ECEN 415/715 Physical and Economical Operations of Sustainable Energy Systems, Spring 2019

Instructor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Texas A&M University, 2019

  • This course introduce operational issues for sustainable electric energy systems.
  • The first part of the course will introduce basic engineering, optimization and economic concepts relevant to this course.
  • The second part of the course will discuss the “modular” view of individual electric energy processing components (e.g., variable generation, flexible demands).
  • The third part of this course will physical and market operations in electricity industry in support of sustainable energy integration.
  • Computer simulations and demos will be available for students to create and evaluate examples of power systems.
  • Syllabus: ECEN 415, ECEN 715.
  • (My Role) An instructor of the course
    • Graduate Teaching Fellow
    • Materials Preparation, Lectures, Homeworks

ECEN689: Data Sciences in Modern Power Systems, Fall 2015

Teaching Assistant, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Texas A&M University, 2015

  • Basic Statistical/Machine Learning, Time Series Analysis and System Identification
  • With Applications in Power Systems
  • First time the course taught at Texas A&M University
  • about 50 graduate students in the course
  • (My Role) Teaching Assistant
    • Course design, materials (e.g. slides, homeworks, exams) preparation and homeworks grading;
    • Guest Lectures