José García Clúa

José G. García Clúa was born in La Plata, Argentina, in 1979. He received the M.S.Eng. degree in 2005 and the PhD degree in 2013, both from La Plata National University, Argentina. Since 2015 is Associate Professor in Chemical Process Control at the Faculty of Engineering of La Plata National University and Assistant Researcher at the National Research Council of Argentina (CONICET). His main research interests are hybrid control and its applications to hydrogen production from renewable energies.

Teaching position Associate Professor
Research Category Assistant Researcher (CONICET)
email jose.garciaclua@ing.unlp.edu.ar
CV (English) CV_GarciaClua_EN.pdf
CV (Spanish) CV_GarciaClua_ES.pdf
Education Ph.D., Electronic Engineer
Fields of interest Hybrid control; Renewable energy; Hydrogen production;
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García-Clúa JG, Mantz RJ, De Battista H.  2018.  Optimal sizing of a grid-assisted wind-hydrogen system. Energy Conversion and Management. 166:402-408.
García-Clúa JG, Mantz RJ, De Battista H, Gallegos NG.  2016.  Stabilisation of grid assistance for a renewable hydrogen generation system by min-projection strategy. IET Control Theory & Applications. 10:183-189.
García-Clúa JG, Mantz RJ, De Battista H.  2011.  Evaluation of hydrogen production capabilities of a grid-assisted wind-H2 system. Applied Energy. 88:1857-1863.
García-Clúa JG, De Battista H, Mantz RJ.  2010.  Control of a grid-assisted wind-powered hydrogen production system. Int J Hydrogen Energy. 35:5786-5792.
García-Clúa JG, Mantz RJ, De Battista H.  2008.  Hybrid control of a photovoltaic-hydrogen energy system. Int J Hydrogen Energy. 33:3455-3459.