Renewable Energy and Island Sustainability (Smart Campus Energy Lab)


Lab Name and Affiliation

Renewable Energy and Island Sustainability (Smart Campus Energy Lab)

University of Hawaii

Lab Director (or Principal Investigator)

Anthony Kuh is a Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of Hawaii and also director of the Renewable Energy and Island Sustainability (REIS) group. He formerly served as Chair of the EE department.
His research is in the areas of machine learning, adaptive signal processing, energy, and smart grids. He is currently serving as the IEEE Signal Processing Society Regions 1-6 Director at Large, on the Board of Governors of the Asia Pacific Signal and Information Processing Association, and as a senior editor of the IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing Journal. He is a Fellow of the IEEE.

Lab Introduction

The Smart Campus Energy Lab (SCEL) is a research and education lab working on the smart grid and renewable energy integration. Current projects include building wireless sensor networks to monitor the University of Hawaii environment and building a wireless sensor network to monitor the electrical grid. Researchers are also using signal processing and machine learning to forecast renewable energy, determine optimal placement of sensors,and studying distributed estimation models.

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