2022 - Research.com Engineering and Technology in Australia Leader Award
2017 - Fellow of the International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC)
2009 - SIAM Fellow For contributions to the stability analysis and control of dynamical systems.
David J. Hill focuses on Control theory, Electric power system, Pediatrics, Allergy and Food allergy. His Control theory study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Control engineering. His Electric power system study combines topics in areas such as Electrical network, Voltage regulation, Voltage, Fault and Transient.
David J. Hill works mostly in the field of Pediatrics, limiting it down to topics relating to Asthma and, in certain cases, Odds ratio, as a part of the same area of interest. David J. Hill combines subjects such as Risk factor and Atopic dermatitis with his study of Allergy. His Control theory study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Control system and Synchronization.
His primary scientific interests are in Control theory, Electric power system, Polymer chemistry, Nonlinear system and Polymer. Control theory is closely attributed to Control engineering in his research. His Electric power system research integrates issues from Mathematical optimization, Transient and Voltage.
His research in Polymer chemistry intersects with topics in Copolymer, Polymerization, Radical, Radiolysis and Chemical engineering. His research on Radical frequently links to adjacent areas such as Photochemistry. His biological study focuses on Nonlinear control.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Control theory, Electric power system, Power, Voltage and Mathematical optimization. His Control theory research incorporates themes from AC power and Transient. AC power is closely attributed to Control in his study.
His Electric power system research incorporates elements of Stability, Reliability engineering, Control engineering, Network topology and Renewable energy. He combines topics linked to Energy storage with his work on Renewable energy. The Voltage study combines topics in areas such as Distributed generation and Flexibility.
David J. Hill mainly focuses on Electric power system, Control theory, Mathematical optimization, Power and Anxiety. His Electric power system study combines topics in areas such as Stability, Reliability engineering, Electricity market and Renewable energy. His Stability study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Control engineering.
His studies deal with areas such as Wind power and AC power as well as Control theory. His Mathematical optimization research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Convergence, Computation, Energy management and Dynamic load testing. David J. Hill has researched Anxiety in several fields, including Distress and Depression.
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Definition and classification of power system stability IEEE/CIGRE joint task force on stability terms and definitions
P. Kundur;J. Paserba;V. Ajjarapu;G. Andersson.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2004)
Why children start smoking cigarettes: predictors of onset.
Karen M. Conrad;Brian R. Flay;David Hill.
The stability of nonlinear dissipative systems
D. Hill;P. Moylan.
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control (1976)
Short-Term Residential Load Forecasting Based on LSTM Recurrent Neural Network
Weicong Kong;Zhao Yang Dong;Youwei Jia;David J. Hill.
IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid (2019)
Bone marrow-derived stem cells initiate pancreatic regeneration.
David Hess;Li Li;Matthew Martin;Matthew Martin;Seiji Sakano.
Nature Biotechnology (2003)
Stability and L2-gain analysis for switched delay systems: A delay-dependent method
Xi-Ming Sun;Jun Zhao;David J. Hill.
On stability, L2-gain and H∞ control for switched systems
Jun Zhao;David J. Hill.
Dissipative Dynamical Systems: Basic Input-Output and State Properties
David J. Hill;Peter J. Moylan.
Journal of The Franklin Institute-engineering and Applied Mathematics (1980)
Design issues in adaptive control
R.H. Middleton;G.C. Goodwin;D.J. Hill;D.Q. Mayne.
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control (1988)
A Structure Preserving Model for Power System Stability Analysis
A.R. Bergen;D.J. Hill.
IEEE Transactions on Power Apparatus and Systems (1981)
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