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About Associate Professor Kashem Muttaqi

Dr Muttaqi received his BSc in Electrical and Electronic Engineering degree from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), Bangladesh in 1993. He then received MEng in Science degree from the University of Malaya (UM), Malaysia in 1997 and received his PhD from Multimedia University (MMU), Malaysia in 2001.
From 1996 to 1997, Dr. Muttaqi worked as an Electrical Executive for KTA Tenaga (Consulting Engineers) in Malaysia and then worked for Multimedia University, Malaysia as a Lecturer from 1997 to 2000.
Dr Muttaqi was associated with the Queensland University of Technology, Australia as a Research Fellow/Visiting Fellow from 2000 to 2002, and the University of Tasmania, Australia as a Research Fellow/Lecturer/Senior Lecturer from 2002 to 2007. In recognition of his skills in the sphere of teaching and learning, Dr Muttaqi was awarded a 'Teaching Merit Certificate' in 2004 from the University of Tasmania.
Dr Muttaqi worked as the Deputy-Director of the Centre for Renewable Energy and Power systems (CREPS) at the University of Tasmania before he joined the University of Wollongong as Associate Professor
Field of Study: Electrical Power Engineering/Renewable and Distributed Power Generation
Professional Activities and Affiliations:
• Member of Management Advisory Committee, Endeavour Energy Power Quality & Reliability Centre
• Senior Member of IEEE
• Member of the IEEE/PES
• Member of the IEEE/IAS
Current Research Students:
• Mollah Alam : Response Characterisation of Renewable and Distributed Energy Resources in a Smart Grid
• Hamid Teymour Ghasemabadi : A Multi-level Neutral Point Clamped Inverter for Grid Connected Distributed Renewable Energy Resources
• Jan Alam : Grid Integration of Renewable Energy Resources for Network Support.
• Sk. Razibul Islam : Emergency Control of Catastrophic Disturbances of a Power System
• Dothinka Ranamuka Rallage : Impact of distributed generation on voltage regulation in distribution networks
• Md Abu Abdullah : Climate Change Adaptation in Electricity Infrastructure with Renewable Energy Resources.
• Yin Chin Choo : Small Signal Stability Analysis for a Turbine-Generator Unit Connected to an HVDC System
• Dao Hoang Vu : Limitations of Wind Power Penetration in Electricity Grid Systems.
• Yingjie Tan : Wind-solar Hybrid Remote Area Power Supply Systems
RESEARCH GRANTS*:
2012 RIBG, Pool 2, Experimental Platform for Solar Photovoltaic Integration, 2012, $95,000 ($75,000 from UOW + $15,000 from SBRC + $5,000 from EEPQRC).
2010 ARC Linkage Project, Integration of Solar, Wind and Storage Systems into Distribution Grids for Network Support, 2010-2012, $570,000, ($420,000 from ARC and $150,000 from Collaborating Organisation).
2010 RIBG, Pool 2, Experimental Platform for Hybridisation of Renewable Energy Resources, 2010, $68,000 ($61,000 from UOW + $5000 from EEPQRC).
2008 URC Research Partnerships Grants Scheme, Agent-Based Simulation for Catastrophic Disturbances in a Distributed Power Grid System, 2008-2009, $70,000, ($20,000 from University of Wollongong + $50,000 from Collaborating Organisation)
2008 RIBG, Pool 2, Experimental Platform for Renewable Energy Generation, Integration and Utilisation, 2008-2009, $40,000 from the University of Wollongong.
2006 ARC Linkage Project, On-line Monitoring and Modelling of Electric Loads for Improving Operational Conditions of Power Systems (2007-2009), $ 456,000 ($306,000 from ARC + $150,000 from Collaboring Organisation).
2006 ARC Linkage Project, Hybrid Remote Area Power Systems with Hydrogen Energy Storage for Isolated and Regional Communities (2006-2008), $ 462,000 ($312,000 from ARC + $150,000 from Collaborating Organisation).
2005 ARC Discovery Project, Optimising Control of Hydroelectric Turbines Subject to Basslink Instability (2006-2008), $91,064 from ARC.
2004 ARC Linkage Project, Integration of distributed and renewable power generation into electricity grid systems (2005-2007), $247,914 ($172,914 from ARC + $75,000 from Collaborating Organisation).
* The grants have other Chief Investigators from UOW or outside of UOW.

Positions

Present School of Electrical, Computer and Telecommunications Engineering, Faculty of Informatics, University of Wollongong
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Contact Information

Phone: +61 2 4421 3413
Fax: +61 2 4421 3236
Email: kashem@uow.edu.au
Room: 35.G41


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