Biography / Curriculum Vitae

 

Dr. Anthony Deese, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ). His primary field of study is smart power grid technologies with focus on Internet of Things.  He received his Bachelor of Science (BS) in computer engineering as well as Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) in electrical engineering from Philadelphia's Drexel University in 2003 and 2008 respectively. Before joining TCNJ in Fall 2010, he spent two years as a postdoctoral research fellow and adjunct assistant professor at Drexel's Center for Electric Power Engineering (CEPE). He has significant experience teaching undergraduate as well as graduate courses on linear circuit analysis, electronic devices, power system analysis, power electronics, and economic operation of power systems. His research interests include: 1) smart grids and sustainable energy, 2) Internet of Things technology for energy applications, 3) wireless embedded systems with cloud access, 4) load automation for demand response, 5) nonlinear system optimization and parameter estimation, 6) analog emulation with field-programmable analog array technology, as well as 7) artificial neural networks and machine learning.  Focus is placed on problems relevant to power and energy.

 

He has published more than 20 peer-reviewed research works and served as principal investigator (PI) for more than $150,000.00 in external funding. His recent work is featured in both the IEEE Transactions on Power Systems and IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid. He is a member of the IEEE Power and Energy Society, serving regularly as a reviewer for IEEE conferences and journals as well as NSF funding panels.

Anthony is also the founder and director of the Smart Electric Power System (SEPS) Laboratory at TCNJ. This fully-reconfigurable six-bus, three-phase power system lab is composed of various synchronous generators with associated prime movers, induction motors with associated dynamometers, transformers, transmission lines, contactors, constant-impedance loads, renewable generation-emulator modules, battery storage devices, and power electronic converters. It significantly expands the ability of faculty and students at TCNJ to study advanced energy problems, providing a good foundation for the institution’s growing power engineering program. The SEPS Laboratory was developed with external funding from the National Science Foundation's (NSF) Major Research Instrumentation (MRI) Program.

 

Education

[ 1 ] Drexel University, College of Engineering

Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Electrical Engineering

Philadelphia, PA; June 2008

Dissertation Title: Analog Methods for Power System Analysis and Load Modeling

Advisor: Chika O. Nwankpa, Ph.D. (IEEE Fellow), Co-Advisor: Karen N. Miu, Ph.D.

[ 2 ] Drexel University, College of Engineering

Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Computer Engineering

Philadelphia, PA; June 2003

 

Academic Positions

[ 1 ] The College of New Jersey, School of Engineering

Tenured Associate Professor

Ewing, NJ; 9/2016 - Present

Assistant Professor

Ewing, NJ; 9/2010 - 8/2015

[ 2 ] Drexel University, College of Engineering

Post‐Doctoral Researcher / Adjunct Professor

Philadelphia, PA; 9/2008 - 8/2010

[ 3 ] Temple University, College of Engineering

Adjunct Professor

Philadelphia, PA; 9/2009 - 1/2010

[ 4 ] Widener University, School of Engineering

Adjunct Professor

Chester, PA; 9/2008 - 8/2009

[ 5 ] Drexel University, College of Engineering

Graduate Research Assistant

Philadelphia, PA; 9/2003 - 6/2008

 

Published on Website Only

[2015] A. Deese, "Smart Grid Technology and its Role in Modern Sustainable Energy Initiatives."

 

Select Journal Articles (published)

[ 2015 ] A. Deese, "Development and Testing of the Smart Electric Power System (SEPS) Laboratory for Advanced Research and Undergraduate Education;" IEEE Transactions on Power Systems; Volume 30, Issue 3; March 2015.  JCR Impact Factor (in 2012)=2.921.

[ 2014 ] A. Deese; "Comparative Study of Accuracy and Computation Time for Optimal Network Reconfiguration Techniques via Simulation;" Elsevier International Journal of Electrical Power and Energy Systems (IJEPES); Volume 63, Issue 12; p. 394-400; December 2014.  JCR Impact Factor (in 2012)=3.432.

[ 2013 ] A. Deese, C. O. Nwankpa; "Design and Testing of Custom FPAA Hardware with Improved Scalability for Emulation of Smart Grids;" IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid; Volume 5, Issue 3; p.1369-1378; May 2014.

