Alberto J. Lamadrid L.


Siecha, Colombia

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  1. Summary
  2. Curriculum Vitae
  3. Research
  4. Teaching
  5. Contact


1. Summary

Alberto J. Lamadrid L.

Class of 1961 Associate Professor. Joint appointment Economics, Industrial and Systems Engineering. Integrated Networks for Electricity ("Smart Grid") Cluster, Lehigh University.

Main areas of research: electricity and environmental markets; cyber-physical systems; energy economics; optimization in stochastic, interdependent networks; and resource economics.

Currently working on research examining: strategies for resilient power systems; multi-period stochastic optimization in electrical networks and pricing; adoption of renewable energy sources in energy systems; and the valuation of critical infrastructure assets.

2019-2020 on Sabbatical Leave at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems (LIDS).

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2. Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae:

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3. Research

Publications:


Evaluating the Impact of Infrastructure Interdependencies on the Emergency Services Sector and Critical Support Functions Using an Expert Opinion Survey.

with D. Mitsova, A. Sapat and A.M. Esnard. Journal of Infrastructure Systems, 26 (2), 04020015, 2020. (web) (pdf)

Evaluating the Value of Geographically Differentiated Deferrable Demand for Customers.

with W.Y. Jeon and T.D. Mount. The Energy Journal, 40 (4), 165-190, 2019. (web) (pdf)

Pricing In Non-Convex Markets with Quadratic Deliverability Costs.

with X. Kuang and L.F. Zuluaga. Energy Economics, 80, 123-131, 2019. (web) (pdf)

The Effects of Infrastructure Service Disruptions and Socio-economic Vulnerability on Hurricane Recovery.

with D. Mitsova, M. Escaleras, A. Sapat and A.M. Esnard. Sustainability, 11 (2), 2019. (web) (pdf)

A Heuristic Approach to the Post-disturbance Microgrid Formation Problem.

with K. Sedzro, X. Shi and L.F. Zuluaga. IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, 10 (5), 5574-5586, 2019. (web) (pdf)

Stochastic Optimal Power Flow Under Forecast Errors and Failures in Communication.

with B. Alnajjab, L.V. Snyder, S. Kishore and R.S. Blum. IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, 10 (4), 4128-4137, 2019. (web) (pdf)

Using the MATPOWER Optimal Scheduling Tool to Test Power System Operation Methodologies Under Uncertainty.

with D. Munoz-Alvarez, C.E. Murillo-Sanchez, R.D. Zimmerman, H.(D.) Shin and R.J. Thomas. IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy, 10 (3), 1280-1289, 2019. (web) (pdf)

Stochastic risk-sensitive market integration for renewable energy: Application to ocean wave power plants.

with K. Sedzro, S. Kishore and L.F. Zuluaga. Applied Energy, 229, 474-481, 2018. (web) (pdf)

Pricing Chance Constraints in Electricity Markets.

with X. Kuang, Y. Dvorkin, M. Ortega-Vazquez and L.F. Zuluaga. IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, 33 (4), 4634-4636, 2018. (web) (pdf)

Allocation of Resources using a Microgrid Formation Approach for Resilient Electric Grids.

with K. Sedzro and L.F. Zuluaga. IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, 33 (3), 2633-2643, 2018. (web) (pdf)

Generalized Minimax: A Self-enforcing Pricing Scheme for Load Aggregators.

with K. Sedzro and M.C. Chuah. IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, 9 (3), 1953-1963, 2018. (web) (pdf)

The Economic Value of Transmission Lines and the Implications for Planning Models.

with S. Maneevitjit and T.D. Mount. Energy Economics, 57, 1-15, 2016. (web) (pdf)

A Robust Model for the Ramp-Constrained Economic Dispatch Problem with Uncertain Renewable Energy.

with M.M. Moarefdoost and L.F. Zuluaga. Energy Economics, 56, 310-325, 2016. (web) (pdf)

Optimal use of energy storage systems with renewable energy sources.

International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems, 71 (0), 101-111, 2015. (web) (pdf)

Stochastically Optimized, Carbon-Reducing Dispatch of Storage, Generation, and Loads.

with D.L. Shawhan, C.E. Murillo-Sanchez, R.D. Zimmerman, Y. Zhu, D.J. Tylavsky, A.G. Kindle and Z. Dar. IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, 30 (2), 1064-1075, 2015. (web) (pdf)

Using Deferrable Demand in a Smart Grid to Reduce the Cost of Electricity for Customers.

with W. Jeon, J.Y. Mo and T.D. Mount. Journal of Regulatory Economics, Vol. 47, Issue 3, pp 239-272, June 2015. (web) (pdf)

The Controllability of Real Things: Planning for Wind Integration.

with W. Jeon, J.Y. Mo and T.D. Mount. The Electricity Journal, 28 (1), 19-28, 2015. (web) (pdf)

Is Deferrable Demand an Effective Alternative to Upgrading Transmission Capacity?.

with T.D. Mount, W. Jeon and H. Lu. Journal of Energy Engineering, B4014005, March 12, 2014. (web) (pdf)

Controllable Demand For Electricity Systems With High Wind Penetrations.

with T.D. Mount, R.D. Zimmerman and D. Munoz-Alvarez. USAEE Dialogue, 21, 2013. (web) (pdf)

Shale gas vs. coal: Policy implications from environmental impact comparisons of shale gas, conventional gas, and coal on air, water, and land in the United States.

with S. Jenner. Energy Policy, 53, 442-453, 2013. (web) (pdf)

Ancillary Services in Systems with Penetration of Renewable Energy Sources, The Case of Ramping.

with T.D. Mount. Energy Economics, 34, 1959-1971, 2012. (web) (pdf)

The Hidden System Costs of Wind Generation in a Deregulated Electricity Market.

with T.D. Mount, S. Maneevitjit, R.J. Thomas and R.D. Zimmerman. The Energy Journal, 33 (1), 161-186, 2012. (web) (pdf)

Wine in Your Knapsack.

with J. Conrad and M. Gomez. Journal of Wine Economics, 6 (1), 83-110, 2011. (web) (pdf)

Funding:


Funding sources for my research include the National Science Foundation, EPRI, The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and The Department of Energy.

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4. Teaching

Lehigh University:


Intermediate Microeconomics; Undergraduate.
Lehigh University, Fall 2012-Spring 2019.

Government and Society; MBA.
Lehigh University, Fall 2018.

Electricity Economics; Undergraduate, Masters, PhD.
Lehigh University, Spring 2013, 2014, Fall 2015-2018.

Mathematical Economics; Masters, PhD.
Lehigh University, Fall 2014-2018.

Pre Doctoral:


Alternative Sources of Ancillary Services for Electricity, Guest Lecture.

KTH, June 2011.

Teaching Assistant, Economic Principles I, Professor Marc Lieberman.
New York University, Fall 2004.

Teaching Assistant, Economic Principles II, Professor Dermot Gately.
New York University, Spring 2004.

Teaching Assistant, Economic Principles II, Professor Stefano Eusepi.
New York University, Fall 2003.

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5. Contact

Please contact me with any questions or requests.

RBC 451
621 Taylor Street
Lehigh University
Bethlehem, PA, 18015, U.S.A.

32-566
32 Vassar Street
MIT
Cambridge, MA, 02139, U.S.A.

E-mail: ajlamadrid (at) lehigh (dot) edu, ajlamadrid (at) mit (dot) edu, ajlamadrid (at) ieee (dot) org
Phone: +1 212.496.2492

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