Dr. N. Sisworahardjo is an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga where he conducts research in the areas of power distribution state estimation, detection of anomalous power consumption in power distribution networks, generating unit asset valuation, load forecasting, distributed generation (fuel cells & microturbine) modeling, distributed generation penetration, and post-disturbance network reconfiguration. His general research interest including smart grid, distributed generation, renewable/alternative energy, power systems operation, optimization, simulation, and planning. Dr. Sisworahardjo has authored 25 journal articles, conferences papers, and book chapters. These papers not only deal with his research interests but also related to engineering education. Prior to joining UTC, he was a Research Associate and Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of South Alabama. He conducted a study of the reliability of low power direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) system, model development of proton exchange membrane fuel cell (PEMFC), dynamic characteristics evaluation of PEMFC operation, and dynamic characteristics evaluation of low power portable fuel cell. He also taught various undergraduate and graduate courses at the University of South Alabama.
Areas of Interest
Dr. Sisworahardjo’s areas of interest are smart grid, distributed generation, renewable/alternative energy, power systems operation, optimization, simulation, and planning.
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