[ 2013 ] A. Deese, C. O. Nwankpa; “Novel Approach to Measurement‐Based Load Modeling via Jacobi-Based Method;” Elsevier International Journal of Electrical Power and Energy Systems (ISSN: 0142-0615); Volume 53, Issue 12; p. 329 - 337; December 2013.  JCR Impact Factor (in 2012)=3.432.

[ 2013 ] A. Deese, B. Carrigan, E. Klein, E. Stein; ʺAutomation of Residential Load in Power Distribution Systems with Focus on Demand Response;" Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) Research Journal of Generation, Transmission, and Distribution (ISSN: 1751-8687); Volume 7, Issue 4;p. 357-365;  April 2013.  JCR Impact Factor (in 2012)=1.414.

[ 2012 ] A. Deese, C. O. Nwankpa; “Utilization of FPAA Technology for Emulation of Multi‐Scale Power System Dynamics in Smart Grids;” IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid; Volume 2, Issue 4; p. 606 ‐ 614; April 2012.

[ 2011 ] A. Deese, C.O. Nwankpa; “Application of Analog and Hybrid Computation Methods to Fast Power System Security Studies;” Elsevier International Journal of Electrical Power and Energy Systems (ISSN: 0142-0615); Volume 33, Issue 5; p. 1140 ‐ 1150; June 2011.  JCR Impact Factor (in 2011)=2.247.

[ 2011 ] A. St. Leger, A. Deese, J. Yakaski, C. O. Nwankpa; ʺControllable Analog Emulator for Power System Analysis;ʺ Elsevier International Journal of Electrical Power and Energy Systems (ISSN: 0142-0615); April 2012. JCR Impact Factor (in2011)=2.247

[ 2010 ] K. Miu, V. Cecchi, M. Kleinberg, A. Deese, M. Tong, M. Kleinberg; “A Distribution Power Flow Experiment for Outreach Education;” IEEE Transactions on Power Systems; Volume 25, Issue 1; pp. 3 – 9; Feb. 2010.  JCR Impact Factor (in 2010)=2.355.

[ 2009 ] A. Deese, C. O. Nwankpa; “Analog Emulation of Power System Load Behavior;” Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) Research Journal on Transmission, Generation, and Distribution; Volume 3, Issue 6; p. 535 – 546; June 2009.  JCR Impact Factor (in 2009)=0.856.

 

Select Conference Papers (published)

[ 2014 ] A. Deese, V. Cecchi, and B. Poudel; "Introduction of Emerging Energy Technologies to Engineering Students via Simulation;" Proceedings of 2015 IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting (PES-GM); July 2015.

[ 2014 ] C. Ciliberti, J. Martin, A. Deese; "Integrated System to Supply Power and Fuel to Rural Districts Using Renewable Resources;" ASEM International 2014 Annual Conference; Virginia Beach, VA; March 2014.

[ 2014 ] A. Deese, S. Coppi, T. Nugent; "A Comparative Analysis of Optimal PMU Placement Algorithms;" accepted to IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting; Washington D.C.; July 2014.

[ 2014 ] A. Deese, C. O. Nwankpa, S. Coppi, T. Nugent; "A Practical, Hybrid Approach to Faster-Than Real-Time Power System Analysis and Control;" 19th World Congress of the International Federation of Automatic Control; August 2014.

[ 2013 ] A. Deese; "Development of Smart Electric Power System Laboratory (SEPS) at The College of New Jersey;" IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting (PES-GM); Washington D.C.; July 2013.

[ 2013 ] A. Deese, V. Cecchi, K. Miu; "Capacitor Placement and Control Experiment for Reconfigurable Distribution Automation and Control Laboratory;" IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting (PES-GM); Vancouver, BC; July 2013.

[ 2013 ] A. Deese; "Study of Markov Decision Process-Based Optimal Switching Algorithm Performance for Small Power Systems;" IEEE Power and Energy Society (PES) POWERTECH Conference; Grenoble, France; July 2013. 

[ 2012 ] A. Deese, C. O. Nwankpa; “Utilization of FPAA Technology for Emulation of Multi‐Scale Power System Dynamics in Smart Grids;” IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting; San Diego, CA; July 2012.

