PhD, Electrical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology (1992)
MS, Electrical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology (1986)
BS, Electrical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology (1982)
Energy control centers, security assessment, power system dynamics, asset management, bulk energy production and transportation, energy system planning, wind energy
Core Research Area: Electric power and energy systems
Strategic Plan Area: Energy infrastructure
Liu, H., L. Jin, J. McCalley, R. Kumar, V. Ajjarapu, and N. Elia. Planning Reconfigurable Reactive Control for Voltage Stability Limited Power Systems. IEEE Trans. Power Systems 24, no. 2, (May 2009): 1029-1038.
Khaitan, S., J. McCalley, and Q. Chen. Multifrontal Solver for Online Power System Time Domain Simulation. IEEE Trans. Power Systems 23, no. 4, (November 2008): 1727-1739.
Xiao, F. and J. McCalley. Risk-based Security and Economy Tradeoff Analysis for Real-Time Operation. IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 22, no. 4, (November 2007): 2287-2288.
Quelhas, A., E. Gil, J. McCalley, and S. Ryan. A Multiperiod Generalized Network Flow Model of the U.S. Integrated Energy System: Part I Model Description. IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 22, no. 2, (May 2007): 829-836.
Jiang, Y., J. McCalley, and T. Van Voorhis. Risk-based Maintenance Optimization for Transmission Equipment. IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 21, no. 3, (August 2006): 1191-1200.
A team in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering was awarded a Global City Teams Challenge project and is creating a platform that provides cyber/physical attack-defense training for critical infrastructure stakeholders. The National Science Foundation's GCTC allows researchers to create new designs for smart technologies capable of improving cities around the world.