M.S. and Ph.D. Dissertations

Siddhartha Nigam, 2017

Quantification of Benefits of The Campus Grid Operations as A Microgrid

Mariola Ndrio, 2017

Resource Adequacy in Grids with Integrated Renewable Resources

Yannick Degeilh, 2015

Stochastic Simulation of Power Systems with Integrated Renewable and Utility-Scale Storage Resources

Ti Xu, 2015

A Probabilistic Production Simulation Approach for Systems with Integrated Concentrated Solar Plants with Thermal Energy Storage

Mirat Tokombayev, 2014

Effective Utilization of Flywheel Energy Storage (FES) for Frequency Regulation Service Provision

Isaac Castillo, 2012

Assessment of the Impacts of Demand Curtailments in the DAMs: Issues in and Proposed Modifications of FERC Order no. 745

Kai Van Horn, 2012

The Comparative Economic Assessment of the Impacts of Energy Storage and Demand Response Resource Participation in the Day-Ahead Electricity Markets

Dimitra Apostolopoulou, 2011

Optimized FTR Portfolio Construction: The Speculator’s Problem

Rajesh Bhana, 2011

A Production Simulation Tool for Systems with Integrated Photovoltaic Energy Sources

Christophe Guille, Masters Thesis, 2009

A Conceptual Framework for the Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) Implementation

Teoman Guler, Doctoral Dissertation, 2009

Multiarea System Reliability: The Economic Evaluation of System Security Criteria

Anupama Kowli, Masters Thesis 2009

Assessment of Variable Effects of Systems with Demand Response Resources

Nicolas Benoit Philippe Maisonneuve, Masters Thesis 2009

A Production Simulation Tool For Systems With Wind Energy Resources

Minghai Liu, Doctoral Dissertation, 2005

A Framework for Congestion Management Analysis

Pablo Ariel Ruiz, Masters Thesis, 2005

A Proposed Design for a Short-Term Resource Adequacy Program

Paola Caro Ochoa, Masters Thesis, 2003

Evaluation of Transmission Congestion Impacts on Electricity Markets

Anna Barbara Ihrig, Masters Thesis, 2002

Congestion in the ISO—NE Electricity Markets

Shu Tao, Doctoral Dissertation, 2000

Allocation and Management Issues in Multiple– Transaction Open Access Transmission Networks