Dr Mehran Motamed Ektesabi
PhD - Electical Engineering , Indian Institute of Technology, India; Master of Engineering - Electrical Engineering - Control , Indian Institute of Technology, India; Bachlore Degree - Electrical Engineering , KREC , India
- Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology
- School of Software and Electrical Engineering
- Department of Telecommunications, Electrical, Robotics and Biomedical Engineering
- ATC829 Hawthorn campus
Mehran Ektesabi has completed his Bachelor degree (1982), his Master degree (1984) and his PhD (1989) all in Electrical Engineering. He has more than 30 years experience in design & development of control and drive systems. He has two international patents in the field of Motor Control and winner of many national & international awards.
At present, he is with Faculty of Engineering and Industrial Sciences, in Swinburne University of Technology, Australia. He is an active member of IEEE, founder Chair of IEEE Vehicular Technology Society (VTS) Victorian Chapter and Consular of IEEE branch in Swinburne. He is executive editor, editor & reviewer of many national & international reputed Journals & Conferences.
His major areas of expertise and research are Power Electronics, Electric Motor Control Systems, Power Quality Controllers, Energy Saving and Compatibility, Renewable Energy Systems, Intelligent and Autonomous Control, Soft Computing Adaptive Control and System Identification.
Internet of Things; Power System stability and control; Electric vehicle - Battery, Electric Power train, autonomous control and ITS Networked Robotics; Power Electronics, Electric Motor Control Systems, Power Quality Controllers,; Energy Saving and Compatibility, Renewable Energy Systems, Intelligent and Autonomous Control
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Principal Supervisor.
Available to supervise honours students.
Fields of Research
- Other Technology - 109900
- Simulation And Modelling - 080110
- Energy Generation, Conversion And Storage Engineering - 091305
Power System stability and control;Electric Vehicle Research;Electric vehicle - Battery, Electric Power train, autonomous control and ITS Networked Robotics;Power System stability and control;Sensors and actuators;Mechatronics System Design;Power Electronics;Project Supervision
- 2005, International, Patent â€œDrive system for motorized doorâ€, http://www.wipo.int/pctdb/en/wo.jsp?wo=2006005113, International Patent
- 2005, National, First prize winner - Victorian Engineering Excellence Award (Innovations ), Engineers Australia
- 2005, National, Finalist in Australian Engineering Excellence Award for 2005, Engineers Australia
- 2004, International, Patent â€œVariable speed electric motorsâ€, http://www.wipo.int/pctdb/en/wo.jsp?wo=2005043720, International Patent
- 2004, National, Patent â€œDrive system for motorized doorâ€, PCT Number PCT/AU2005/001003, Australian Patent
- 2003, National, Patent â€œVariable speed electric motorsâ€, PCT Number PCT/AU2004/001495, Australian Patent
- 1989, International, UNESCO - Young scientist Award , UNESCO
Also published as: Motamed Ektesabi, Mehran; Motamed Ektesabi, M.; Ektesabi, M.; Ektesabi, M. M.; Ektesabi, Mehran; Ektesabi, Mehran Motamed
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Recent research grants awarded
- 2018: Design, Analysis and Implementation of DC-DC Bidirectional Power Converters and their applications in EV or wind energy systems (Student Award Saman Asghari Gorji) *; Excellerate Australia
- 2014: Modular Electric Bus Driveline Systems *; AUTO CRC Modular Electric Bus Driveline Systems
- 2013: Induction motor - a suitable drive train for EV *; AUTO CRC Virtual Design and Manufacturing
- 2010: Electric vehicle control systems and power management (AutoCRC C2-801) *; CRC for Advanced Automotive Technology
- 2010: Electric vehicle drivetrain (AutoCRC C2-25) *; Auto CRC Electric Vehicle Drive Train
* Chief Investigator
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