Engineering Systems Division

Energy Systems Division

IISE CORONAVIRUS RESOURCE & RESPONSE

Call for Abstracts & Papers for the 2021 Annual Conference & Expo Now Under Way!

  • Find important submission dates and details on the abstracts here.
  • Abstract submission site can be found here.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Energy Systems Division is to support its members by fostering networks, offering programs and maintaining resources that represent their core competencies and/or areas of specialized practice.

Vision Statement

The vision of the Energy Systems Division is to become the premier division for researchers and practitioners committed to advancing excellence in innovative modeling and exploring industrial and systems engineering tools for energy systems. 

Find our current board members here.

How to Become a Member

Click here to learn How to become a member of IISE Energy Systems Division.

Conference Committee Members

ES Track 2020 IISE Conference Committee
Yongpei Guan (Co-Chair), Ramteen Sioshansi (Co-Chair) 

Best Paper Committee
Zhi Zhou(
Chair), Sandra D, Eksioglu, Lihui Bai

Best Student Paper Award Committee
Chaoyue Zhao (Chair), Sandra D, Eksioglu, Lihui Bai

Young Investigator Award
Mohammad S. Roni
 (Co-Chair), Lei Fan

Energy Systems Division Student Paper Competition

This award recognizes student members whose paper and presentation both represent the highest level of excellence.

Energy Systems Division Outstanding Young Investigator Award

This award recognizes members for their technical contribution to manufacturing and design.

Energy Systems Division Annual Awards (2019)

IISE conference ES track Best Paper Award  

“Threshold Control Policy for Battery Energy Storage Operations”

Awnalisa Walker and Soongeol KwonBinghamton University 

 

Finalists for IISE conference ES track Best Student Paper Award*

     
 

"Detection and Distinction of Replay-attack and Equipment Faults in SCADA"

1st Place - Dan Li,  Georgia Institute of Technology  
 

"Estimation of Battery Pack SOC Uncertainty considering Cell-to-Cell Variability"

2nd Place - Modjtaba Dahmardeh, Rutgers University  
 

“Resilience-based Design of Microgrid Systems under Random Transmission Line Failures" 

3rd Place - Zhetao Chen, Rutgers University 

 


Energy Systems Division Outstanding Young Investigator Award Chaoyue Zhao, Oklahoma State University
   


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