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Apel Mahmud is currently working as a Professor in Electronic and Electrical Engineering. Prior to joining Flinders University, he worked as an Associate Professor in Electrical Engineering at Northumbria University Newcastle, UK from October 2021 to March 2024. At Northumbria, he was also the Head of Electrical Engineering. Prior to joining Northumbria, he worked as a Senior Lecturer (from January 2018 to October 2021) and Lecturer (from March 2015 to December 2017) in Electrical & Renewable Energy Engineering at Deakin University, Australia. He also worked as a Lecturer in Electrical & Electronic Engineering at Swinburne University of Technology (from August 2013 to March 2015), a Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne (from January 2013 to July 2013), and a research publication fellow at the University of New South Wales.

In the UK, he has been a part of a £1.85 million research project on the virtual power plant funded by the EPSRC. In Australia, he has been successful in obtaining seven externally funded projects, which attracted more than AUD12.6 million in total.

So far, he published around 300 research articles, including around 130 high quality journal papers. His research interests include nonlinear control of power electronic interfaces for renewable energy applications, power system dynamics (modeling, stability, and control), power system fault analysis for bushfire mitigation, microgrids (AC, DC, and hybrid AC/DC), grid integration of renewable energy sources (small- and large-scale solar and wind), transactive energy management and optimization for microgrids, mmart metering and smart grid data analytics, energy storage systems (small- and large-scale), and nonlinear control theory and applications.

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