4/2019 Students Kaitlyn Garifi and Amy Allen presented their research at the Rosenfeld Symposium in Berkeley, CA.

4/2019 Dr. Baker attended the Autonomous Energy Systems Workshop in Golden, CO.

4/2019 Congratulations to Zac Peterson for successfully defending his Masters thesis!

4/2019 We attended the 2019 Architectural Engineering Institute conference and Amy and Sameera presented their research.

4/2019 We attended the 2019 Century Energy Transition Symposium in Denver, CO. [Pic]

3/2019 Our journal paper, Joint Chance Constraints in AC Optimal Power Flow: Improving Bounds through Learning", was approved for publication in IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid.

3/2019 A very nice article about Dr. Baker's new class, Grid Connected Systems, was published. [Link]

11/2018 Dr. Baker presented our work at IEEE GlobalSIP (Anaheim, CA) and INFORMS (Phoenix, AZ).

11/2018 Dr. Baker (PI) and Dr. Mohammadi (Carnegie Mellon) were one of ten university-led teams selected to receive funding to participate in the ARPA-E Grid Optimization (GO) Competition and will receive $249,178 to develop algorithms to improve the operation of the electric power grid. [Press Release] [CU article] 9/2018 Our paper, "Joint Chance Constraints Reduction through Learning in Active Distribution Networks," was accepted for presentation at the 6th IEEE Global Conference on Signal and Information Processing (GlobalSIP).

9/2018 Dr. Baker gave a talk titled "Chance Constraints for Smart Grids and Smarter Buildings," to the Statistics, Optimization, and Machine Learning Seminar at CU Boulder.

8/2018 Our journal paper, "MAFSA: Mars Autonomous and Foldable Solar Array," was accepted for publication in New Space.

6/2018 Our abstract, "Operating Under Uncertainty in Smart Communities," was accepted for Oral Presentation a the 2018 INFORMS Annual Meeting.

4/2018 PhD Student Kaitlyn Garifi received the 2018 ECEE Department Silver Award for Research. Congrats Kaitlyn!

3/2018 Our paper, "Power Signature Obfuscation using Flexible Building Loads," was a honorable mention for Best Paper Award at the 2018 Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring (NILM) Workshop in Austin, TX. [Video]

3/2018 The CU Boulder NASA BIG Idea team, led by Dr. Baker, placed second during the final competition at NASA Glenn. The students were awarded internships at NASA. [NASA Press Release]

2/2018 Dr. Baker (PI) and Dr. Frongillo (co-PI) were awarded $19,197 through the University of Colorado, Boulder, for their project "Reducing Water Consumption via Free Market Renewable Integration." [link]

12/2017 The CU Boulder NASA BIG Idea Challenge team, advised by Dr. Baker, has been accepted as one of the final 5 teams to pitch their idea for a Martian solar array to NASA in person! Press release here, article here.

11/2017 Our abstract, "A Guide for the use of Internet Memes in Engineering Education," has been approved for the 2018 American Society of Engineering Education Zone IV Conference.

9/2017 Our paper, "Efficient Relaxations for Joint Chance Constrained AC Optimal Power Flow" was listed as the third most popular article on social media from Elsevier's Electric Power Systems Research Journal.

9/2017 PhD Student Kaitlyn Garifi received the Strauch Family Graduate Fellowship. Congrats Kaitlyn!

8/2017 Dr. Baker started as an Assistant Professor of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering at CU Boulder.

9/2018 Dr. Baker gave a talk titled "Chance Constraints for Smart Grids and Smarter Buildings," to the Statistics, Optimization, and Machine Learning Seminar at CU Boulder.

8/2018 Our journal paper, "MAFSA: Mars Autonomous and Foldable Solar Array," was accepted for publication in New Space.

6/2018 Our abstract, "Operating Under Uncertainty in Smart Communities," was accepted for Oral Presentation a the 2018 INFORMS Annual Meeting.

4/2018 PhD Student Kaitlyn Garifi received the 2018 ECEE Department Silver Award for Research. Congrats Kaitlyn!

3/2018 Our paper, "Power Signature Obfuscation using Flexible Building Loads," was a honorable mention for Best Paper Award at the 2018 Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring (NILM) Workshop in Austin, TX. [Video]

3/2018 The CU Boulder NASA BIG Idea team, led by Dr. Baker, placed second during the final competition at NASA Glenn. The students were awarded internships at NASA. [NASA Press Release]

2/2018 Dr. Baker (PI) and Rafael Frongillo (co-PI) were awarded $15,697 through the University of Colorado, Boulder, for their project "Reducing Water Consumption via Free Market Renewable Integration." [link]

12/2017 The CU Boulder NASA BIG Idea Challenge team, advised by Dr. Baker, has been accepted as one of the final 5 teams to pitch their idea for a Martian solar array to NASA in person! Press release here.

11/2017 Our abstract, "A Guide for the use of Internet Memes in Engineering Education," has been approved for the 2018 American Society of Engineering Education Zone IV Conference.

9/2017 Our paper, "Efficient Relaxations for Joint Chance Constrained AC Optimal Power Flow" was listed as the third most popular article on social media from Elsevier's Electric Power Systems Research Journal.

9/2017 PhD Student Kaitlyn Garifi received the Strauch Family Graduate Fellowship. Congrats Kaitlyn!

8/2017 Dr. Baker started as an Assistant Professor of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering at CU Boulder.

6/2017 Dr. Baker presented and participated in the Mathworks Research Summit in Newton, MA.

4/2017 The smart home energy management controller/optimizer we designed was featured in Denver's "5280" Magazine! [Picture]
2/2017 Our paper, "Modeling Stationary Lithium-Ion Batteries for Optimization and Predictive Control," won Best Paper Award at the 2017 IEEE Power and Energy Conference at Illinois (PECI).

12/2016 Dr. Baker presented our paper, "Adaptive Optimal Power Flow for Distribution Systems under Uncertain Forecasts," at the IEEE Conference on Decision and Control in Las Vegas, NV.

11/2016 Dr. Baker presented our paper, "Frequency Regulation Services from Connected Residential Devices," at ACM BuildSys, at Stanford, CA.

10/2016 Dr. Baker was awarded NREL's "Employee of the Month" for my work on designing an intelligent home energy management system.



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