I am a staff scientist in the Energy Systems Division at Argonne National Laboratory. Prior to this position, I was a post-doctoral appointee from September 2011 – January 2014 and a pre-doctoral appointee from September 2009 – August 2011 in the Mathematics and Computer Science Division. I received a Ph.D. degree from Illinois Institute of Technology in 2011. Since 2009, I’ve been involved in the development of the high performance library PETSc.
- Multifaceted Mathematics for Complex Energy Systems
- High Fidelity “Faster than Real-Time” Simulator for Predicting Power System Dynamic Behavior
- Co-simulation of transmission and distribution grid dynamics
My area of research is numerical methods for electrical power system analysis, specifically involving high performance computing and dynamics analysis.
Transient stabilty analysis
- Adaptive time-stepping and multirate algorithms.
- Iterative linear solvers and preconditioners.
- Scalable (parallel) algorithms for large-scale transient stability simulation.
- Trajectory sensitivity.
Multiscale modeling and simulation
- Coupled transient stability and electromagnetic transients simulation.
- Combined transmission-distribution system modeling and simulation.
- Transient stability constrained optimal power flow.
- Model predictive control.
- Portable, Extensible Toolkit for Scientific Computation (PETSc) Satish Balay, Shrirang Abhyankar, Mark F. Adams, Jed Brown, Brune Peter, Kris Buschelman, Victor Eijkhout, William D. Gropp, Dinesh Kaushik, Matthew Knepley, Lois Curfman-McInnes, Karl Rupp, Barry F. Smith, and Hong Zhang. PETSc Users Manual Revision 3.5
- GridPACK Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
- MATPOWER Ray Zimmerman, Carlos E. Murillo-Sanchez, and Deqiang (David) Gan
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Energy Sciences Division
Argonne National Laboratory
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