|Antonella Ragusa received the degree in Electrical Engineering with honours from the University of Palermo in 2001; in 2006 at the same University, she received the PhD degree in Electrical Engineering developing her research activity within the group of Converters, Electrical Machines and Drives at the Department of Electrical Engineering of the University of Palermo, within the Institute on Intelligent System for Automation (ISSIA), now Institute of Marine Engineering (INM) of the National Research Council (CNR) and within the ELASIS-FIAT. From the November 2006 to December 2007 she worked as consultant at FIAT GROUP AUTOMOBILES (Turin) within the group of Engineering & Design on topics related to Virtual Analysis of Body Electronics. Since January 2008 she has been a permanent researcher at the Institute of Marine Engineering (INM), of CNR. She serves as reviewer for international conferences and journals. |
She is currently a Marie Curie Research Fellow (MSCA-IF) at De Montfort University of Leicester, United Kingdom.
|Her main research activity is focused on electromagnetic compatibility, computational electromagnetics, smart grids. |
| Smart technologies for sustainable and efficient energy conversion and management|
Technologies for smart grids and communities
 A. Ragusa, H. Sasse, A. Duffy – “3D Modelling of Partial Discharge within Epoxy-Resin Dielectric of Cables for Distribution and Transmission Networks”– CEM 2019 Conference, 19 – 20 June 2019, Edinburgh.
 A. Ragusa, H. Sasse, A. Duffy–“Simulation of Partial Discharge Phenomena in Power Cables”–IWCS2018 Cable & Connectivity Symposium, Oct 2018, Providence, Rhode Island, USA.
 A. Ragusa, G. Marsala – “EMI Reduction in Low Input Ripple DC-DC Converter using Chaos PWM technique” – Journal of Electronic Res. and Applic, Vol 2, No 2 (2018). Pgs. 42-47
 A. Cataliotti, C. Cervellera, V. Cosentino, D. Di Cara, M. Gaggero, D. Macciò, G. Marsala, A. Ragusa, G. Tinè – “An Improved Load Flow Method for MV Networks Based on LV Load Measurements and Estimations” – IEEE Tran.s on Instrum. and Measurement,Vol. PP, Issue: 99, July 2018.
 A. Cataliotti, D. Di Cara, G. Marsala, A. Pecoraro, A. Ragusa, G. Tinè – “High Frequency Experimental Characterization and Modeling of six Pack IGBTs Power Modules” IEEE Trans. on Ind. Electr., Vol. 63, no. 11, Nov. 2016, ags: 6664 – 6673.
 G. Ala, M.C. Di Piazza, A. Ragusa, F. Viola, G. Vitale – EMI Analysis in Electrical Drives Under Lightning Surge Conditions – IEEE Trans. on EMC, vol. 54, no. 4, Aug. 2012, pgs: 850-859.
 M. C. Di Piazza, A. Ragusa, G. Vitale – Magnetic material performance of transformers in common mode active EMI filters for bearing current suppression-Electrical Review, ISSN 0033-2097, R. 87 NR 6/2011, pgs: 198-201.
 M. C. Di Piazza, A. Ragusa, G. Vitale – An Optimized Feedback Common Mode Active Filter for Vehicular Induction Motor Driver –IEEE Trans. on Power Electr, vol. 26, no. 11, Nov. 2011, pgs: 3153-3162.
 M. C. Di Piazza, A. Ragusa, G. Vitale – Power Losses Evaluation in CM Active EMI Filters for Bearing Currents Suppression –IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, vol. 58, no. 11, nov. 2011, pgs: 5142-5153.
 A. Di Piazza, M. C. Di Piazza, A. Ragusa, G. Vitale – Environmental Data Processing by Clustering Methods for Energy Forecast and Planning – Renewable Energy, Vol. 36, No. 3, March 2011, Pgs 1063-1074.
 M. C. Di Piazza, M. Pucci, A. Ragusa, G. Vitale – Analytical versus Neural Real-time Simulation of a Photovoltaic Generator based on a DC-DC Converter – IEEE Trans. on Industry Appl., vol. 46, no. 6, Dec 2010.
 M. C. Di Piazza, A. Ragusa, G. Vitale – Effects of Common Mode Active Filtering in Induction Motor Drives for Electric Vehicles –IEEE Transaction on Vehicular Technology, Vol. 59, No. 6, July 2010.
 M. C. Di Piazza, A. Ragusa, G. Vitale – Input EMI in Inverter-fed Motor Drives with Active Filtering of Motor CM Voltage – Electrical Review, ISSN 0033-2097, R. 85 NR 10/2009, pgs: 248-252.
 M. C. Di Piazza, A. Ragusa, G. Vitale – Design of Grid-Side Electromagnetic Interference Filters in AC Motor Drives with Motor-Side Common Mode Active Compensation – IEEE Trans. on EMC, vol. 51, no.3, No 2, Aug. 2009, pgs: 673-682.