Carnegie Mellon
  

Gabriela Hug-Glanzmann

           
           
Prof. Hug
 
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Carnegie Mellon University
Electrical and Computer Engineering 5000 Forbes Avenue
  Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890
Email: ghug at ece.cmu.edu Office: Porter Hall B16
Faculty Assistant: Claire Bauerle Tel: (412) 268-5919
Gabriela Hug's Official Home Page Fax: (412) 268-3890
 
           
    Open Positions  
           
     

PhD / PostDoc Positions

I currently don’t have any open PhD or PostDoc positions. If you are interested in joining my group as a PhD student, please apply through the official CMU application process either for spring or for fall where I can see your application should a position open up.

           
    CV – Biographical Data  
           
    Gabriela Hug's CV    
           
    Education  
           
    PhD, Electrical Engineering, Power Systems Laboratory, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Degree in Higher Education (Teaching), ETH Zurich, Switzerland
M.S., Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
           
    Research Interests  
           
Power Systems, Optimization, Control, Energy Networks, Decomposition in Optimization
           
    Awards  
           
    • Raymond John Wean Foundation Career Development Professorship 2014
• IEEE Power and Energy Society Outstanding Young Engineer Award 2013
• National Science Foundation CAREER Award 2013
• Wimmer Faculty Grant 2010
• ABB Research Award 2008
• 2nd place ETG-Innovation-Award 2008
• ETG-Innovation-Award 2005
• ETH medal 2004
• 2nd place Award for young researchers of the journal “Technische Rundschau” 2004
• DaimlerChrysler Scholarship 2001 – 2003
           
      Book Chapters  
           
    [BC2] IEEE Standards Association, “IEEE Vision for Smart Grid Controls: 2030 and Beyond,” IEEE Press, June 2013

[BC1] R.R. Negenborn, G. Hug-Glanzmann, B. De Schutter, G. Andersson, “A Novel Coordination Strategy for Multi-Agent Control Using Overlapping Subnetworks with Application to Power Systems” in Javad Mohammadpur, Karolos M. Grigoriadis, “Efficient Modeling and Control of Large-Scale Systems,” Springer, 2010
                   
      Journal Publications  
           
   

[J11] G. Hug, S. Kar, H. Ming, “Distributed Approach for DC Optimal Power Flow Calculations,” under review

[J10] G. Hug, S. Kar, “Consensus + Innovation Approach for Multi-Agent Coordination in a Microgrid,” under 2nd round review

[J9] D. Zhu, G. Hug, “Decomposed Stochastic Model Predictive Control for Optimal Dispatch of Storage and Generation,” under 2nd round review

[J8] R. Yang, G. Hug, “Potential and Efficient Computation of Corrective Power Flow Control in Cost vs. Risk Trade-Off,” under 2nd round review

[J7] R. Yang, G. Hug, “Regression-Based FACTS Control for Optimal Usage of Transmission Capacity,” IET Generation, Transmission and Distribution, to appear

[J6] D. Zhu, G. Hug, “Coordination of Storage and Generation in Power System Frequency Control using H Approach,” IET Generation, Transmission and Distribution, Vol. 7, No. 11, pp. 1263-1271, 2013

[J5] L. Wehinger, G. Hug, M. D. Galus, G. Andersson, “Modeling Electricity Wholesale Markets with Model Predictive and Profit Maximizing Agents,” IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, Vol. 28, No. 2, pp. 868-876, May 2013

[J4] G. Hug, J.A. Giampapa, “Vulnerability Assessment of AC State Estimation with Respect to Data Injection Cyber-Attacks,” IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 1362-1370, September 2012

[J3] G. Hug-Glanzmann, G. Andersson, “N-1 Security in Optimal Power Flow Control Applied to Limited Areas”, IET Generation, Transmission and Distribution, Vol. 3, Iss. 2, pp. 206 – 215, 2009

[J2] G. Hug-Glanzmann, G. Andersson, “Decentralized Optimal Power Flow Control for Overlapping Areas in Power Systems”, IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, Vol. 24, No.1, pp. 327 - 336, February 2009

[J1] R. Sachs, G. Glanzmann, M. von Siebenthal, “Automatische Stauziel- und Durchflussregulierung einer Flussstaukette,” Bulletin SEV/AES, No. 15/05, 2005

           
    Refereed Conference Publications
           
    [C35] E.C. Kara, M. Berges, G. Hug, „Modeling Thermostatically Controlled Loads to Engage Households in the Smart Grid: Lessons Learned from Residential Refrigeration Units,“ submitted

[C34] A. Hamann, G. Hug, “Real-Time Optimization of a Hydropower Cascade using a Linear Modeling Approach,” submitted

[C33] T. Cui, R. Yang, F. Franchetti, G. Hug, “Accelerated AC Contingency Calculation on Commodity Multi-Core SIMD CPUs,” submitted

[C32] D. Zhu, G. Hug, “Decomposition Methods for Stochastic Optimal Coordination of Energy Storage and Generation,” submitted

[C31] X. Zhang, G. Hug, “Optimal Regulation Capacity Provision by Electrolysis Processes,” submitted

[C30] J. Mohammadi, G. Hug, S. Kar, “Role of Communication on the Convergence Rate of Fully Distributed DC Optimal Power Flow,” submitted

[C29] E. C. Kara, Z. Kolter, M. Berges, B. Krogh, G. Hug, T. Yuksel, “A Novel State Estimation Technique in Control of Heterogeneous Thermostatically Controlled Load Populations for Demand Response,” SmartGridComm, Vancouver, Canada, 2013

