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Dufo López, Rodolfo

Department: Departamento de Ingeniería Eléctrica
Field: Ingeniería Eléctrica
Faculty: Escuela de Ingeniería y Arquitectura

Group: T28_17R: GESTIÓN ESTRATÉGICA DE LA ENERGÍA ELÉCTRICA

UNESCO codes
  • Transmisión y distribución
  • Distribución de energía
  • Generación de energía
  • Generadores de energía
  • Fuentes no convencionales de energía


Number of 6-year periods of research productivity evaluation
  • CNEAI research evaluation. 01/01/18
  • CNEAI research evaluation. 01/01/18

Academic position: Prof. Titular Univ.
Email: rdufo@unizar.es
ORCID number: 0000-0002-1490-6423
Research interests
  • Gestión técnica de los sistemas de energía eléctrica
  • Distribución de la energía eléctrica
  • Generación y almacenamiento de energía eléctrica

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Associate Professor of the University of Zaragoza in the Department of Electrical Engineering. University professor since 2004 (full time since 2010). 3 teaching quinquennials
More than 50 articles in journals with impact index JCR (More than half are Q1). More than 40 communications in congresses, most of them international. Co-author of 4 books and 7 book chapters. He has participated in 10 R+D+i projects (IP in 2 of them) and in 13 contracts. Author of a patent in operation (iHOGA software, web: https://ihoga.unizar.es/en/). Direction of 4 doctoral PhD theses, 4 final master's projects and 35 final degree projects.
He belongs to the research group "Strategic Management of Electrical Energy", officially recognized by the Government of Aragon, and has spent 3 months at the Institute of Systems and Robotics (ISR, Portugal, Portugal) and another 4 months at the Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Addour (UPPA, Pau, France).
Reviewer of scientific articles of journals with impact index (JCR) and evaluator of R+D+I projects (AENOR).
Interest and experience in generation of electricity through renewable sources (off-grid systems and grid-connected systems), advanced optimization techniques and storage of electrical energy (advanced battery models).


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