Dr. M. (Milos) Cvetkovic



Milos Cvetkovic is an Assistant Professor at TU Delft. He received the B.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Belgrade, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA. Before joining TU Delft, he was a Postdoctoral Researcher at MIT, Cambridge, USA.


Milos is working on research challenges of renewable energy integration. He is interested in modeling and control of engineering and economic processes for easier integration of renewable generation and flexible demand. He is fond of combining mathematical methods with numerical simulations. He has strong knowledge of control theory and optimizations. 
He is currently involved with the following projects: 
EASY-RES - Ancillary services for distributed renewable generation 
AMS-Flex - Flexibility sharing platform for urban areas 
HaPSISH - Multi-energy systems in industrial parks 
Co-simulations of Power Systems 
Digital Twin for Power System Operations 
Ultra-Fast Fault Detection
He is teaching an MSc course on Co-simulation of Energy Systems and a BSc course on Sustainable Energy Supply.

Bekijk de publicaties in Pure
2017 - EPO-1: De Beukende Bas
2016 - Duurzame Energievoorziening
2017 - Duurzame Energievoorziening
2017 - Internship EWEM
2017 - Extra Project (max. 15EC)
2018 - Extra Project (max. 15EC)
2018 - Internship EWEM
2017 - Duurzame Energievoorziening
2018 - Duurzame Energievoorziening
2018 - Duurzame Energievoorziening
2019 - Duurzame Energievoorziening
2019 - Duurzame Energievoorziening
2019 - Internship EWEM
2020 - Co-simulation of Energy Systems
2019 - Co-simulation of Energy Systems
2018 - Co-simulation of Energy Systems
2020 - Duurzame Energievoorziening
2020 - Duurzame Energievoorziening