Applications of AI and ML to Energy (microgrids, power systems), Health, and other
J. Hiebel, L.E. Brown, Z. Wang, "Machine Learning for Fine-Grained Hardware Prefetcher
Control" in Proceedings of the 48th International Conference on Parallel Processing
(ICPP), Aug. 2019.
J. Liu, L.E. Brown, "Effect of Forecast Accuracy on Day Ahead Prediction of Five Coincident
Peak Days", in Proceedings of 2019 IEEE Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Asia (ISGT
Asia), May 2019.
Z. Song, L.E. Brown, "Multi-dimensional Evaluation of Temporal Neural Networks on
Solar Irradiance Forecasting”, in Proceedings of 2019 IEEE Innovative Smart Grid Technologies
Asia (ISGT Asia), May 2019.
J. Liu, L.E. Brown, "Prediction of Hour of Coincident Daily Peak Load” in Proceedings
of 2019 IEEE Power Energy Society Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference (ISGT
NA), Feb. 2019.
J. Hiebel, L.E. Brown, Z. Wang, "Constructing Dynamic Policies for Paging Mode Selection”
in Proceedings of the 47th International Conference on Parallel Processing (ICPP), Aug. 2018.
L.E. Brown, A. Feltz, C. Wallace, "Lab Exercises for a Discrete Structures Course:
Exploring Logic and Relational Algebra with Alloy”, in Proceedings of 23rd Annual
Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education (ITiCSE), July
Y. Tang, C.-W. Ten, L.E. Brown, "Switching reconfiguration of fraud detection within
an electrical distribution network”, in Proceedings of Resilience Week (RWS), Sept.
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Explore Computer Science Research Workshop ($18K), Google, Inc., PI (co-PI: Jean Mayo,
Leo Ureel, Linda Ott), 2019-2020.
Explore Computer Science Research Workshop ($35K), Google, Inc., co-PI (PI: Jean Mayo,
co-PI: Leo Ureel, Linda Ott), 2018-2019.
Revolution through Evolution: A Controls Approach to Improve How Society Interacts
with Electricity ($699K), National Science Foundation - NSF, PI (co-PI: Chee-Wooi
Ten, Wayne W. Weaver), 2015-2019. Collaboration with University of New Mexico, Texas
Tech University, University of Tennessee-Knoxville, and Fraunhofer CSE (~$2.5M)
Microdevice for Rapid Blood Typing without Reagents and Hematocrit Determination ($300K),
National Science Foundation - NSF, STTR - Microdevice Engineering Inc., co-PI, 2016-2019.
Adaptive Memory Resource Management in a Data Center - A Transfer Learning Approach
($299K), National Science Foundation - NSF, PI (co-PI: Zhenlin Wang, Steven Carr),
2014-2017. Collaboration with Western Michigan University ($399K)
Distributed Agent-Based Management of Agile Microgrids (~$1M), US Department of Defense
- Army Research Laboratory, co-PI (PI: Gordon Parker, co-PI: Wayne Weaver, Steven