He has held several R&D positions in industry. His primary focus has been mechanical engineering. He has applied his skills in the transportation sector. He was logistics manager for a transportation company where he successfully improved the business’s KPI. In this role he designed and implemented the control centrel of the entire logistics operation thus maximizing resources utilization and reducing OPEX.
Presently he is a PhD fellow, his research field is energy trading with renewable sources in deregulated markets. The aim of his research is to contribute to a seamlessly integration of intermittent energy and the development of smart microgrids.
Genaro received his bachelor’s degree in Physics from ITESM, Mexico in 2005 and his Master of Science degree in Computational Physics from Umea University, Sweden in 2009. His master thesis research was on vorticity and phase transitions on anisotropic type II superconductors.
- G. Longoria, et al. Wireless Power Transmission in Smart Cities: The wIshood Wireless Smart Neighborhood. International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems – SMARTGREENS, Porto, Portugal, 2017. [to appear]
- G. Longoria, et al. Nash-Equilibrium Electricity Portfolios In the Smart Grid: A Genetic Annealing Solution. International Istanbul Smart Grid Congress and Fair, 2017. [to appear]
- G. Longoria, et al. Wind Energy Allocation Strategies for Long-Term Contracts in Open Energy Markets. 2016 International Conference on Renewable Energy Research and Applications (ICRERA), Birmingham, UK, 2016.
- G. Longoria. Vortex Matter in an Inhomogeneous Material. MSc Thesis, Umeå University, Umeå, Sweden, 2009.
Dr. Alan Davy and Dr. Lei Shi