Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Green Park, 412
91, Aglantzias Ave.
Mathaios Panteli holds an Assistant Professor position within the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Cyprus, since January 2021. Prior to joining UCY, he was a Lecturer at the Power and Energy Division of The University of Manchester, serving as the Deputy Lead of the Sustainable Energy Systems research cluster. His academic qualifications include an M.Eng. degree from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, in 2009, and a Ph.D. degree in Electrical Power Engineering from The University of Manchester, U.K., in 2013. Through his academic career, Mathaios has successfully developed a multi-million research portfolio, attracting funding from research councils, industry, and European Commission. He has published over 60 research articles in high-impact peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings, and he delivered several invited presentations in panel sessions of international conferences, industrial and policymaking organizations. Mathaios has collaborated with and consulted EU and international organizations, including ENTSO-E, The World Bank, and International Institute for Environment and Development. Mathaios is an IEEE Senior Member, an IET Chartered Engineer (CEng), the co-chair of the CIGRE WG C4.47 “Power System Resilience”, an invited member of multiple IEEE and CIGRE working groups, and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (UK).
Selected research and impact highlights include:
- Leader of the product “Regional Storage Coordination Centre” for the South-Eastern European interconnected system for ensuring system stability and enabling the coordinated, regional grid integration of renewable energy sources (EU-funded CROSSBOW project - 2020).
- Open-source integrated water-energy simulators and optimizers for hydropower and renewable planning in multi-resource river basins, including applications in Africa and Asia (UK ESRC-funded FutureDAMS project - 2020)
- Techno-economic assessment of UK National Grid’s future energy scenarios, including penetration of renewable energy sources, hydrogen and electrification of heating and transportation (NGET-funded Forward Resilience Measures project, 2020)
- Technical, policy, and regulatory frameworks and consultancy services to Sarawak Alternative Rural Electrification Scheme in Malaysia, including off-grid and grid-connected renewable microgrids and national sustainable planning (UK EPSRC-funded TERSE project, 2019)
- Recipient of the 2018 Newton Prize for demonstrating excellence in research, innovation, and impact of his work on developing robust low-carbon energy pathways for Chile and the wider Latin American region.
- Academic consultant in the industrial-led UK Energy Research Partnership on policy and regulatory recommendations for the resilience of UK national infrastructure to future energy and cross-sectoral decarbonization scenarios (2018)
- Integration of renewable energy sources, both grid-connected and off-grid renewable microgrids
- Techno-economic reliability, resilience and flexibility assessment and planning of future low-carbon energy pathways under uncertainty, including impacts of climate change
- Optimization and data-driven machine learning techniques applied to power systems
- Integrated modeling, analysis, and planning of co-dependent critical infrastructures
- Bloomfield, H. C., et al., “The Importance of Weather and Climate to Energy Systems: A Workshop on Next Generation Challenges in Energy–Climate Modelling”, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 102 (1), January 2021
- Jose M. Gonzalez, et al, "Spatial and sectoral benefit distribution in water-energy system design", Applied Energy, vol. 269, July 2020
- Moreno et al., "From Reliability to Resilience: Planning the Grid Against the Extremes," in IEEE Power and Energy Magazine, vol. 18, no. 4, pp. 41-53, July-Aug. 2020
- Zhou, M. Panteli, B. Wang, and P. Mancarella, “Quantifying the System-Level Resilience of Thermal Power Generation to Extreme Temperatures and Water Scarcity”, IEEE Systems Journal, vol. 14, no. 1, pp. 749-759, March 2020
- A. Martinez Cesena, N. Good, M. Panteli, J. Mutale, and P. Mancarella, “Flexibility in Sustainable Electricity Systems: Multi-vector and Multi-sector Nexus Perspectives”, IEEE Electrification Magazine, Vol. 7, no. 2, June 2019
- Zhao, E. A. Martinez Cesena, A. Parisio, M. Panteli, and J. Milanovic, “Towards Optimal Management and Control of Virtual Storage Plants for Flexible Operation in Future Power Networks”, 2019 IEEE PES Grand Transmission and Distribution
- A. Martinez Cesena, M. Panteli, J. Mutale, P. Mancarella, J. Tomlinson, and J. J. Harou, “Integrated Energy-Water Model for Interdependent Storage, Run-of-River and Pump Hydropower”, IEEE PowerTech 2019 conference, June 2019
- Zhou, M. Panteli, R. Moreno, and P. Mancarella, “System-Level Assessment of Reliability and Resilience Provision from Microgrids”, Applied Energy, Vol. 230, November 2018
- Panteli, P. Mancarella, D. N. Trakas, E. Kyriakides, and N. D. Hatziargyriou, “Metrics and Quantification of Operational and Infrastructure Resilience in Power Systems”, IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, vol. 32, no. 6, November 2017
- Panteli, D. N. Trakas, P. Mancarella, and N. D. Hatziargyriou, “Power Systems Resilience Assessment: Hardening and Smart Operational Enhancement Strategies”, Proceedings of the IEEE, vol. 105, no. 7, pp. 1202-1213, July 2017