Scientist Profile: David Chassin, PhD/MASc

February 4, 2019 |  

Staff Scientist
GISMo Laboratory
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

PhD/MASc, Mechanical Engineering, University of Victoria
BS, Building Sciences, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Dr. David Chassin leads GISMo R&D on modeling, simulation and analysis of power systems. He managed the development of the DOE’s GridLAB-D simulation system, which is widely used to study smart-grid and renewable energy technology integration in electricity distribution systems. He led the design of the transactive control systems for DOE’s smart-grid demonstrations, and serves on the North American Electricity Reliability Corporation Load Modeling Task Force.

Dr. Chassin can speak and advise on the following technical fields:

  • Demand response and building system performance.
  • Agent-based energy system modeling and simulation.
  • Data-driven distributed energy resource integration.
  • Flexible load-to-grid services.

 


 

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Updated: 2019.02.04

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