[ 2012 ] A. Deese, C. O. Nwankpa, J. Jimenez, J. Berardino, J. Hill; ʺDesign of Modular Field Programmable Analog Array Hardware for Analysis of Large Power Systems;ʺ IEEE-CAS International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS); Seoul, Republic of Korea; May 2012.

[ 2012 ] A. Deese, B. Carrigan, E. Klein, E. Stein; ʺSimple Circuit‐Based Solution to Problem of Residential Load Participation in Demand Response;ʺ IEEE-CAS International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS); Seoul, Republic of Korea; May 2012.

[ 2010 ] A. Deese, J. Jimenez, J. Berardino, C. O. Nwankpa; “Hardware Prototype to Emulate the Dynamics of Power System Generators with Field Programmable Analog Arrays (FPAA);” IEEE-CAS International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS); Paris, France; May 2010.

[ 2009 ] A. Deese, C. O. Nwankpa; “Design of Modern Analog and Mixed‐Signal Computing Hardware;” Society for Modeling and Simulation International (SCS) Conference on Grand Challenges in Modeling and Simulation (GCMS); Istanbul, Turkey; July 2009.

[ 2009 ] K. Miu, A. Deese, X. Yang, V. Cecchi, M. Kleinberg, C. Schegan; “Integrating Distribution Automation and Control Techniques into Power System Curriculum;” IEEE Power Engineering Society General Meeting; Calgary, Canada; July 2009.

[ 2009 ] A. St. Leger, A. Deese, C.O. Nwankpa; “An Analog Power System Emulator as a Laboratory Tool for Teaching Electric Power Systems;” ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition; Austin, Texas; June 2009.

[ 2009 ] A. Deese, J. Jimenez, C.O. Nwankpa; “Utilization of Field Programmable Analog Arrays (FPAA) to Emulate Power System Dynamics;” IEEE-CAS International Conference on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS); Taipei, Taiwan; May 2009. 

[ 2007 ] A. Deese, C. O. Nwankpa; “Circuit Theoretical Analysis of Power System Load Emulation Circuit;” IEEE Power and Energy Society (PES) POWERTECH Conference; Lausanne, Switzerland; July 2007.

[ 2006 ] A. Deese, C. O. Nwankpa; ʺEffect of Size on Analog Circuit Based Emulation of Steady‐State Power System Behavior;ʺ IEEE-CAS Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems (MWSCAS); San Juan, Puerto Rico; August 2006. ** Finalist for Best Student Paper Award

[ 2006 ] C.O. Nwankpa, A. Deese, Q. Liu, A.S. St. Leger, J. Yakaski, N. Yok; “Power System on a Chip (PSoC): Analog Emulation for Power System Applications;” IEEE Power Engineering Society General Meeting (PES‐GM); Montreal, Canada; June 2006.

[ 2006 ] C.O. Nwankpa, A. Deese, Q. Liu, A. St. Leger, J. Yakaski; “Power System on a Chip (PSoC);” IEEE-CAS International Conference on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS); Kos Island, Greece; May 2006.

 

Recent Submissions (currently under review)

[ 2016 ] A. Deese and J. Daum; "Open-Source Wireless Sensor and Actuator Network with Self-Location Capability for Research in Optmal Demand Response;" submitted to IEEE Internet of Things Journal.

[ 2016 ] A. Deese and J. Daum; "Application of ZigBee-Based Internet of Things Technology to Demand Response in Smart Grids;" submitted to IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting; Chicago, IL.

[ 2016 ] A. Deese and J. Daum; "Application of Internet Of Things Technology to Energy Sustainability Initiatives in Smart Grids;" submitted to IEEE International Conference on Internet of Things Design and Implementation (IoTDI); Pittsburgh, PA.

[ 2016 ] A. Deese and J. Daum; "ZigBee-Based Wireless Network for Participation of Residential and Commercial Loads in Demand Response;" submitted to IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (ECNC); San Francisco, CA.

Television, Radio, and Web Interviews

[ 2015 ] NBC10 Philadelphia; Interview on Subject of May 12, 2015 AMTRAK Incident with Harry Hairston.

