Dr Elizabeth Ratnam

FERL Fellow, Lecturer
BEng (Hons I) and PhD in Electrical Engineering
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Dr Ratnam earned the BEng (Hons I) degree in Electrical Engineering in 2006, and the PhD degree in Electrical Engineering in 2016, from the University of Newcastle, Australia. She subsequently held postdoctoral research positions with the Center for Energy Research at the University of California San Diego, and at the University of California Berkeley in the California Institute for Energy and Environment. During 2001–2012 she held various positions at Ausgrid, a utility that operates one of the largest electricity distribution networks in Australia. Dr Ratnam currently holds a Future Engineering Research Leader (FERL) Fellowship from the Australian National University (ANU) and she joined the Research School of Engineering at ANU as a research fellow and lecturer in 2018. Her research interests are in developing new paradigms to control distribution networks with a strong focus on creating a resilient carbon neutral power grid. 

ENGN 3223/6223 Control Systems 2019

ENGN 8625 Advanced Power Systems 2020

Distribution networks, microgrids, battery storage integration, microPMUs, control and optimization

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PhD Student

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PhD Student

2019, 2020 HDR Convenor Energy

2019 School Review Committee

Global Connection Fund - Bridging Grant

Streaming Big Data Analytics for the Smart Grid

$50k from 2018-2019 Partner: PingThings

https://cecs.anu.edu.au/staff/global-connection-fu...

 

Global Research Partnerships scheme (2019-2020)

Supporting travel to and from ANU to Berkeley ($40k) – lead CI.

Project partners include UC Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, and industry partner Helia.

 

 

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