Über den Autor
Dr. Ali is currently with School of Engineering and Technology, CQUniversity, Australia. He received his PhD in Information Technology from Clayton School of Information Technology, Monash University. His research interests include Computational Intelligence, Data Mining, Smart Grid, Cloud Computing and Biomedical Engineering. In particular, he is currently leading in a research group on Computational Intelligence. He has published more than 112 research papers in international journals and conferences, most of them are IEEE/ELSEVIER journals/conferences, such as IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, WSEAS Transactions on Information Science and Applications, Journal of Medical Systems, Springer, Renewable Energy, ELSEVIER. He has also published several book chapters and books. His Data Mining book is being used as text in more than two dozen of universities around the Globe. Currently he is editing another book on Application of Computational Intelligence. Dr. Ali has chaired many conferences including DMAI, NSS, ICDKE and ISDA. He has been a program committee member for about 40 international conferences such as IEEE TrustCom, IEEE ICCIT, IEEE/ACIS, IEEE ICARCV and IEEE AINA. Currently he is the editor-in-chief for International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Sciences and Engineering (IJETSE), Canada. He is an IEEE Senior Member. Dr. Ali has received a couple of awards including the Post Graduation Publication Award, Monash University, 2004, the Excellence in Supervision Award, CQUniversity, 2007 and the Top 10 Course Designers, CQUniversity, 2010.
Traditional Power Grid.- Smart Grid- Opportunities, Developments and Trends.- Renewable Energy Production.- Energy Storage and Load Management.- Maintain Power Quality.- Keeping Minimum Power Loss.- Smart Meter and Real time billing.- Monitoring Grid.- Cyber Security.- Smart Grid Optimization.- Smart Grid Database Management.- Sensor Applications in Smart Grid.
A Smart Grid delivers renewable energy as a main source of electricity from producers to consumers using two-way monitoring through Smart Meter technology that can remotely control consumer electricity use. This can help to storage excess energy; reduce costs, increase reliability and transparency, and make processes more efficiently. Smart Grids: Opportunities, Developments, and Trends discusses advances in Smart Grid in today's dynamic and rapid growing global economical and technological environments.
Current development in the field are systematically explored with an introduction, detailed discussion and an experimental demonstration. Each chapter also includes the future scope and ongoing research for each topic. Smart Grids: Opportunities, Developments, and Trends provides up to date knowledge, research results, and innovations in Smart Grids spanning design, implementation, analysis and evaluation of Smart Grid solutions to the challenging problems in all areas of power industry.
Providing a solid foundation for graduate and postgraduate students, this thorough approach also makes Smart Grids: Opportunities, Developments, and Trends a useful resource and hand book for researchers and practitioners in Smart Grid research. It can also act as a guide to Smart Grids for industry professionals and engineers from different fields working with Smart Grids.