We carry out internationally recognised research in the fields of energy and power networks and intelligent grid technologies towards the development of future electrical power grids.
Our research is reshaping electricity networks to fit Australia’s special conditions and challenges –managing abundant energy sources for a relatively small population across large geographical areas. One such example is the National Electricity Market (NEM) transmission path down the east coast of Australia, the longest in the world.
We’re also providing our talented students studying this field and industry partners with a deeper understanding of these ongoing obstacles.
Our research focuses on the following areas:
- Grid and Market Integration of Distributed Energy Resources
- Future Grid Modelling and Scenario Analysis in the Context of Energy Transition
- Operation and Control of Power Systems with Inverter-Interfaced Generation
- Modelling, Design, Simulation, and Control of Power Electronics
- DC Microgrids