Dr Akram Bati

General information

Job title: Lecturer
Department: Power Engineering Centre, School of Energy, Environment and Agrifood
University/Company: Cranfield University, UK
Report to: Professor Patrick Luk

Contact information:

Email address: a.bati@cranfield.ac.uk
Mobile phone:
Work phone:
Skype ID: akrambati
Other contact information:
www.cranfield.ac.uk ; http://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=u6DHFEYAAAAJ&hl=en; https://www.linkedin.com/pub/akram-bati/34/bb0/197; http://igive.wikidot.com/memb:9; http://akrambati.netau.net/

Main research interest

Main Research Area:

Power Systems Stability , wind turbine control, PV Panel control, smart grid analysis

Short Biography

Akram Bati received the B.Sc. degree in electrical
engineering from Baghdad University, Baghdad,
Iraq, in 1980, and the M.Sc. and the Ph.D. degrees
in electrical power systems from Cranfield Institute
of Technology (CIT), Cranfield, U.K., in 1985 and
1988, respectively.
He started his career first in industry as an O&M
Engineer. In 1984, he began his academic research
as an Assistant Lecturer at the University of Technology,
Baghdad, Iraq, and then joined CIT to begin
his graduate work. Since 1988, he has held academic
positions at the University of Technology, Iraq, Mutah University, Karak,
Jordan, and Kwazulu Natal University, Durban, South Africa. In 2011, he joined
Cranfield University, Cranfueld, U.K., as an Academic Visitor, and then, in
2013, he became a member of staff in the group of Electric Power and Drives.
He has over 30 technical publications in the area of power systems. His main
current research is focused on smart grid stability and optimized load flow
Dr. Bati has served as TCP of many IEEE conferences on smart grids and
power engineering, and he is a regular peer reviewer for IEEE TRANSACTIONS
and EPSRC proposals.

Role on iGive project

Main work package: Multi

Brief description of role on iGive project:

smart grid stability and load flow with G2V integration

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