
||Alternate Energy resources, embedded systems
|Engr. Kamran Bodla
|Engr. M. Waqas Khan
Publications: (Journal Papers)
1. Azhar Ul-Haq, C. Cecati, and Essam Al-Ammar, “Modeling of Photovoltaic Powered Electric Vehicle Charging Station with Vehicle-to-Grid Implementation” in Energies Journal (ISI impact factor: 2.48), Vol. 10, doi:10.3390/en10010004, Dec. 2016.
2. Azhar Ul-Haq, M. J. Chaudhry, Farhat Saleemi, “Hybrid Fuel Cell Power System for Electric Vehicle Applications” published in Journal of Low Power Electronics by American Scientific Publishers Vol. 10 No. 1, pp. 65-71, Mar., 2014
Publications: (Conference Papers)
1. M. J. Chaudhry, F. Graziosi and Azhar Ul-Haq, “Energy Efficient and Low Complexity Wireless Communication,” in Proc. of 2nd IEEE Global Conference on Signal and Information Processing, held in Atlanta USA, Dec. 2014.
• Incorporating Smart Charging of Electric Vehicles in Micro-grid Operation and its Impact Analysis
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