A collaborative team of students and scholars with seasoned expertise are working in the GW SmartGrid Laboratory with the main goal of exploring the intersections of power grid planning and operation paradigms with human interactions, machine learning, and artificial intelligence to enhance its resilience against natural disasters and man-made cyber-attacks.
Welcome to GW SmartGrid Laboratory
The scope of our research extends from equipment and sensors data analytics to expansive and interconnected energy landscape. The lab incorporates interdisciplinary perspectives from fields as diverse as electric power engineering, machine learning, data sciences, as well as advanced optimizations to develop next-generation algorithmic and human-in-the-loop solution technologies and decision-making paradigms. The scope of our research aims to address various multi-dimensional challenges in different time scales before, during and following disasters in order to safeguard the infrastructure, mission-critical services, and human well-being. We strive to inclusively collaborate with researchers in various fields and from diverse backgrounds to enhance the ways in which we think, design, plan, operate, and control the smart electricity grid and the energy infrastructure for enriched resilience.
There are frequent open positions and opportunities available at the GW SmartGrid Lab for Postdoctoral Fellows, Research Associates, Short-Term Interns, Visiting Scholars, as well as current and prospective students at GW. Contact us if you are interested to be a part of the GW SmartGrid Lab and its missions to create fundamentally-new learning curves in electric power systems engineering.