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Saeed Anwar

Status in CURENT:

Saeed Anwar is a Ph.D. student at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in Electrical Engineering, with an anticipated graduation date of 2018. 

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 Biographic Info:

Hometown: Dhaka

Country: Bangladesh

Office Location: 322 Min H. Kao Building

Email: sanwar@vols.utk.edu

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Daniel Costinett

 

Academic Background:

The University of Akron, Akron, OH

M.S. in Electrical Engineering

Graduation Year: 2014

Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), Bangladesh

B.S. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Graduation Year: 2011

 Research Interests:

Electric and hybrid vehicle, Soft switching techniques, Digital control of power electronic converters


Publications:

[1]. S. Anwar, A. Elrayyah and Y. Sozer, "Efficient Single Phase Harmonics Elimination Method for Microgrids Operating in Grid Connected or Standalone Modes", accepted for publication in IEEE Industry Applications Society (IAS).

[2]. S. Anwar, A. Elrayyah and Y. Sozer, "Efficient Single Phase Power Factor Improvement Strategy for Microgrid Operation", in Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition (APEC 2014), pp. 972-977, March 2014.

[3]. M. Badawy, N. Arafat, S. Anwar, A. Ahmed, Y. Sozer and P. Yi, "Design and Implementation of a 75 KW Mobile Charging System for Electric Vehicles", in IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE 2013), pp. 1610-1616, Sept. 2013.

[4]. S. Anwar, A. Elrayyah and Y. Sozer, "Harmonics Elimination and Distribution Using Decentralized Control for Microgrid Applications", in IEEE Energy Tech, pp. 1-6, May 2013.

[5]. M. Arafat, S. Anwar and Y. Sozer, "Harmonics Reduction Technique in Renewable Energy Interfacing Grid Connected Voltage Source Inverter", in University Clean Energy Alliance of Ohio (UCEAO), April. 2012.

[6]. M.S. Islam, M.R.K. Akanda, S. Anwar and A. Shahriar, "Analysis of resistances and transconductance of SiC MESFET considering fabrication parameters and mobility as a function of temperature," in 6th International Conference on Electrical & Computer Engineering (ICECE), pp. 5 - 8, Dec. 2010.