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Amin Mahdizadeh receives Best Paper Award

PhD student Amin Mahdizadeh has received the Best Paper Award for PhD Students at the recent 21st International Conference on System Theory, Control and Computing, held in Romania.

Amin’s paper, Fatigue Loads Mitigation in Multi-Mega-Watt Wind Turbines Using Output Regulation Control and LIDAR Wind Measurements, was co-authored with his supervisors Dr Robert Schmid and Assoc Prof Denny Oetomo.

Congratulations Amin!

Han Wang and Pierluigi Mancarella receive Best Paper Award

PhD student Han Wang and Prof Pierluigi Mancarella have won the Best Paper Award (1st) at the recent Australasian Universities Power Engineering Conference 2017 in Melbourne.

Their paper, Modelling and Valuing Multi-Energy Flexibility from Community Energy Systems, was co-authored with Nicholas Good from University of Manchester.

Congratulations Han and Pierluigi!

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