PowerLab Research Group, METU

PowerLab is a research group in Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering in METU, Ankara. The group is also affiliated with ODTÜ-GÜNAM, RÜZGEM and ROMER. The main research areas of the group are:

  • Design of Electrical Machines
  • Renewable Energy
  • Power Electronics
  • Power Quality
  • Smart Grids
  • High Voltage

Power Lab seeks motivated graduate and undergraduate students that would like to work in power systems, power electronics and electric machines area. For more information please contact one of the team members.

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Latest News

May 2024

Prof. Ali Abur from Northeastern University gave a seminar about Facilitating Monitoring of Distribution Systems Via Machine Learning Assisted Robust Scalable State and Topology Estimation on May 22nd.

May 2024

Prof. Hsiao-Dong Chiang from Cornell University gave a seminar about "Optimal Power Flow Technology for Power Systems" on May 3rd.

March 2024

Assist. Prof. Emine Bostancı conducted third powerlab seminar of the spring semester about an overview of electric vehicles.

March 2024

Visited researcher and Ph.D. Candidate at Aalborg University Vahid Safavi conducted a seminar about early prediction of battery remaining useful life Using CNN-XGBoost model and coati optimization algorithm.

February 2024

Ph.D. Ulaş Karaağaç conducted a seminar about European Supergrid plan and investment options.

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