The researchers at the U-Smart lab converge interdisciplinary concepts and methods from mathematical optimization, control theory, economics, and reliability theory for resilient and sustainable planning and operation of interdependent critical infrastructure, with emphasis on designing next generation cyber-physical power and energy systems, transportation electrification, and resiliency and sustainability at water and energy nexus.
- WestSmartEV: Western Plugin Electric Vehicle Community Partnership, U.S. Department of Energy, 2017-2020.
- Automated Monitoring and Control of Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure, Utah Governor’s Office of Energy Development, 2017-2018.
- Modeling and Impact Analysis of Compressed Air Energy Storage in Power Systems, Magnum Energy, 2017.
- Hierarchical Resiliency Control for Smart Cities, University of Utah Research Foundation, 2016-2017.
- A function space theory for continuous-time flexibility scheduling in electricity markets, National Science Foundation, 2015-2018.
Please see the U-Smart publication page.