[C28] K. Baker, D. Zhu, G. Hug, X. Li, “Jacobian Singularities in Optimal Power Flow Problems Caused by Intertemporal Constraints,” North American Power Symposium, Manhattan, USA, 2013

[C27] R. Yang, G. Hug, “Locational Security Impact Factors for Security Index Constrained Economic Dispatch Problem,” North American Power Symposium, Manhattan, USA, 2013

[C26] J. Mohammadi, G. Hug, S. Kar, “Corrective Security Constrained OPF with Power Flow Control using Benders Decomposition,” PES General Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 2013

[C25] A. Pandey, G. Hug, “Quantifying Operational Flexibility Enabled by VSC-HVDC lines and FACTS,” PES General Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 2013

[C24] G. Hug, “Distributed Optimization to enable a Flexible Power Grid with Corrective Power Flow Control,” PES General Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 2013

[C23] R. Yang, G. Hug, “Regression-Based Corrective Power Flow Control for Risk Minimization,” PES General Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 2013

[C22] G. Hug, “Generation Cost and System Risk Trade-off with Corrective Power Flow Control,” Allerton Conference, Urbana-Champaign, USA, 2012

[C21] K. Baker, G. Hug, X. Li, “Integration of Inter-Temporal Constraints into a Distributed Newton Raphson Method,” North American Power Symposium, Urbana-Champaign, USA, 2012

[C20] J. Mohammadi, G. Hug, S. Kar, “On the Behavior of Responsive Loads in the Presence of DFACTS Devices,” North American Power Symposium, Urbana-Champaign, USA, 2012

[C19] D. Zhu, G. Hug, “Robust Control Design for Integration of Energy Storage into Frequency Regulation,” ISGT Europe, Berlin, Germany, 2012

[C18] S. Kar, G. Hug, “Distributed Robust Economic Dispatch in Power Systems: A Consensus + Innovation Approach,” PES General Meeting, San Diego, 2012

[C17] R. Yang, G. Hug, “Optimal Usage of Transmission Capacity with FACTS Devices to Enable Wind Generation Integration: A Two-Stage Approach,” PES General Meeting, San Diego, 2012

[C16] K. Baker, G. Hug, X. Li, “Optimal Integration of Intermittent Energy Sources Using Distributed Model Predictive Control,” PES General Meeting, San Diego, 2012

[C15] R. Kankanamalage, G. Hug-Glanzmann, “Transmission Capacity Enhancement by Optimal Usage of Storage Devices,” PES General Meeting, Detroit, USA, 2011

[C14] G. Hug-Glanzmann, “Model Predictive Control for the Coordination of Wind and Hydro Power,” PES General Meeting, Detroit, USA, 2011

[C13] D. Zhu, G. Hug-Glanzmann, “Real-Time Control of Energy Storage Devices in Future Electric Power Systems,” PowerTech Conference, Trondheim, Norway, 2011

[C12] G. Hug-Glanzmann, “A Hybrid Approach to Balance the Variability and Intermittency of Renewable Generation,” PowerTech Conference, Trondheim, Norway, 2011

[C11] L. Wehinger, G. Hug-Glanzmann, M. Galus, G. Andersson, “Assessing the Effect of Storage Devices and a PHEV Cluster on German Spot Prices by Using Model Predictive and Profit Maximizing Agents,” Power Systems Computation Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, 2011

[C10] D. Zhu, R. Yang, G. Hug-Glanzmann, “Managing Microgrids with Intermittent Resources: A Two-Layer Multi-Step Optimal Control Approach,” North American Power Symposium, Arlington, Texas, USA, 2010

[C9] G. Hug-Glanzmann, “Coordination of Intermittent Generation with Storage, Demand Control and Backup Generation,” iREP Symposium - Bulk Power Systems Dynamics and Control, Armação de Búzios, Brazil, 2010.

[C8] G. Hug-Glanzmann and G. Andersson, “An Accurate and Efficient Current Injection Method for the Determination of the System State during Line Outages,” 16th Power Systems Computation Conference, Glasgow, Scotland, 2008

[C7] G. Hug-Glanzmann and G. Andersson, “Coordinated control of FACTS devices in power systems for security enhancement,” in Proceedings of the iREP Symposium - Bulk Power Systems Dynamics and Control, Charleston, USA, 2007.

[C6] G. Hug-Glanzmann , R. Negenborn, G. Andersson, B. De Schutter, H. Hellendoorn, "Multi-area control of overlapping areas in power systems for FACTS control,” in Proceedings of the IEEE PES PowerTech Conference, Lausanne, Switzerland, 2007.

[C5] G. Glanzmann and G. Andersson, “Incorporation of N-1 Security into Optimal Power Flow for FACTS control,” in Proceedings of the Power Systems Conference and Exposition, Atlanta, USA, 2006.

[C4] G. Glanzmann and G. Andersson, “FACTS control for large power systems incorporating security aspects,” in Proceedings of the X SEPOPE, Florianopolis, Brazil, 2006.

[C3] G. Glanzmann and G. Andersson, “Coordinated control of FACTS devices based on Optimal Power Flow,” in Proceedings of the 37th North American Power Symposium, Ames, USA, 2005.

[C2] G. Glanzmann and G. Andersson, “Using FACTS devices to resolve congestions in transmission grids,” in Proceedings of Cigre/IEEE PES Symposium, San Antonio, USA, 2005.

[C1] G. Glanzmann, M. von Siebenthal, T. Geyer, G. Papafotiou, M. Morari, “Supervisory water level control for cascaded river power plants,” in Proceedings of the Hydropower Conference, Stavanger, Norway, 2005.
           
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