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EECE gets ETAP Power Simulation Software Licenses

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Electrical Enginering Faculty gets ETAP Power Simulation Software Licenses

Electrical Engineering Assistant Professor, Dr. Farzad Ferdowsi, has acquired ETAP Power Software Simulation Licenses. ETAP Digital Twin represents virtual models of a real-world power system under various physical and operational conditions. Dr. Ferdowsi joined the EECE Department in August of 2018. 

His research Interests includes

• Real-time analysis of power system stability and control
• Simulation and analysis of power electronic-based components in power systems
• Power converters design, integration, control, and hardware implementation
• Operational resilience enhancement in power and energy systems
• Cyber-Physical security in power systems

More information about ETAP can be found at