Mehdi Etezadi-Amoli, Lead
Professor of electrical engineering
Assistant professor, electrical and biomedical engineering
Professor, electrical and biomedical engineering
Power Grid Group
- Mehdi Etezadi-Amoli (group lead) specializes in power systems analysis, planning and protection; renewable energy; electromagnetic transient simulations; large-scale system modeling; and neural networks and fuzzy control application to power systems. He is a registered professional engineer in the states of Nevada and New Mexico.
- C. Yaman Evrenosoglu specializes in electric power system analysis, operation and design; integration of distributed renewable energy systems; smart grid applications in power transmission systems; advanced techniques for power system monitoring and control; power system dynamic/static state estimation; fault location along power system transmission and distribution lines; optimal power flow studies; and power system visualization.
- Sami Fadali specializes in classical and modern control systems; fault detection; physiological modeling; nonlinear and optimum control; fuzzy systems; and engineering education.
- Cristian Lascu specializes in power electronics converters; control of electric machinery; active power filters for power systems, microcontrollers and DSP applications; low power analog and digital electronics design; and smart interfacing for wind and solar power system integration.
- Andrew Trzynadlowski specializes in power electronics; control of electric motors; pulse width modulation techniques; noise, vibration, and EMI mitigation in adjustable speed drives; fault diagnosis in electromachine systems; application of DSPs in power conversion schemes; renewable energy systems; and novel structures of electric machines. He is a Fellow of IEEE.
From left to right: Sami Fadali, Yaman Evrenosoglu, Mehdi Etezadi-Amoli and Andrew Trzynadlowski.