Rupamathi Jaddivada




Marija Ilić

Research Project Description:
I am presently working on the distributed simulation of power system dynamics, being implemented in Smart Grid in the Room Simulator (SGRS). I make use of time scale separation and other numerical algorithms with adaptive time step control to decrease the simulation time for transient stability studies, which perhaps can be used for any other type of power system studies as well.

Apart from this, I am also working on the modeling of power system components in such a way that it can reduce the communication rate between the sub systems, both for simulation and control purposes.

Research Interests: Modeling and simulation of power system dynamics, non-linear controllers applied to power systems, optimization in energy networks, voltage stability


Conference Proceedings:
M. Hadi Amini, Rupamathi Jaddivada, Sakshi Mishra, Orkun Karabasoglu, “Distributed Security Constrained Economic Dispatch”, IEEE Innovative Smart Grid Technologies - Asia (ISGT ASIA), Bangkok, Thailand, November 2015

Rupamathi Jaddivada, “Optimal SVC Placement using Genetic Algorithm”, Clemson University Power Systems Conference, Clemson, USA, March 2016 (Submitted)


First prize in the National level Mathematics Examination, Srinivasa Ramanujan Mathematics Competition, March 2014
Best paper award in the Technical symposium conducted by Jawaharlal Technological University, sponsored by IEEE, Jan 2013

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M.S. Jan 2015 – Dec 2015
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, USA
B.Tech., July 2010- May 2014
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
G. Narayanamma Institute of Technology
and Science
Hyderabad, India