This interdisciplinary project involves faculty from the School of Systems and Enterprises, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, and the School of Business at Stevens. Postdoc and PhD students will be primarily associated with one department/school, while regularly working with the entire faculty advisory team.
The project focuses on stochastic and dynamic optimization, data analytics, systems modeling, and data-driven control approaches to explore energy efficiency and utilization of smart and connected communities, smart buildings, transmission and distribution networks, and individual consumers.
Interested applicants should upload the following materials, combined in a single pdf file, via the online form HERE or at the frame below:
- A cover letter stating qualifications, prior research experience, interests, and career goals,
- A resume,
- Unofficial transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate work.
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Power Systems with Future DERs
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