[ 2015 ] www.eeWeb.com; Featured Engineering Spotlight on February 2, 2015

[ 2014 ] NBC10 Philadelphia; Interview on Subject of February 10, 2014 PATCO Train Fire with Harry Hairston

[ 2013 ] Askimo TV; Interviews on Subjects of 1) Power System Analysis, 2) Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution, 3) Smart Grids and Microgrids, 4) Renewable Energy, and 5) Modern Analog Electronics; Available at www.askimo.com.

 

Invited Talks

[ 2016 ] IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeing Panel on Identification of Laboratory Methods to Support On-Line Undergraduate Power Engineering Education; "Introduction of Emerging Technologies to DIstribution System Education via Simulation."

[ 2014 ] IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting Panel on Faster-Than Real-Time Dynamics Simulation; "Development of Custom FPAA Hardware for Faster-Than Real-Time Analysis of Power System Dynamics."

[ 2012 ] Trenton Computer Festival; "Computational Issues Related to Electric Power Systems."

[ 2011-13 ] Drexel University; "Management of Electric Power Systems."

[ 2009 ] Widener University; "Analog Computation for Load Flow Analysis."

 

Research Funding Awards (granted)

[ 2012-14 ] National Science Foundation (NSF); Transforming Undergraduate Education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (TUES) Program

Title: Collaborative Research on Smart Power Distribution System Curriculum, Multi-Institution Demonstration and Deployment

Award No: ECCS-1226045

Principal Investigator (PI): Anthony Deese

Co-Principal Investigators (Co‐PI): n/a

Amount: $44,023.00 (part of $600,000.00 multi-institutional grant)

[ 2011-12 ] National Science Foundation (NSF); Major Research Instrumentation (MRI) Program

Title: Integrated Electric Power System Test Bed 

Award No: ECCS‐1126400 

Principal Investigator (PI): Anthony Deese

Co‐Principal Investigators (Co‐PI): n/a

Amount: $99,985.00

 

Research Funding Submissions (under consideration)

Several are being formulated...

 

Previous Proposals (not funded)

[ 2015 ] National Science Foundation (NSF); Communications, Circuits, and Sensing-Systems (CCSS) Program

Title: RUI - Smart Wireless Network for Automation of Residential and Commercial Loads to Facilitate Participation in Demand Response Initiatives

Amount: $346,982.000

[ 2015 ] National Science Foundation (NSF); Computational and Data-Enabled Science Program

Title: CDS&E - A Practical and Hybrid Approach to Faster-Than Real-Time Power System Analysis and Control

Amount: $400,000.00

[ 2014 ] National Science Foundation (NSF); Energy, Power, Control and Networks (EPCN) Program

Title: A Practical, Hybrid Approach to Faster-Than Real-Time Power System Analysis and Control

Amount: $450,000.00

[ 2014 ] National Science Foundation (NSF); Energy, Power, Control and Networks (EPCN) Program

Title: Advanced Nonlinear Microgrid Controller for the Smart Electric Power System (SEPS) Laboratory

Amount: $197,973.00

[ 2014 ] National Science Foundation (NSF); CAREER Program

Title: Smart Wireless Network for Automation of Residential and Commercial Loads to Facilitate Participation in Demand Response Initiatives

Amount: $504,881.00

[ 2013 ] National Science Foundation (NSF); CAREER Program

Title: Artificial Neural Network-Based Controller for the Smart Electric Power System Laboratory at The College of New Jersey

Amount: $450,000.00

[ 2012 ] United States Department of Energy (DoE); Advanced Computational and Modeling Research for the Electric Power System (FOA-0000709)

Title: Realization of Faster-Than Real-Time Power System Analysis Using Field-Programmable Analog Array (FPAA) Technology

Amount: $1,500,000.00

[ 2011 ] National Science Foundation (NSF); CAREER Program

Title: Application of Artificial Neural Networks to Operation of Smart Electric Power Systems

Amount: $400,000.00

 

Internal Funding Awards (granted)

[ 2015-17 ] Support of Scholarly Activity (SOSA) Program

[ 2012-14 ] Support of Scholarly Activity (SOSA) Program

[ 2012 ] Mentored Undergraduate Student Experience (MUSE) Program

[ 2011 ] Mentored Undergraduate Student Experience (MUSE) Program

 

Copyrights and Patents (pending)

[ 1 ] Solver for Hardware Based Computing International Patent Application; #PCT–US07–74630

 

Participation in Professional Development Seminars

[ 2014 ] American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE) National Effective Teaching Institute (NETI-1) Seminar in New Orleans, LA

[ 2011 ] National Science Foundation (NSF) / ECEDHA Power and Energy Summer Meeting in Washington D.C.

