Igyso Zafeiratou is a graduate of the School of Applied Mathematical and Physical Sciences of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). She received her Master of Science degree in Energy Physics from the Physics, Electronics and Materials department (PHELMA) of Grenoble Institute of Technology (Grenoble INP) in 2014. She holds a PhD degree on the field of Microgrids and Automation control working at the LCIS laboratory of Grenoble INP and the Univ. Grenoble Alpes and received her PhD on 2020. Since February 2020 she is a Researcher on optimization control and energy management of microgrids at the Smart Rue research group lab of NTUA. Her research interests include energy management, optimization control methods, hierarchical control and modeling of microgrids.
- Zafeiratou, I., Prodan, I., Lefèvre, L., & Piétrac, L. (2019). Meshed DC microgrid hierarchical control: a differential flatness approach. Journal of Electric Power Systems Research.
- Zafeiratou, I., Prodan, I. Boem, F., Lefèvre, L. Handling power losses in a DC microgrid through constrained optimization. 21st IFAC World Congress in Berlin, Germany, 2020.
- Zafeiratou, I., Prodan, I., Lefèvre, L. On the flat representation for a class of port-Hamiltonian systems. 21st IFAC World Congress in Berlin, Germany, 2020.