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Hanane Dagdougui
B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Mines ParisTech)

Research interests and affiliations

Research interests
  • Renewable energy (solar and wind)
  • Modelling, optimization and control of smart microgrids
  • Model predictive control applied to smart grids
  • Smart charging strategies for electric vehicles
  • Demand response algorithms applied to buildings
  • Centralized and decentralised control for microgrids
Expertise type(s) (NSERC subjects)
  • 2516 Energy conversion and distribution
  • 2956 Optimization and optimal control theory
  • 2960 Mathematical modelling


Recent publications
Dagdougui, H., Sacile, R., Bersani, C. & Ouammi, A. (2018). Hydrogen infrastructure for energy applications: production, storage, distribution and safety. Elsevier.
Journal article
Dagdougui, H., Ouammi, A. & Dessaint, L.A. (2018). Peak Load Reduction in a Smart Building Integrating Microgrid and V2B-Based Demand Response Scheme. IEEE Systems Journal, 9 pages. Retrieved from
Journal article
Bersani, C., Dagdougui, H., Ouammi, A. & Sacile, R. (2017). Distributed robust control of the power flows in a team of cooperating microgrids. IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, 25(4), 1473-1479. Retrieved from
Journal article
Dagdougui, H., Ouammi, A., Dessaint, L. & Sacile, R. (2016). Global energy management system for cooperative networked residential green buildings. IET Renewable Power Generation, 10(8), 1237-1244. Retrieved from