Ramon Costa Castelló

Profesor Titular de Universidad


Subline:

Automatic Control


E-mail rcosta (at) iri.upc.edu

Phone 93 4017290

Web http://people-esaii.upc.edu/people/rcosta/

Ramon Costa-Castelló was born in Lleida, CATALUNYA, SPAIN in 1970, obtained the master degree in computer science in 1993 from the Facultat d’Informàtica de Barcelona (FIB) from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), in 2001 he obtained the PhD degree in computer science Currently, he is an Associate Professor at the Automatic Control department (ESAII).

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Publications

  • P. Fornaro, T.P. Puleston, P.F. Puleston, M. Serra, R. Costa and P. Battaiotto. Feasibility analysis of a class of high-order sliding-mode differentiators for redox flow batteries parameter estimation, 2022 International Workshop on Variable Structure Systems, 2022, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, pp. 153-158, IEEE.

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  • T.P. Puleston, A. Clemente, R. Costa and M. Serra. Modelling and estimation of vanadium redox flow batteries: a review. Batteries, 8(9): 121, 2022.

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  • V. Sanz, R. Costa and C. Batlle. Literature review of energy management in combined heat and power systems based on high-temperature PEMFC for residential comfort applications. Energies, 15(17): 6423-6444, 2022.

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  • P. Fornaro, T.P. Puleston, P.F. Puleston, M. Serra, R. Costa and P. Battaiotto. Redox flow battery time-varying parameter estimation based on high-order sliding mode differentiators. International Journal of Energy Research, 46(12): 16576-16592, 2022.

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  • Y. Xing, J. Na, M. Chen, R. Costa and V. Roda. Adaptive nonlinear parameter estimation for a proton exchange membrane fuel cell. IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, 37(8): 9012-9023, 2022.

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  • A. Cecilia and R. Costa. Addressing the relative degree restriction in nonlinear adaptive observers: A high-gain observer approach. Journal of the Franklin Institute, 359(8): 3857-3882, 2022.

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  • A. Cecilia, S. Sahoo, T. Dragičević, R. Costa and F. Blaabjerg. On addressing the security and stability issues due to false data injection attacks in DC microgrids – An adaptive observer approach. IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, 37(3): 2801-2814, 2022.

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  • U. Raveendran Nair, M. Sandelic, A. Sangwongwanich, T. Dragicevic, R. Costa and F. Blaabjerg. An analysis of multi objective energy scheduling in PV-BESS system under prediction uncertainty. IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion, 36(3): 2276-2286, 2021.

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  • G.A. Ramos, T. Montobbio, C. Domènech-Mestres and R. Costa. Industrial robots fuel cell based hybrid power-trains: A comparison between different configurations. Electronics, 10(12): 1431, 2021.

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  • V. Sanz, G. Lopez, R. Costa and C. Batlle. Combined heat and power using high-temperature proton exchange membrane fuel cells for housing facilities, 2021 IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation, 2021, Västerås, Sweden, pp. 1-8.

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