… and what we do
The group is led by Dr. Petros Aristidou and is part of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering and Informatics at the Cyprus University of Technology.
We work on making future electric power systems sustainable, secure, and resilient. Our research brings together mathematical tools from the areas of numerical analysis and optimization, with high performance computational tools and machine learning techniques, to tackle modern power system problems.
[01/10/22] New journal paper A feature-subspace-based ensemble method for estimating long-term voltage stability margins published in Electric Power Systems Research.
[01/10/22] New journal paper Quantifying the uncertainty imposed by inaccurate modeling of active distribution grids published in Electric Power Systems Research.
[19/09/22] New journal paper on Resilient Microgrid Scheduling With Secure Frequency and Voltage Transient Response published in IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.
[01/07/22] New journal paper on Improving Stability of Low-Inertia Systems using Virtual Induction Machine Synchronization for Grid-Following Converters published in IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.
Some of our ongoing and past research projects and tools