The smart grid lab at GJU is established in 2018 and includes a research team that focuses on smart grid topics to conduct several research topics. The research group works in three areas: energy management and renewable energy systems, storage systems and electric vehicles, smart sensors, and precision devices.
- Innovative Peer to Peer Electricity Sharing Towards the Development of Smart and Cooperative Microgrids (IAPP18-19\163), [March 2019 – September 2021].
- Decarbonizing Jordanian Energy Systems Utilizing Smart Solutions based on Energy Storage (DJES), [May 2021- March 2023].
- Digital Twin Software to Control Part of Jordanian Electrical Networks with Considering the Cyber-Security Aspect (DTSA), [April 2021- April 2023
- Advanced Teaching and training on Smart grid & Grid Integration of Renewable Energy Systems (AT-SGIRES)
- Modeling and Simulation Distributed Energy Resources in Smart Grid: Management and Optimization.
- Development of Higher Education Teaching Modules on the Socio-economic Impacts of the Renewable Energy Implementation.
- Development Of Environmental Engineering Courses And Injection Of Climate Change Concept For Undergraduate Curriculum.
a. Energy management and renewable energy Systems research:
- Business Model of Peer-to-Peer Energy Trading: A Review of Literature
- Stochastic Procurement of Fast Reserve Services in Renewable Integrated Power Systems.
- An integrated framework for sizing and energy management of hybrid energy systems using finite automata.
- Optimization of Fuzzy Energy-Management System for Grid-Connected Microgrid Using NSGA-II.
- ESCoBox : A Set of Tools for Mini-Grid Sustainability in the Developing World.
- Introduction to the special section on the integration of renewable energy with the power grid (VSI-irep).
- Stability analysis of connected large-scale renewable energy sources into Jordanian national power grid.
- Small Wind Turbine Blade Design and Optimization.
- Competencies of Fault Ride Through in Microgrid Modeling: A Case Study," 2021 IEEE Jordan International Joint Conference on Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (JEEIT)
b. Smart sensors and micro-devices research:
- Experimental characterization of inkjet-printed stretchable circuits for wearable sensor applications.
- Performance enhancement of the synchronous micropump based on experimental and numerical investigations of the magnetic field flux density in planar microcoils.
- Spiral microchannels with trapezoidal cross-section fabricated by femtosecond laser ablation in glass for the inertial separation of microparticles.
Smart Grid Lab Team
- Prof. Ala'aldeen Al-Halhouli
- Dr. Hani Muhsen
- Dr. Makawi Diab Hraiz
- Eng. Musab Hamdan
- Eng. Mohammed Al-Mahmodi
- Eng. Asma Alkhraibat