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)
  

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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 ece.cmu.edu


FALL 2013
SCHEDULE:
 
Teaching: 18-618 Smart Grids and Future Electric Energy Systems, Fall 2013
Class TR 9:00-10:20p, Rm - PH 125C;
Recitation - W 5:00-6:20p, Rm - PH 125C

Office Hours:
R 10:30-11:30 Rm - PH B25
Research Group Meetings:
TBA
 
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RELATED WEBSITES:

Electric Energy Systems Group (EESG) 
Carnegie Mellon Electricity Conferences
NSF ITR Project
NSF Education Project

 

AREAS OF RESEARCH:

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.
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