Antenna and Electromagnetics Research Group Offices
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Kamyar Mehran is a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Power Engineering and the founder and director of the Real-Time Power and Control System (RPCS) Laboratory with the Antenna and Electromagnetics Research Group at the school of EECS in Queen Mary University in London. He received his PhD degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering and MSc degree in Control and Automation (2004) from Newcastle University, UK, in 2010 and 2004. From 2013 to 2015, he was a research fellow in the University of Warwick, UK and from 2010-2013 research associate in the Newcastle University, the UK where he also acted as a commercialisation manager for a university spin-off company developing disruptive GaN-based optoelectronics for neuroscience research. His research is mainly focused on the application of advanced control and optimisation methods for (vehicular, grid) energy storage, SiC-based power electronics and dc/ac Microgrids and nanogrids.
Dr Mehran is a reviewer for Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), the major body in the UK for funding engineering research projects, and also for several high-impact journals including IEEE Transactions in Smart Grid and IEEE Transactions in Fuzzy Systems. He also published two book chapter including his recent chapter in “Control strategy for time-delay systems” published by Elsevier. He has been an invited speaker in his field in several conferences and companies including the keynote speaker in the International Conference on Modelling, Identification and Control.