Marija D. Ilić, D.Sc.

  Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering and Engineering & Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University
  Honorary Chaired Professor for Control of Future Electricity Network Operations, Delft University of Technology

  Director, Electric Energy Systems Group (EESG)


Carnegie Mellon University

Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Dept. of Engineering & Public Policy

5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15213-3890
Faculty Assistant: Claire Bauerle

ECE Dept., Room PH-B25

Tel:  412/268-9520
Fax:  412/268-3890
Email:  milic at

FALL 2014
Teaching: 18-618 Smart Grids and Future Electric Energy Systems, Fall 2014
Class TR 9:00-10:20p, Rm - WEH 4623;
Recitation - W 5:00-6:20p, WEH 5328;
11:30a-12:20p HH-1107
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Electric Energy Systems Group (EESG) 
Carnegie Mellon Electricity Conferences
NSF ITR Project
NSF Education Project



Smart Grids as a means of implementing sustainable IT-enabled electricity services; Modeling and control of future electric energy systems (transforming hierarchical into open-
access systems); Modeling and control of economic, policy and technical interactions in dynamic systems under uncertainties (applied
to electricity markets); Critical infrastructures and their interdependencies (cyber-physical systems); Computer methods and algorithms
for simulating large-scale dynamic systems; Electric power systems modeling; Design of monitoring, control and pricing algorithms for electric power systems; Normal and emergency control of electric power systems.
Last updated 21-Jan-2015