Fractal Grid’s PhD students have been recruited

Welcome to Yousra and Giovanni !

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Giovanni Muratore obtained a Bachelor in Electrical Engineering from the University of Palermo in 2013 with a final grade of 110/110 with honors. This was associated with an internship at Future Fit Product Engineering in Barcelona on the development of a motorization circuit for a self-powered parking bollard. He graduated then in 2015 in Electrical Engineering at Politecnico di Torino with a final grade 110/110 with honors. At the same time he completed the master in Electrical Power Systems at the Grenoble Institute of Technology ENSE3, associated with an internship at CAPSIM in Aix-en-Provence where he worked on the development and validation of dynamics models for systems driven by  induction motors. From 2016 he joined the PERSEE center (center for processes, renewable energies and energy systems) for a PhD program within the frame of Fractal Grid project. His main research interests include Power System modelling and Energy Eystems.
He works on multi-scale modelling approach for the management of future power systems.


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Yousra Sidqi received the B.Sc. in Electronic Engineering in 2015 and the M.Sc. in Control and Systems theory in 2016, both from the University of Grenoble, France. In 2015, as part of her Bachelor, she joined the safety and risk management research team in the same University to work on the quantitative analysis of dynamic fault trees. This internship gave her a taste for research, which made her join the automatic control research department for a five month project in 2016. The topic of this project involved the Glaciology lab, located in Grenoble as well, as it aim was to model the thermal diffusion in polar firns for climate changes studies.
Yousra decided to explore a whole new area when she joined in September 2016 the Fractal Grid research project as a PhD student, where she will work on the fractal analysis of smart grids.

She works on fractal analysis and planning for smart grids.