 

Textbooks and Educational Materials

[ 1 ] Lecture Notes for "Microelectronic Circuits" Textbook; Oxford University Press

 

Undergraduate Courses Taught

[ 1 ] Power Systems and Renewable Energy (TCNJ-ELC470)

Topics Covered: three‐phase AC systems, transformer and synchronous machine modeling, load flow analysis, economic dispatch, photovoltaic cell and wind turbine technologies, demand response, smart grid technology

[ 2 ] Electronics I (TCNJ ‐ ELC251)

Topics Covered: AC vs. DC circuits, operational amplifiers, semiconductor physics, diodes, metal‐oxide field‐effect transistors (MOSFET), bipolar junction transistors (BJT), transistor‐based amplifier design

[ 3 ] Power Electronics (TCNJ ‐ ELC383)

Topics Covered: properties of solid‐state switches, pulse‐width modulation, line‐frequency diode rectifiers, line‐frequency phase‐controlled rectifiers and inverters, switch‐mode ac and dc converters, high voltage dc (HVDC) power transmission

[ 4 ] Differential Equations I (TCNJ ‐ ENG272)

Topics Covered: solution of first and higher‐order differential equation (via exactness, substitution, reduction of order), Laplace Transform, transient analysis of active electronic filters

[ 5 ] Sustainability Europe and Sustainability Australia (TCNJ - ENG470)

Topics Covered: sustainable infrastructure, renewable energy, green technologies, recycling processes, ecological conservation

[ 6 ] Circuit Analysis (TCNJ - ENG212)

Topics Covered: Kirchoff’s laws, node and mesh analysis, network theorems, natural and forced response, steady state analysis, phasor notation, Fourier series, and frequency selective networks

[ 7 ] Artificial Neural Networks (under development)

Topics Covered: McCulloch‐Pitts neuron structure, feed‐forward and recurrent networks, the perceptron, Boltzmann Learning, applications of artificial neural networks

 

Graduate Courses Taught

[ 1 ] Economic Operation of Power Systems (Drexel‐ECEP612) 

Topics Covered: generating unit characteristics, economic dispatch, unit commitment, non‐linear programming, optimal power flow, system planning and operation, security studies including contingency analysis, system reconfiguration and restoration.

 

Graduate Student Advising

[ 2012 ] Carlo Ciliberti P.E.; Candidate for Ph.D. from Drexel University

 

Professional Development (Including Peer-Review)

[ 2016 ] IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting; Peer-Reviewer

[ 2016 ] Oxford University Press; Textbook Reviewer

[ 2016 ] Artech House Publishing; Textbook Reviewer

[ 2015 ] IEEE Student Activities Subcommittee; Webmaster

[ 2015 ] IET Renewable Power Generation Journal; Peer-Reviewer

[ 2015 ] MDPI Energies Journal; Peer-Reviewer

[ 2015 ] IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy; Peer-Reviewer

[ 2014 ] Sustainable New Jersey Small Grant Program; Blue Ribbon Selection Committee (Reviewer) www.sustainablejersey.com/

[ 2013-Present ] IEEE Transactions on Power Systems; Peer-Reviewer

[ 2012-Present ] Elsevier International Journal of Electrical Power and Energy Systems; Peer-Reviewer

[ 2011-Present ] Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)

; Member of Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD) Regional Committee

[ 2008-Present ] IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS); Peer-Reviewer

[ 2012, 2013, 2014 ] National Science Foundation (NSF); Member of Funding Review Panel

