Electrical, Electronics, Telecommunications and naval Engineering
University of Genova
Matteo Saviozzi was born in Savona (Italy) in 1987. He received a master’s degree in Mathematics from the University of Genova (Genova, Italy) in 2012. In the same university, he completed a Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering in 2017 with the thesis “Distributed Energy: Resources: Strategies for the Management of Uncertainties in the Future Electric System”. During the Ph.D. he has spent six months at the Department of Civil Environmental and Architectural Engineering (CEAE) at the University of Colorado in Boulder (US), focusing on optimization algorithms and building thermal modeling. In addition, he has been a visiting researcher at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow (UK), working on the European Project “DERri – Distributed Energy Resources research infrastructure” for the design and the implementation of an algorithm for the intelligent load management.
He is currently a Research Fellow (RTD-A) with the Department of Electrical, Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, and Naval Architecture of the University of Genova.
He is the author of more than 30 publications in international journals and conferences. The main field of his research is related to the study, the implementation, and the effects of the penetration of the distributed generation, from renewable and conventional resources, in the distribution network, and to the management of energy consumption. In particular, his principal interests are optimization algorithms, distribution management systems, forecasting of load/renewable energy resources, load modeling, load/energy management, building modeling and control, artificial intelligence methods, data mining, big data, probabilistic security assessment. All these topics are strongly connected to his mathematical background.
Dr. Saviozzi is currently a member of CIGRE’ Working Group C6/C2.34 “Flexibility Provision from Distributed Energy Resources”.
The main field of research is related to the study, the implementation and the effects of the penetration of the distributed generation, from renewable and conventional resources, in the distribution networks and to the management of the energy consumption. In particular, my principal interests are optimization algorithms, distribution management systems, forecasting of load/renewable energy resources, load modelling, load/energy management, buildings modelling and control, and probabilistic security assessment.