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  • Ph.D. (1989)

    electrical engineering

    , Manchester, England

  • M.Sc. (1988)

    electrical engineering

    , Manchester, England

  • B.Sc. (1980)

    electrical engineering

    , Shiraz university,

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    Hossein Seifi was born in ShirazIran (1957). He received his B.Sc. from Shiraz University in 1980, and his M.SC. and Ph.D. both from UMIST (U.K.) in 1987 and 1989, respectively. Since 1989, he has been with TMU (Tarbiat Modares University), TehranIran where he is currently a full professor. During this period, he has had major contribution in developing postgraduate studies for the first time in Iran and supervising more than 72 MSc and 29 PhD students while at the same time, he has had several important responsibilities such as Head of Faculty of Engineering and Vice-chancellor in Research Affairs of the University. In 1995 he was with ABB Network Partner (Switzerland) during sabbatical leave. He also acted as the chief advisor for the Ministry of Energy (The holding company, Tavanir Co.), Iran, and managed several national projects for the Iranian power grid. His research interests are electricity planning, operation, market and dynamics of power systems. He is the founder and currently the head of Iran Power System Engineering Research Center (IPSERC), affiliated to Tarbiat-modares University. He is the main author of the book ?Electric Power System Planning, Issues, Algorithms and Solutions, published by Springer in 2011, used worldwide as a textbook for postgraduate students, as well as for the experts within electric utilities. Another book entitled as ?Model Validation for Power System Frequency Analysis is also published as a research monograph by Springer in 2018.

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    • 1. Outstanding Professor in the Country (top 10 among nearly 10000 in all disciplines), 1999.
    • 2. Outstanding Electric Power System Researcher in the Country, 2009.
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