I am currently a Research Associate in the Power and Control research group in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Imperial College London, U.K.
My research interests include demand side and energy storage participation in electricity markets, smart pricing mechanisms, and the development and application of market-based approaches for the coordination of operation and planning decisions in power systems, employing game theoretic, agent-based modelling and deep learning approaches.
I have over 6 years of experiences in game theoretic modelling, agent-based modelling, and deep learning algorithms.
et al., 2019, Cost-Effective Decarbonization in a Decentralized Market The Benefits of Using Flexible Technologies and Resources, Ieee Power & Energy Magazine, Vol:17, ISSN:1540-7977, Pages:25-36
et al., 2019, Clustering-based residential baseline estimation: a probabilistic perspective, Ieee Transactions on Smart Grid, ISSN:1949-3061
et al., Investigating the Impacts of Price-Taking and Price-Making Energy Storage in Electricity Markets through an Equilibrium Programming Model, Iet Generation, Transmission & Distribution
et al., Impact of Energy Storage on Market-Based Generation Investment Planning, 13th IEEE PES PowerTech Conference Milano 2019
et al., Incorporating demand flexibility in strategic generation investment planning, 15th International Conference on the European Energy Market, IEEE