[ 2014 ] IEEE North American Power Symposium (NAPS); Peer-Reviewer

[ 2013 ] IEEE International Symposium on Resilient Control Systems (ISRCS); Peer-Reviewer

[ 2013 ] National Science Foundation (NSF); TUES/CCLI Principal Investigator (PI) Conference Attendee

[ 2012 ] IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS); Chair of Power and Energy Circuits and Systems Session

[ 2012 ] Artech House Publishing; Text Reviewer

[ 2011 ] EM Neural Computing and Applications Journal; Peer-Reviewer

 

Awards

[ 2007 ] IEEE MWSCAS Conference; Student Paper Contest Finalist

[ 2003-05 ] Drexel University; Robert Fischl Scholarship

[ 2004-06 ] Drexel University, College of Engineering; Dean’s Fellowship

 

Affiliations

[ 1 ] Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE); Member 

 

MUSE Project Advising (TCNJ-Specific)

[ 2015 ] Julian Daum; Smart Wireless Network (via Digi XBee) for Load Automation and Demand Response

[ 2014 ] Tim Kindervatter; Smart Wireless Network (via Digi XBee) for Load Automation and Demand Response

[ 2013 ] Stephen Coppi and Tim Nugent; Phasor Measurement Units (PMU) for SEPS Laboratory

[ 2012 ] Tyler Wardlow; Wireless Three-Phase Relays for SEPS Laboratory

[ 2011 ] Audrey Baricko; Implementation of Power System State Estimation via Microcontroller

 

Service (TCNJ-Specific)

[ 2016 - Present ] SoEng; Academic Integrity Officer

[ 2016 - 2019 ] TCNJ; College Promotions Committee

[ 2015 - 2016 ] SoE; Strategic Planning Committee (Co-Chair)

[ 2015 - 2018 ] TCNJ; Faculty-Student Collaboration Program Council (MUSE)

[ 2015 ] TCNJ; Strategic Planning and Resource Committee (SPARC)

[ 2013 - 2016 ] SoE; School of Engineering Representative to Faculty Senate

[ 2012 - 2013 ] TCNJ; Faculty-Student Collaboration Program Council (MUSE)

[ 2012 - 2013 ] SoE; Strategic Planning Committee (Chair)

[ 2012 - 2013 ] SoE; Student Complaint Resolution Committee

[ 2012 - 2013 ] SoE; ECE Faculty Search Committee (Chair)

[ 2012 - 2013 ] SoE; First-Year Coordinator Search Committee

[ 2012 ]  SoE; Co-Instructor and Co-Coordinator for Sustainability Australia

[ 2011 - 2012 ] SoE; BME Faculty Search Committee

[ 2011 - 2012 ] SoE; Committee on Freshman Engineering Education (ENG142)

[ 2011 - 2012 ] SoE; Strategic Planning Committee

[ 2010 - 2011 ] SoE; Senior Project Committee (Co‐Chairperson)

[ 2010 - 2011 ] SoE; Liason to Library Services

[ 2010 - 2011 ] SoE; Sarnoff Museum Planning Committee

Anthony S. Deese, Ph.D.

The College of New Jersey

Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE)

Director, Smart Electric Power System Laboratory (SEPS)

Member, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE); Power and Energy Society (PES)

deesea@tcnj.edu

Board of Directors, Armenian National Committee of America: Eastern Region

www.anthonydeese.com

 

Primary Areas of Interest

1. smart grids and sustainable energy 

2. Internet of Things (IoT) for energy applications

3. wireless embedded systems with cloud access

4. load automation for demand response

5. nonlinear system optimization

6. analog emulation and FPAA technology

7. electronics and power electronics

8. state and parameter estimation

9. artificial neural networks and machine learning

 

Primary Research Methods

1. design, fabrication, and testing of custom wireless sensors and related devices

2. development of custom ZigBee and Wi-Fi sensor networks in Python (Xbee), JavaScript (Node.JS), and Java (Android) development environments

3. development of a learning-based optimization algorithms to facilitate smart load automation

4. development of mobile applications in Java for Android Operating System

5. utilization of cloud-based services like Firebase for data storage (e.g. JSON)

6. development of Belkin WeMo and Google NEST-compatible systems

7. advanced simulation in Matlab

 

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