Sandia Energy > Programs > Electric Grid > Advanced Grid Modeling > Key Personnel > Samuel T. Ojetola, Ph.D. Samuel T. Ojetola, Ph.D. Senior Member of Technical Staff Contact Information Samuel T. Ojetola / 505-250-3208 Biography Samuel T. Ojetola is a Senior Member of Technical Staff at Sandia National Laboratories. His expertise includes, power system dynamics and control, improvement of grid reliability and resilience to extreme events, machine-learning based protection for distributed networks, and renewable energy integration. Before joining Sandia, he was an intern at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratories, where he contributed to the development of the Dynamic Contingency Analysis Tool (DCAT). Dr. Ojetola is also involved with the IEEE Energy Storage & Stationary Battery Committee for developing recommended practice for energy storage management systems in energy storage applications. He received his BS degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering at the University of Lagos, Nigeria and his MSc degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Bridgeport, CT. He also holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Montana State University, Bozeman, MT. Education Ph.D. Electrical Engineering, Montana State University, MT Masters of Science, Electrical Engineering, University of Bridgeport, CT Bachelors of Science, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, University of Lagos, Nigeria Google Scholar Samuel T. Ojetola Recent Publications  S. T. Ojetola, J. Wold, and D. J. Trudnowski, “A multi-loop transient stability control via power modulation from energy storage device,” IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, pp. 1–1, 2021.  S. Ojetola, J. Wold, D. Trudnowski, F. Wilches-Bernal, and R. Elliott, “A real power injection control strategy for improving transient stability,” in 2020 IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting (PESGM), 2020, pp. 1–5.