Noor ’Adilah Ibrahim
University of Oslo
Noor ‘Adilah obtained her BSc in Financial Mathematics at the Islamic Science University of Malaysia and has an MSc in Mathematics Management from the National University of Malaysia. She is currently in her final year of Ph.D. in Stochastic analysis at the University of Oslo, Norway, supported by the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia and the Islamic Science University of Malaysia. She works with Prof. Fred Espen Benth, and her research interest center around the analysis of renewable energy, particularly on photovoltaic and wind productions, also the electricity markets. Her other research is modeling the electricity prices and pricing the weather derivatives, specifically on temperature market.
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Articles by Noor ’Adilah Ibrahim
Statistical analysis of photovoltaic and wind power generation
The author presents a comparison between maximal and daily average production of photovoltaic and wind energy based on a transmission system operator in Germany using statistical analysis with different seasonality functions.
Stochastic modeling of photovoltaic power generation and electricity prices
This paper proposes a stochastic model for the maximal production of PV power on a daily basis, based on data from three transmission system operators in Germany.