ITI faculty member receives NSF CAREER Award


Joseph Park, Illinois ECE

ITI faculty member Subhonmesh Bose has recently been named a recipient of NSF CAREER Awards. The NSF CAREER Award is a prestigious award in support of early-career faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in both research and education.

Subhonmesh Bose

With the NSF CAREER Award, Bose will be working on his project "Risk-Sensitive Market Design for Power Systems: Scalable Learning and Pricing." This proposal aims to make electricity markets meaningfully accommodate such uncertainties in their daily operations from the aggressive integration of renewable resources. By adopting a risk-sensitive design paradigm that strikes a healthy balance, this project will bring transformative change to the market.

Five other Coordinated Science Lab (CSL) and Electrical and Computer Engineering faculty members were also recipients. Read the CSL story here.