Amir Aghazadeh

Amir Aghazadeh


I am a dedicated Ph.D. student at the University of Leeds, specializing in Electrical Engineering. My research focuses on employing existing power electronics-based devices in traction feeding systems to smoothly energize traction transformers. I started my Ph.D. program in 2020 with a full scholarship from the University of Leeds for three years.

I hold an impressive educational background, having received my Associate Degree, Bachelor's Degree, and Master's Degree all in Electrical Engineering from Technical and Vocational University, Qom, Iran, Sadra Institute of Higher Education, Tehran, Iran, and Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, in 2007, 2010, and 2014 respectively. My academic journey is a testament to my passion for learning and my commitment to academic excellence.

My work has been recognized through my publications in notable journals and conferences, highlighting his exceptional research skills and dedication to my area of expertise.

Research interests

  • Power Electronics and its Application in Power Systems
  • Electric Traction Feeding Systems
  • High-Power Transformer Energization Techniques 


  • AS, Industrial Electricity, Technical and Vocational University
  • BSc, Electrical Power Engineering, Sadra Institude of Higher Education
  • MSc, Electrical Power Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology