2016 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to power system modeling and simulation
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mathematical optimization, Control theory, Electric power system, Voltage and Stability. His Mathematical optimization research incorporates elements of Bidding, Power-flow study and Sensitivity. His work carried out in the field of Control theory brings together such families of science as Wind power, Microgrid and Decentralised system.
His studies in Electric power system integrate themes in fields like Renewable energy, Toolbox, Fossil fuel and Continuation. His Voltage research includes themes of Set, Transient, Robustness and Bifurcation. His study in Stability is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Electricity generation, Time domain and Differential algebraic equation.
His main research concerns Electric power system, Control theory, Transmission system, Automatic frequency control and Control engineering. Electric power system and Inertia are two areas of study in which Federico Milano engages in interdisciplinary work. As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Control theory, focusing on Stability and, on occasion, Differential algebraic equation.
His Transmission system study typically links adjacent topics like Transient stability analysis. Federico Milano works mostly in the field of Synchronous motor, limiting it down to topics relating to Frequency divider and, in certain cases, Phasor, as a part of the same area of interest. Federico Milano is studying AC power, which is a component of Voltage.
Federico Milano mainly focuses on Electric power system, Control theory, Automatic frequency control, Transmission system and Stability. He interconnects Stochastic process, Control engineering, Energy storage, Eigenvalues and eigenvectors and Renewable energy in the investigation of issues within Electric power system. Control engineering connects with themes related to Stability in his study.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Turbine and Transient. His work carried out in the field of Automatic frequency control brings together such families of science as Wind power, Electrical grid, Electronic engineering, Transient response and Robustness. As a member of one scientific family, Federico Milano mostly works in the field of Transmission system, focusing on Voltage and, on occasion, Set.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Electric power system, Control theory, Automatic frequency control, Transmission system and Stability. His Electric power system study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Voltage, Stability, Control theory, Energy storage and Eigenvalues and eigenvectors. His studies in Voltage integrate themes in fields like Control engineering, Reliability engineering, Test and Emphasis.
Federico Milano integrates Control theory with Inertia in his research. His Automatic frequency control study incorporates themes from Electrical grid, Frequency divider, Transient response and Electronic engineering. Federico Milano has researched Stability in several fields, including Control delay, Compensation and Nonlinear system.
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An open source power system analysis toolbox
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2005)
Power System Modelling and Scripting
Foundations and Challenges of Low-Inertia Systems (Invited Paper)
Federico Milano;Florian Dorfler;Gabriela Hug;David J. Hill.
power systems computation conference (2018)
Securing Transient Stability Using Time-Domain Simulations Within an Optimal Power Flow
R. Zarate-Minano;T. Van Cutsem;F. Milano;A.J. Conejo.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2010)
Continuous Newton's Method for Power Flow Analysis
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2009)
Impact of Time Delays on Power System Stability
F. Milano;M. Anghel.
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I-regular Papers (2012)
Multiobjective optimization for pricing system security in electricity markets
F. Milano;C.A. Canizares;M. Invernizzi.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2003)
Congestion management ensuring voltage stability
A.J. Conejo;F. Milano;R. Garcia-Bertrand.
power and energy society general meeting (2008)
Locational marginal price sensitivities
A.J. Conejo;E. Castillo;R. Minguez;F. Milano.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2005)
An Open Source Power System Virtual Laboratory: The PSAT Case and Experience
F. Milano;L. Vanfretti;J.C. Morataya.
IEEE Transactions on Education (2008)
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