Monday, February 11th
Nord 310 at 11:30am
Marija D. Ilić, D.Sc.
Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering and Engineering & Public Policy
Carnegie Mellon University
Dr. Marija Ilić holds a joint appointment at Carnegie Mellon as Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering and Engineering & Public Policy, where she has been a tenured faculty member since October 2002. Her principal fields of interest include electric power systems modeling; design of monitoring, control, and pricing algorithms for electric power systems; normal and emergency control of electric power systems; control of large scale dynamic systems; nonlinear network and systems theory; modeling and control of economic and technical interactions in dynamical systems with applications to competitive energy systems.
Dr. Ilić received her M.Sc. and D.Sc. degrees in Systems Science and Mathematics from Washington University in St. Louis and earned her MEE and Dip. Ing. at the University of Belgrade. She is an IEEE Fellow and an IEEE distinguished lecturer, as well as a recipient of the First Presidential Young Investigator Award for Power Systems. In addition to her academic work, Dr. Ilić is a consultant for the electric power industry and the founder of New Electricity Transmission Software Solution, Inc. (NETSS, Inc.). From September 1999 until March 2001, Dr. Ilić was a Program Director for Control, Networks and Computational Intelligence at the National Science Foundation.