ASU Directory Profile
Power electronics, high-voltage engineering and power systems
George G. Karady received his MS and PhD degrees in electrical engineering from the Technical University of Budapest. He joint to ASU in 1986 and presently he is Power System Chair Professor. Previously, he was with EBASCO Services where he served as chief consulting electrical engineer, manager of electrical systems and chief engineer of computer technology. He was an electrical task supervisor for the Tokomak Fusion Test Reactor project in Princeton. Professor Karady has graduated 21 PhD and 47 MS students. He is an IEEE Fellow, and has published a book, several book chapters, and more than 120 journal and 200 conference papers.
Ph.D., electrical engineering, Technical University of Budapest
M.S., electrical engineering, Technical University of Budapest
Recognition and awards
Fellow of IEEE, 2010
Chaired the Award Committee of the IEEE PES Chapters and Membership Division, 2000-2005
President of the IEEE Phoenix Section, 2004
Honorary Doctoral Degree from the Technical University of Budapest, 1996
IEEE Third Millennium Medal, 1999
IEEE Power Engineering Society Working Group Recognition Award as the chair of WG that prepared IEEE Standard 1313-2, 2002
Chair of IEEE PES I0 Power Electronics Subcommittee
George G Karady, Kumaraguru Prabakar, “Design of all-dielectric self-supporting cable system,” Journal on high voltage engineering, China, vol. 37, No. 11, Nov 30, 2011, pp. 11503 – 11508.
Xianjun Zhang1, George G. Karady and Yonggang Guan, “Design methods investigations for residential microgrid infrastructure”; European Transaction on Electrical Power; Vol. 21, Issue 8, pp. 21520-2141 On line publication 24 Nov 2011.
S. Kucuksari, G. G. Karady, “Experimental Comparison of Conventional and Optical VTs and Circuit Model for Optical VT,” IEEE Trans. on Power Delivery, Vol. 26, No.3., pp:1571-1579; July 2011
Sadik Kucuksari and George. G. Karady: “Experimental Comparison of Conventional and Optical Current Transformers”; IEEE Transaction on. Power Delivery; Vol. 25, No 4, pp 2455-2463, October 2010.
E. A. Al-Ammar, G.G Karady, and H. J. Sim: “Novel Technique to Improve the Fault Detection Sensitivity in Transformer Maintenance Test” European Transaction on Electrical Power; On line May 2009, paper: Vol. 20,No: 4, pp: 438-449, May 2010.
B. L. Kokanos and G. G. Karady: “Associate Hermite Expansion Small Signal Mode Estimation”. Transaction on Power Systems; Vol. 25, No 2, pp 999-1007, May 2010.