Early Stage Researcher
Department of Electrical, Electronic and Information Engineering
Universita di Bologna
Camilo received his B.Sc. in Electronic Engineering in 2008 from the Pontifical Xavierian University, Bogotá. The same year he joined the firm Deloitte, where he worked as Senior Consultant specialised in Business Risks Analyses, developing several projects for different industrial sectors among them Energy and Resources. He continued his studies at Stuttgart University, Germany. There, he obtained a Master’s degree in Sustainable Electrical Energy Supply in 2017. In parallel with his studies, he worked as Student Research Assistant at the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation (Germany). Camilo carried out his Master’s Thesis at the Department of Electrical, Electronic and Information Engineering of the University of Bologna, Italy. There, he studied the integration of distributed energy resources and energy storage systems in micro-grid applications under uncertainty conditions.
Currently, he is pursuing his PhD at the University of Bologna in the framework of the INCITE project. His research interests include decentralised control approach of micro-grid’s components, integration of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) services and optimisation modelling.
Integrated simulation and design optimisation tools
Advisor: Carlo Alberto Nucci, Alberto Borghetti
Comparison Between Multistage Stochastic Optimization Programming and Monte Carlo Simulations for the Operation of Local Energy Systems, C. Orozco, A. Borghetti, S. Lilla, G. Pulazza and F. Tossani, Proc. EEEIC/I&CPS Europe 2018, Palermo (Italy)
An ADMM Approach for Day-Ahead Scheduling of a Local Energy Community, C. Orozco, S. Lilla, A. Borghetti, F. Napolitano and F. Tossani, 2019 IEEE Milan PowerTech, Milan, Italy, 2019, pp. 1-6
Day-ahead scheduling of a local energy community: an alternating direction method of multipliers approach, S. Lilla, C. Orozco, A. Borghetti, F. Napolitano and F. Tossani, in IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, 2020.