Dr Harold S. Ruiz

Energy Systems, Superconductivity Research, Electrical Engineering, Engineering and Physics of Materials

Head of the Advanced High Temperature Superconducting Materials and Power Systems Research division @ the Aerospace & Computational Engineering Research Group

Dr. Harold S Ruiz

Office: R-Block -R2- (Engineering Design Lab. Building)

Tel: +44 (0)116 229 7825
Email: Dr.Harold.Ruiz@le.ac.uk
Cc: hsruizr@gmail.com

ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6100-1918

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/haroldruiz

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Personal details

  • Head of the Advanced High Temperature Superconducting Materials and Power Systems Research Division at the Aerospace & Computational Engineerinng Research Group.
  • Fellow of The Higher Education Academy, UK.
  • Member of the Leicester Institute for Space \& Earth Observation Science, UoL.

 

Rounded superconductive transmission cable

My SUPERconductivity Research Group:

The main areas of activity of my group are oriented to the electromagnetic modelling, prototyping, optimization, and physical understanding of Metamaterials and Innovative Superconducting Technologies, ranging from the study of Josephson Junctions in the microscopic world, up to the prototyping of superconducting propulsion systems for the naval industry, the integration of superconducting technologies and other metamaterials for HV power machines, ultra high magnetic field devices, fault current limiters, energy storage systems, and large-scale modelling and analysis of power systems enabling the share of renewables.

My group also specializes in the application of variational methods and optimal control algorithms for a large set of problems which may include aspects of econophysics, supply chain processes, space image processing, materials science, etc ...

More recently, I am developing new systems for satellite data retrieval and data mining processes aimed to tackle global challenges in the developing countries.

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Research

  • Head of the superconductivity program at the Electrical and Electronic Signals and Systems Group, Department of Engineering, UoL.
  • Member of the Leicester Institute for Space \& Earth Observation Science, UoL.
  • Associate member of the Computational Engineering and Control Group, Department of Engineering, UoL.

Interests

  • Superconductivity
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Computational Engineering
  • Renewables
  • Smart Grid
  • Satellite Data Retrieval and Data Mining

Members and opportunities of The Superconductivity Team

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