Green Energy and Technology: Choosing Among Alternatives.- Grid Codes: Goals and Challenges.- Fault-Ride Through criteria development.- High Penetration of Rooftop Photovoltaic Cells in Low Voltage Distribution Networks: Voltage Imbalance and Improvement.- Performance Evaluation of Grid-Connected Solar Photovoltaic (SPV) System with Different MPPT Controllers.- Optimal Siting and Sizing of Wind Turbines based on Genetic Algorithm and Optimal Power Flow.- Power Flow Analysis and Reactive Power Compensation of Grid Connected Wind Energy Conversion Systems.- Contribution of Variable-Speed Wind Generators to Frequency Regulation and Oscillation Damping in the United States Eastern Interconnection (EI).- Power Management of Low or Medium Voltage Networks with High Density of Renewable Generation.- Integration of Green Energy into Power Distribution Systems - Study of Impacts and Development of Control Methodology.- Integrating Smart PHEVs in Future Smart Grid.- Coordinating Distributed Energy Sources during Microgrid Emergency Operation.- A Novel Aggregation Technique using Mechanical Torque Compensating Factors for DFIG Wind Farms.- DC Grid Interconnection for Conversion Losses and Cost Optimization.- Interconnected Autonomous Microgrids in Smart Grids with Self-Healing capability.- Agent-based Smart Grid Protection and Security.- Vulnerabilities of Smart Grid State Estimation against False Data Injection Attack.- Impediments and Model for Network Centrality Analysis of a Renewable Integrated Electricity Grid.
Dr. Jahangir Hossain received his Ph.D. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from the University of New South Wales, Australia. He is currently a lecturer in the Griffith School of Engineering, Griffith University, Gold Coast, Australia. Before joining Griffith University, he served as a research fellow in the School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, University of Queensland, Australia. His research interests are power systems, renewable energy integration and stabilization, voltage stability, micro grids, robust control, electrical machine, FACTS devices and energy storage systems. Dr. Apel Mahmud received his PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of New South Wales, Australia. He is currently a lecturer at Swinburne University of Technology, Australia. His research interests are dynamic stability of power systems, renewable energy integration, smart grids, nonlinear control theory and electrical machines.