Areas of interest:
Analysis, planning, operation and economics in electric power systems.
Enrique Lobato Miguélez obtained the “Ingeniero Industrial” and “Doctor Ingeniero Industrial” degrees from Universidad Pontificia Comillas (ICAI) of Madrid in 1998 and 2002 respectively. He is Associate Professor in the School of Engineering of Universidad Pontificia Comillas. He has extensive teaching experience in various fields (Physics, Electromagnetic Fields, Circuits, Electrical Engineering, Analysis and Control of Electric Power Systems) within the graduate and postgraduate degrees in Industrial Engineering. He has been Head of the Course on Power System Operation jointly developed with Red Eléctrica de España in the period 2007-2011 and Director of the Master on Electrical Tecnhnology jointly developed with Endesa in the period 2011-2014.Professor Lobato develops his research activities at the Institute of Research in Tecnology(IIT) where he has participated in several national and international research and consulting projects for different private companies and official organizations. The main research areas and results are: power system operation (2 PhD, 11 JCR papers, 2 tools for Red Eléctrica de España company), electricity markets (1 PhD, 3 JCR papers, different optimal supply planning models of electrical markets for Viesgo company), frequency-power control (1 PhD, 3 JCR papers), control of renewable energy sources (1 PhD, 7 JCR publications, Eolo annual innovation prize in May 2016 awarded by the AEE Wind Enterprise Association), application of storage devices in electrical systems (2 JCR publications, 2 models of optimal battery management in self-consumption applications, generation and network support for Naturgy company) and sustainability of island electrical systems (1 book, 5 JCR publications, two planning models for isolated Spanish electricity systems for the company Endesa). He has made short research stays at Energy Control Center of Sophya University in Tokyo (Japan), and the Energy Research Center (ERC) of University College Dublin (Ireland).