Energy Management and Economics

Research in this area expands beyond traditional benefit-cost technoeconomic analyses to explore the integration of human, community, and political factors in the deployment of advanced energy technology.

Meet the experts

Casey Canfield

Assistant Professor
Engineering Management & Systems Engineering

Research Interests

Grid modernization; model of soci-technical systems; human systems integration; decision-making interventions

Rui Bo

Assistant Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Research Interests

Computation, optimization and economics in power system operation and planning, high performance computing and its application in power systems, electricity market simulation, evaluation and design