Milos Cvetkovic is an assistant professor at Delft University of Technology, in the Electrical Sustainable Energy department. He is a specialist in modeling and simulation of energy systems with a particular focus on the electricity grids. His research spans short term modeling and simulation for control and operation of energy systems to long term decision making models for planning purposes.
Before joining Delft University, Milos was a postdoctoral researcher at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, USA, where he developed new market mechanisms for engaging prosumers into electricity ecosystem. He obtained the PhD and MSc degrees from the Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, USA.
Milos is active in several Dutch national and European projects which have the focus on integrating more renewable energy into our electricity grids. Some of these projects develop smart controllers for renewable energy resources, others design new market mechanisms.
Assistant professor, Electrical Sustainable Energy department, Delft University of Technology
PhD, Electrical Engineering, Power Systems, Carnegie Mellon University
MSc, Electrical Engineering, Power Systems, Carnegie Mellon University
BSc, Electrical Engineering, Univerzitet u Beogradu