BS, summa cum laude, in Electrical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, 2014
My research interests focus on microgrids. Microgrids show great promise for allowing customers to manage their own electrical energy needs through increased utilization of distributed renewable energy resources in a manner that is both more sustainable for the environment and capable of providing beneficial support services to the existing grid. Currently, my specific area of focus is on the control of microgrids.
Awards & Honors
Richard K. Mellon Graduate Student Fellow Recipient
K. M. Quick, N. S. Card, S. M. Whaite, J. Mischel, P. Loughlin, and A. P. Batista, "Assessing vibrotactile feedback strategies by controlling a cursor with unstable dynamics.," Conf. Proc. ... Annu. Int. Conf. IEEE Eng. Med. Biol. Soc. IEEE Eng. Med. Biol. Soc. Annu. Conf., vol. 2014, pp. 2589-92, Jan. 2014.